DonJoy Telescoping Cool IROM ® Post-Operative Knee Brace Information
The Telescoping Cool IROM® is one of DonJoy's premier post-op brace. Easily sized and easy application for difficult to fit patients. The IROM is the industry standard providing precise range-of-motion control in 10 degree increments.
For warmer climates, the Cool IROM® provides immobilization and precise range-of-motion control for ACL, PCL, MCL, and LCL surgeries.
The telescoping bars allow the brace to fit a variety of patients. The brace length adjusts with the push of a button-no tools are required. The buckles allow for fast and easy strapping. The brace can extend to the ankle to help prevent migration.
- New Telescoping bar
- Precise range of motion control
- Easily size and custom fit the brace to the patient
- Buckles allow for fast and easy strapping
- Brace can extend to ankle with ankle stirrup to help prevent migration
- Available with full-circumference shells for added stiffness and tissue containment
- The brace length adjusts with the push of a button
The Telescoping Cool IROM® is indicated for ligament and fracture-related surgeries and when controlled range of motion is needed.
- Adjustable Immobilization
- Option instead of cast immobilization
- Decrease anti-inflammatory medications
- Decrease pain symptoms
- Improve joint recovery
- Improve surgery success
This brace is rated Level IV
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|Standard: < 26" (<66cm) Thigh Girth|
For warmer climates, the Cool IROM provides immobilization and precise range of motion control for ACL, PCL, MCL, and LCL surgeries. Provides 10 degree incremental settings from 0-120 degrees flexion and extension range of motion control.
The IROM Hinge allows easy flexion and extension control.
The IROM is a Universal size brace. It comes with either standard size foam or Extra Large foam for legs with 26"-32" Girth(66-81cm).
The brace is available with full-circumference shells for added stiffness and tissue containment.
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The femur, or thigh bone, is the longest bone in the human body. At the bottom of the shaft, the bone widens at the point where it articulates with the lower leg bone (the tibia).
The medial and lateral epicondyles are the part of the femur that sit on top of the tibia.
HCPCS Code: L1832
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