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MATBOCK Monday – OsteoFX Casting System

The OsteoFX Casting System from MATBOCK is now fully in stock and has been added to the DAPA schedule. We introduced this a few months back, but MATBOCK now has the system fully available in different diameters from 2 inches (pediatric) up to 5 inches, all in various lengths for arms and legs. The cast system is easier to use than current systems, available at the same cost, and reduces some of the risks involved with current technologies. With the roll on method, there is reduced pain to the patient during application as well as the elimination of the risk of over tightening compared to wrapping methods. Additionally, because the system can breathe and dry, there is no reason for recasting in the event of exposure to water such as showering or swimming and these activities are encouraged with the OsteoFX. The material is also radiolucent for an X-rays that may be needed after application.

“We are very excited to bring this product to market, not only for the hospital systems in the rear, but also for the operators in the field. The casting system makes a great splint or brace in the event of a turned ankle and can be made removable in cases with risks of compartmentalization.”

FDA Approved
Easy to apply with less mess
Lightweight and breathable
Water resistant for swimming and showering
Little to no skin issues
Superior radiolucency
Cost effective with reduced application times and reduced waste


4 Responses to “MATBOCK Monday – OsteoFX Casting System”

  1. jon says:

    as a guy who has been in a cast for 5 months or so (broke my leg, didn’t heal had to get a rod installed)…This would be great because having to trashbag my leg to shower sucks. Now, to figure out how to scratch my leg with the cast :)

  2. Dev says:

    No reason to buy any of their products, but fuck me these guys are innovative. Keep up the good work.

    • MATBOCK_CEO says:

      Thanks Dev! We have over 15 new products coming out at Shot Show this year. Thanks again for the support.

  3. Joe says:

    Are these any less of a pain in the ass to cut than the Orthoglass we use in the ER? Orthoglass destroys our trauma shears after a few applications.