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Cellacare® Clavicula

Shoulder Brace for Clavicle Fractures

Fields of application

  • conservative treatment of clavicle fractures by means of immobilization and extension


  • quick and easy application and fitting by means of three individually adjustable hook-and-loop fasteners on the back
  • The straps as well as the strap anchoring panel in the back are softly padded.
  • skin-friendly
  • colour: white

To note

  • machine wash at 30°C, do not iron, do not bleach, do not tumble dry, do not dry clean
  • close hook-and-loop fasteners before washing

Supporting fractures — the figure-of-eight bandaging technique

The Cellacare Clavicula is a ready-to-use support which functions according to the principle of the figure-of-eight bandage. It is used for posttraumatic or postoperative immobilization of the shoulder and upper arm.

Soft, but stable

The support is quick and easy to put on and fit thanks to the three buckles and flat hook-and-loop fasteners. This ready-to-use support is appealing because of its soft padded straps and strap anchoring panel on the back and the skin-friendly materials, which ensure high wearing comfort for the patient.

Measure shoulder width.

Product composition

cotton, polyurethane, wool, viscose, polyamide.

Ordering information

Cellacare® Clavicula

individually packed in a folding box
SizeShoulder Width (cm)REFShipping Units (pcs.)Weight in kg (SC/TC)
018 - 25224201/540.14/7.70
25 - 33224211/54
33 - 40224221/540.19/11.75
340- 50224231/540.23/13.80
450 - 60224241/540.26/14.50

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