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Dr. Jan Charvát, MD, PhD
Clinical Evaluation Final Report
Dr. Jan Charvát, MD, PhD
  • Specialist in pediatric orthopedics
  • Member of EPOS (European Pediatric Orthopedic Society)
  • Member of AACPDM (American Academy for Cerebral Palsy & Developmental Medicine)
  • Secretary of Pediatric Orthopedic Society of the Czech Society for Orthopedics and Traumatology
  • 23 years of medical practice

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Excerpt from the Conclusions of the Clinical Evaluation:
  • Corrective abduction orthopedic bandages show a significant therapeutic effect on developing hip joints in infants
  • I think that the market has finally provided pediatric orthopedists with a simple yet effective therapeutic aid for a significant percentage of the infant population
  • There were no signs of any complications or adverse effects preventing or limiting the possibility of the application and use of the corrective abduction bandage
  • No hygienic safety related problems were observed
  • This abduction bandage provides stable therapeutic potential
  • This abduction bandage can evidently replace the Frejka pillow
  • It can of course also fulfil a preventive function and provides an aid that has been missing on the market
Dr. Vladislav Mrzena, MD, PhD
Expert Evaluation of Infant Pants
Dr. Vladislav Mrzena, MD, PhD
  • Pediatric and Adult Orthopedic Department at Motol University Hospital
Excerpt from the Expert Evaluation:
  • In order to ensure correct hip joint development, we recommend appropriate abduction positioning in early infancy even when clinical and ultrasound findings are quite favorable. Cotton pants with an additional PU-pad fully meet the requirements for abduction wrapping...
Dr. David Pellar, MD
Final Report on the Clinical Evaluation of a Medical Device
Dr. David Pellar, MD
  • Department of Orthopedic Surgery at University Hospital Hradec Králové
Excerpt from the Final Report:
  • The evaluated medical device is used both for therapeutic purposes and as a preventive orthopedic aid for newborns in the first 3 months of life fully replacing the former preventive system of wide wrapping using 3 cloth diapers to prevent the development of congenital hip dysplasia
  • The evaluator considers the evaluated medical device to be safe for both the users and third parties
  • The medical device is suitable for clinical use in the Czech Republic


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