Clavicle brace with padded, adjustable-length shoulder straps that are shaped to reduce discomfort under the arms to the maximum possible extent.
|Chest circumference (cm)||52 - 58||59 - 64|
Injuries to children in pre-school and school age are relatively common. Children are very lively and active
and it is not easy to watch over them. Fractures and sprains are very common injuries among children. Typical fractures in children affect the wrist, fingers and clavicle. In school children, the most prevalent fractures are those of the upper extremities, followed by
ankle sprains and damage to the soft parts of the knee joint. Panop braces offer a wide range of paediatric braces that are intended for kids,
considering their further growth