Made with the softest silicone, Iceross Dermo cushions the limb while actively caring for the skin. Ideal solution for people with vascular problems or sensitive skin. Iceross Dermo features horizontal waves designed for easier flexion at the knee, Iceross Dermo Conical also features vertical waves intended to reduce pressure at the wider, proximal end and help pr event the edges fr om rolling down.
A premium suspension liner that provides superb softness, gentle skin contact and unique Active Skin Care ingredients. The combination of DermoGel® silicone with an ultra-strong and elastic Supplex® fabric cover offers excellent durability and an intimate fit. Ossur recommends that Iceross Dermo Liner with Wave is used
Skeo Skinguard (TF/AK)
The 6Y85 liner with antibacterial protection is suitable for transfemoral amputees with a low to moderate activity level.
- High transverse elasticity adapts to the shape of the residual limb
- Integrated interior textile matrix prevents elongation and pistoning for superior safety and control
- Textured silky, skin-friendly interior enhances the connection and reduces friction between the liner and skin, especially in the area of the perineum
- Proprietary textile cover for easier on/off donning and doffing
- Antibacterial particles embedded in the liner material of the 6Y85 control odor caused by bacteria
- 6Y80 available in the U.S. only by special order
- For above-knee amputees with low to moderate activity levels
- For locking/lanyard systems
Skeo Skinguard (TT/BK)
- The antibacterial particles prevent bacteria from multiplying and protect the silicone material
- Controls odor caused by bacteria for improved hygiene
- In accordance with the specifications of the JIS Z 2801 standard, an independent laboratory proved that the antibacterial additive causes a reduction up to 99.9% in bacteria colonies of Staphylococcus aureus (gram-positive) and Escherichia coli (gram-negative)
- The natural skin flora is not influenced by the antibacterial additive
- Custom liners available to fit limbs outside the common size range
- The special textile cover facilitates donning and doffing of the liner
The suspension method is the way in which the prosthesis is connected to your body and there are many options depending on residual limb type and patient preference. Suspension is a very important part of the prosthesis as it is how the patient interacts with the prosthesis, if the suspension method doesn’t feel right then a patient will be less likely to wear a prosthesis. Thus, an evaluation is done to determine which method will theoretically be the best for the patient, but ultimately it is up to the patient to find what feels most natural to them. Many things need to be considered when deciding on a suspension method, such as activity level and age. The prosthesis and suspension method should be able to adapt to the patient’s daily and leisure activities.