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Category: Lower Extremity Amputation

Seattle Child's Play (Model Slf132)

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Seattle Child's Play is a lightweight, energy storing prosthetic foot for children who are a below ankle amputee. It is designed to reflect the natural appearance of a child's maturing foor. It also offers the low shock resilience of the Delrin II keel to young, growing amputees. This prosthetic meets the requirements for young amputees of all activity levels and is appropriate for use by unilateral and bilateral lower limb extremity amputees, Syme level and higher. DIMENSIONS: Available in sizes 13 - 21 centimeters or 5-1/8 to 8.25 inches (US sizes 6-12 and 1-2). Heel rise ranges from 0.25 inch to 0.5 inch depending on size. Minimum clearance required is 1.6 inches. CAPACITY: Body weight range is 30 to 144 pounds. WEIGHT: Approximately 164 grams for 18 centimeter foot.

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as of: 
01/17/2001
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Trulife
Trulife Organization Type: 
Manufacturer
(formerly Seattle Limb Systems)
Address: 
26296 Twelve Trees Lane NW, Building 1
98370 Poulsbo , WA United States
Email address: info@trulife.us
Phone: 888-878-1238
Fax: 888-878-1237 or 360-697-5876
Washington US
Phone (U.S. and Canada): 
360-697-5656
Web Address: 
http://www.trulife.com
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