Relative Motion Splint Use for Flexor Tendon Repair Rehabilitation compared to a Dorsal Blocking Splint

Brief description of study

To compare how well patients regain function of their hand after flexor tendon repair using one of two types of splints that would immobilize the hand and protect the repair of tendons. The study will examine whether one type of splint has a better outcome than the other during the patient's rehabilitation. "Relative motion flexion splint" and "Dorsal Blocking Splint" describe the 2 types of protective splints that will be fitted for the arm after surgery.


Clinical Study Identifier: s17-01836


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