17 Mar, 2018

ActivArmor: customized protection and exposure of wounds, incisions and post-surgical hardware for observation and treatment

17 Mar, 2018

ActivArmor's custom design gives physicians the ability to expose and/or protect skin lacerations/ulcers, incisions and post surgical hardware. Specified areas, custom to each patient, can be identified for exposure or off-set protection, for truly personalized medicine.

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17 Mar, 2018

ActivArmor and Edema (Swelling)

17 Mar, 2018

ActivArmor devices are custom fit to the millimeter of the patient's body image scan for a comfortable fit and proper immobilization. But it can be bi-valved with spacers to accommodate future swelling.

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17 Mar, 2018

Casting and Splinting for Patients with Diabetes

17 Mar, 2018

Diabetic patients often have skin conditions that require a hygienic, breathable, custom alternative to traditional casting and splinting.

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How much does ActivArmor Cost?

ActivArmor costs the same amount as traditional thermoplastic custom splints, and is covered by insurance.

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17 Mar, 2018

ActivArmor Clinical Flow Process

17 Mar, 2018

ActivArmor's revolutionary digital casting/splinting process takes the time consuming, custom-fitting work out of the clinic, improving patient through-put and billing opportunities throughout the healing phases.

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03 Mar, 2018

But what about that turnaround time??

03 Mar, 2018

Medical devices like splints have to be manufactured in an FDA registered medical device manufacturing center... so what does a patient with a broken arm do during the turnaround time to the clinic?

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03 Mar, 2018

ActivArmor: Designed for use with Advanced Healing Technologies

03 Mar, 2018

ActivArmor devices are custom designed, and therefore adaptable for use with the latest in high tech healing options like bone and muscle stimulators, ultrasound, NMES and TENS units, and biomonitors.

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21 Feb, 2018

ActivArmor Casting/Splinting Use Cases

21 Feb, 2018

ActivArmor spans the immobilization continuum, and is being used by physicians (like a cast) for both acute injuries like breaks and sprains, and for chronic conditions like Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (as a splint).

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20 Feb, 2018

Casting: Leaving Physicians in the Dark

20 Feb, 2018

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17 Feb, 2018

ActivArmor – A digital solution in an analog market

17 Feb, 2018

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