THE VETERINARY SAM SPLINT IS STRONGER AND MORE DURABLE FOR ANIMALS
The Veterinary SAM Splint
The Veterinary SAM Splint is a lightweight, flexible splint. The Veterinary SAM Splint is built from a thin core of aluminum alloy, sandwiched between two layers of closed-cell foam. The aluminum core in the veterinary version is twice as thick as in the regular SAM Splint. 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 Who Uses the SAM Splint?
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
Lightweight and compact
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
Aluminum core is twice as thick as regular SAM Splint
Ski patrols wilderness rescue teams
Outdoor adventurers boaters
Made in USA
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.