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Halo-femoral traction device

Summary Information: Halo-femoral traction device

Halo-femoral traction device: A halo-femoral traction device is a medical device used to apply traction to the entire spine. A head halo with points that penetrate the skin and make contact with the skull fits around the head circumference while connected to unilateral or bilateral femoral pins. The device is anchored to weights to provide traction.

Diseases Related To Medical Device: Halo-femoral traction device

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Other Names For Halo-femoral traction device

  • Halofemoral traction brace

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