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Airlite Monolithic Prosthesis (Models Ab1, Ab2, & Ab3)

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The Airlite Monolithic Prosthesis is an endoskeletal below-knee prosthesis designed for use by individuals with lower extremity amputation. This endoskeletal prosthesis is made from a braided carbon fiber material that produces a plastic stronger than steel when combined with resin during the fabrication process. The prosthesis includes a carbon composite ankle block with a fixed ankle (model AB1) or an alignable ankle (models AB2 and AB3). The model AB2 alignable ankle incorporates the same laminating procedure, while allowing for plus or minus 10 degrees of dorsi or plantar flexion by using alignment wedges. The model AB3 alignable ankle allows for dorsi and plantar flexion, inversion and eversion, as well as toe in and toe out. The prosthesis is available as a Starter Kit or components can be purchased separately. Each starter kit includes one ankle block (AB1, AB2, or AB3), one tooling rod, two 30-inch pieces of 5-inch carbon sleeve, one 12-inch piece of 2-inch carbon sleeve, and one 36-inch piece of 3-inch nyglass. WEIGHT: 1.5 to 2 pounds. CAPACITY: Low activity level, 250 pounds; moderate activity level, 220 pounds; and high activity level, 185 pounds.

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as of: 
08/25/2011
Additional Pricing Notes: 

118.95 to 87.95

Airlite Monolithic Prosthesis (Models Ab1, Ab2,  & Ab3)

Made By:

Foresee Orthopedic Products
Foresee Orthopedic Products Organization Type: 
Manufacturer
Address: 
693 Hi Tech Parkway
95361 Oakdale , CA United States
Email address: info@4corthopedic.com
Phone: 800-462-4733
Fax: 209-845-2830
California US
Phone (U.S. and Canada): 
209-845-2930
Web Address: 
http://www.4corthopedic.com
 
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