General Purpose Liner
ALPS GP prosthetic liner is made of Grip Gel that ensures optimum adhesion and comfortably conforms to the shape of the residual limb.
It is recommended for patients with low activity levels and good skin conditions; it is also indicated for irregularly shaped residual limbs and those with bony protuberances.
The General Purpose liner contains the softness, strength, and cushioning of our Grip Gel, relieving the residual limb from the stress generated by vertical and shear forces The superior elongation of this prosthetic liner means that blood flow is not restricted and it allows the liner to delicately conform to the shape of the residual limb. It is easily donned even by geriatric patients or those with reduced manual dexterity.
Delicately conforms to the shape of the residual limb and does not restrict blood flow
Easy to don also for patients with reduced manual dexterity
Protects the residual limb thanks to the high capacity of the Grip Gel to absorb vertical and shear forces
Safe suspension of the prosthesis due to the superior adhesive properties of the Grip Gel
General Purpose Liner GPDT/GPFR. Sizing chart
Measure the circumference of the stump at 6 cm above the distal end.
|MEASURED SIZE (CM)||LOCKING 3MM or 6MM UNIFORM||CUSHION 3MM or 6MM UNIFORM|
|16-19 cm||GPDT16-(3 or 6)||GPFR16-(3 or 6)|
|20-23 cm||GPDT20-(3 or 6)||GPFR20-(3 or 6)|
|24-25 cm||GPDT24-(3 or 6)||GPFR24-(3 or 6)|
|26-27 cm||GPDT26-(3 or 6)||GPRF26-(3 or 6)|
|28-31 cm||GPDT28-(3 or 6)||GPRF28-(3 or 6)|
|32-37 cm||GPDT32-(3 or 6)||GPFR32-(3 or 6)|
|38-43 cm||GPDT38-(3 or 6)||GPFR38-(3 or 6)|
|44-53 cm||GPDT44-(3 or 6)||GPFR44-(3 or 6)|
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