ALPS PSI prosthetic liner features a proximal EasyGel portion which seals onto the sleeve for an improved suspension.
It contains an antioxidant , an effective scavenger of free radicals and hydroxyl groups, with beneficial effects on the skin.
It is recommended for transtibial patients with low and medium activity levels and sensitive skin.
The PSI liner improves suspension by sealing onto the sleeves of a transtibial prosthesis.
The EasyGel provides comfort and durability, relieving the skin from the stress created by vertical and shear forces.
The antioxidant contained in the gel has beneficial effects on the skin.
The PSI liner can be used in conjunction with current valve suction or vacuum systems being used on the market today.
Indicated for delicate skin and diabetic patients thanks to the antioxidants contained in the gel
Protects the residual limb thanks to the high capacity of the EasyGel to absorb vertical and shear forces
Further relieves the skin from stress generated by shear forces thanks to its low coefficient of static friction
The proximal area with no fabric cover seals onto the sleeve to create a secure suspension
Proximal Seal Interface Liner PSI . Sizing chart
Measure the circumference of the stump at 6 cm above the distal end.
|MEASURED SIZE (CM)||CUSHION 6MM UNIFORM or 6/3 MM TAPERED|
|16-19 cm||PSI16-(6 or 6/3)|
|20-23 cm||PSI20-(6 or 6/3)|
|24-25 cm||PSI24-(6 or 6/3)|
|26-27 cm||PSI26-(6 or 6/3)|
|28-31 cm||PSI28-(6 or 6/3)|
|32-37 cm||PSI32-(6 or 6/3)|
|38-43 cm||PSI38-(6 or 6/3)|
|44-53 cm||PSI44-(6 or 6/3)|
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