BID Bird & Cronin Velpeau Shoulder Immobilizer P7483019BID-08140191 Bird & Cronin Velpeau Shoulder Immobilizer Manufacturer Part Number: 08140191Suggested HCPCS: L3670 7483019 610570110780 0.60lbs 0.00 0.00 0.00
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Manufacturer Part Number: 08140191

  • Breathable, cool cotton material
  • Removable foam swathe strap
  • O-Ring on strap for easy adjustment
  • Hook and loop closure
  • Latex Free

Reorder No. Size Waist Strap LengthShoulder Strap Length Suggested Fit
0814 0191X-Small33"35"Child
0814 0192Small36"38"Youth
0814 0193Medium39"45"Medium Adult
0814 0194Large43"48"Adult
0814 0195X-Large50"52"Large Adult
Clamshell Reorder No. Size Waist Strap Length Shoulder Strap Length Suggested Fit
5000 0191X-Small33"35"Child
5000 0192Small36"38"Youth
5000 0193Medium39"45"Medium Adult
5000 0194Large43"48"Adult
5000 0195X-Large50"52"Large Adult

Suggested HCPCS: L3670

Product Warranty

All Bird & Cronin products are warranted against defects found in material and/or workmanship for the useful life of the product when used in accordance with generally accepted medical practices and/or in accordance with instructions from Bird & Cronin. Alteration to, misuse of, or failure to maintain follow directions provided from Bird & Cronin of any product shall void this warranty.
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