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Philadelphia cervical collar

Summary Information: Philadelphia cervical collar

Philadelphia cervical collar: A Philadelphia cervical collar is a molded foam device (Plastazote) that fits firmly around the neck to support the spine and/or reduce mobility of the neck following a cervical spine injury, surgery, or due to a chronic cervical spine condition.

Diseases Related To Medical Device: Philadelphia cervical collar

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Types Of Philadelphia cervical collar

These devices are types of the medical device Philadelphia cervical collar:

Other Names For Philadelphia cervical collar

  • Philadelphia collar
  • Cervical spine traction device
  • Neck traction device
  • Cervical collar
  • Surgical collar

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