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Skeo 3D (TT/BK)

Item #: 6Y78
Locking liner with built in knee flexion and added thickness over bony prominences, with Skinguard antibacterial for reduced odors.

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Anatomically shaped silicone liner with varying wall thickness for comfort and easy flexion:

  • Skinguard antibacterial for reduced odors
  • Geometry comes as close as possible to the residual limb’s natural shape
  • High wall thicknesses protect sensitive areas against pressure and impacts
  • Thin material regions improve flexibility
  • Preflexed so the knee bends easily
  • Textured inner surface improves adhesion and channels moisture away from skin 
  • Distal stabilizing matrix eliminates longitudinal stretching and pistoning 
  • Proprietary textile cover makes it easy to put on and take off
  • Available in three residual limb lengths and nine residual limb circumferences
  • For below-knee amputations 
  • Recommended for use in combination with a shuttle lock system

Two measurements are needed to determine the correct size of the liner:

  • Measure the length from MPT to the end of the residual limb to determine residual limb length.
  • Measure the circumference 40 mm (1 1/2 in) above end of the residual limb to determine residual limb circumference.

Serial number location: Serial number is etched into the cap at the distal end of the liner. Talc powder rubbed on etching may help to read.

Type of Liners TransTibial (TT)
Liner Material Silicone
Antibacterial Yes - Skinguard
Suspension Method Locking/Lanyard
Covering Full Textile
Shape Preflexed
Anti-Pistoning Matrix Yes
Sizes 6Y78=180X125

Liners - Instructions for Use

Instructions for Use: 647G380 (EN/DE/FR/IT/ES/PT/NL/SV/DA/NO/FI/PL/HU/CS/RO/HR/SL/SK/BG/TR/EL/RU/JA/ZH/KO)

Published Date: March 1, 2018

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