Vet Splint

Vet Splint

THE VETERINARY SAM SPLINT IS STRONG AND DURABLE FOR ANIMALS

The Veterinary SAM Splint

The Veterinary SAM Splint is a lightweight, flexible splint. The Veterinary SAM Splint is built from a core of aluminum alloy, sandwiched between two layers of closed-cell foam. The Veterinary SAM Splint is extremely pliable. Bent into any of three simple curves, it becomes extremely strong and supportive for any fractured or injured limb.

The SAM Splint is based on an ancient construction principle: curves are strong

SAM stands for structural, aluminum, and malleable. The splint is exceptionally pliable and when bent into a simple curve, it becomes strong and supportive for any fractured or injured limb. The splint is extremely moldable, and soft enough to cut with ordinary household scissors.

Use of the SAM Splint in veterinary medicine

The Veterinary SAM Splint is a radiolucent immobilization device, well accepted for use in humans and has been carefully evaluated and improved to meet the unique requirements of veterinary medicine.

Benefits and Features

  • Waterproof
  • Reusable
  • Lightweight and compact
  • Radiolucent
  • Fastens in place with tape or wrap of choice, no extra equipment needed
  • Not affected by extreme temperatures or altitudes
  • Closed cell, impermeable foam allows for easy cleaning and disinfection
  • Compact size
  • Latex Free

Who Uses the SAM Splint?

  • Veterinarians
  • EMS Personnel
  • Military Medics
  • Athletic trainers
  • Ski patrols wilderness rescue teams
  • Outdoor adventurers boaters
  • Safety engineers

Made in USA

CE Approved

 

ISO 13485:2003

US Patent 3,943,923; 4,676,233
China Patent 12669

The colors orange and blue for orthopedic splints are registered trademarks of SAM Medical Products; US Trademark Registration No. 3,720,814.

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Vet Splint

TECHNICAL DATA

Standard: 4.25″ × 36″; 4 oz.; roll

Discussion

  1. Lisa  July 26, 2013

    How can I purchase this product “Sam Splint” for my dog. I’m not a vet, but I need something like this to help him

    Thanks,
    Lisa

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    • Tanya Stricker  July 29, 2013

      Hi,
      You can purchase the SAM Splint through multiple web sites, including Amazon, Rescue Essentials, and many, many more! In addition, REI and other outdoor stores carry our splints. The vet splint may also be purchased through Jorgensen Vet: http://www.jorvet.com/

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    • Lisa  July 29, 2013

      I’ve managed to purchase some sam’s splint materials. I now need a video on splinting or on the different types of splints for a dog’s leg. Where can I view something like that? I’ve already checked out youtube, and they had one video of a dog getting a broken foot splinted using samsplint materials, but I’d like to see how to do a dog’s leg. If you have a video like that available for viewing, that would be great.

      Thanks!

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      • Tanya Stricker  August 5, 2013

        Hi Lisa,
        I think you’ll find this video very helpful: http://ebdatube.com/watch_video.php?v=A8H9SS2A1GA7
        Make sure you bend the splint into a c-curve, that’s how they get their strength!

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      • Linda  October 14, 2013

        Go to you-tube and type in how to splint a dog’s foot and there is a guy that uses this product to splint his dog’s foot. Check it out if you need help to use this product.

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        • Sindi scheinberg  December 5, 2014

          Hi Linda,

          My name is Sindi and I am the new Director of Marketing for SAM Medical. I found this as I am looking through past history and I just wanted to let you know wonderful this video is. And to check up on Duke and see how he’s doing.

          Thanks so much for sending this to us!!!

          Have a great day,

          Sindi

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