Gutter Finger Splint AZ-SFSS-01

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Gutter Finger Splint

A specialized medical device designed to provide support and immobilization for specific finger injuries, particularly those affecting the sides of the finger or multiple digits. The term “gutter” refers to the trough or channel-like shape of the splint, which is designed to cradle the injured finger or fingers. Gutter Finger Splints are commonly used in emergency care, clinics, or rehabilitation settings, offering a targeted and anatomically shaped solution for supporting and immobilizing specific finger injuries. The design aims to provide stability while accommodating the unique characteristics of injuries affecting the sides of the fingers.


  1. Material: Typically made from materials like aluminum, plastic, or foam to provide a combination of stability and comfort.
  2. Trough Design: Features a trough or channel-like structure that runs along the sides of the injured finger or fingers, creating a supportive and immobilizing enclosure.
  3. Malleability: Many broken finger brace are malleable, allowing for easy shaping to fit the specific contours of the injured fingers.
  4. Secure Fastening: Equipped with straps, hook-and-loop closures, or other fastening mechanisms to securely hold the splint in place on the affected finger or fingers.
  5. Versatility: Suitable for various finger injuries, such as fractures, sprains, or ligament injuries, providing effective support for immobilization.
  6. Adjustability: Some models may be adjustable to accommodate variations in finger sizes or to allow for changes in swelling.
  7. Comfortable Padding: Includes padding to enhance patient comfort during wear and reduce pressure points.


Product Name
Gutter Finger Splint
Aluminum and foam
2” 3” 4”
Blue Black or customization
PE bag
Accept Customized
First aid rescue for fracture

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