Sunmark Aluminum Cane Round Handle Black 195-9568 - 1 EA

Sunmark Aluminum Cane Round Handle Black 195-9568 - 1 EA
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Sunmark Aluminum Cane Round Handle Black 195-9568 - 1 EA

  • SKU: 851959568
  • UPC: 03870308316
  • Size: 1 EA
  • Manufacturer: CYPRESS MEDICAL PRODUCTS

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250 lb weight capacity. Limited warranty.

Proper Adjustment: Place the cane at the user's side while the user is standing upright. Adjust the cane length by loosening the knurled collar, then depressing the spring button on the side of the cane and sliding the cane segments in or out. The cane is properly adjusted for the user's height when the handle is located where the user's wrist bends naturally when the arm is comfortably placed at the side. Engage the spring button in the hole that accommodates the user's height. Re-tighten the knurled collar. Proper use: Use only as directed by a health care provider. To provide a safe tripod stance, canes are commonly used on the strong side, or opposite the injured extremity. Keep wrists straight when using a cane. When going upstairs, first position the uninjured foot on the up stair, followed by the cane and then the injured foot. When going downstairs, position the cane on the down stair first, followed by the injured foot. Cleaning: Clean the grips with a mild soap, detergent or household cleaner. Do not use an organic solvent (such as acetone, MEK, lacquer thinner, lighter fluid, dry cleaning fluid, gasoline or turpentine) that may dissolve the plastic and cause the grip to loosen.

FOR USER TO READ BEFORE USE! For maximum safety these precautions must be taken when using this product. BEFORE EACH USE MAKE SURE: 1. Length must be correctly adjusted to user's height. 2. Spring button must be engaged and collar tightened. 3. Check that tips are not worn. 4. The cane handle should be fully inserted into the handgrip. 5. Do not use if the user's weight is over 250 lbs or if user has any handicaps and/or disabilities or is taking any medication, etc that a doctor, therapist and/or seller believes could cause interference with the safe use of the product. 6. Do not use if there are any loose components, rattles, cracks, dents or other uncustomary characteristics in the metal, plastic, etc. 7. Do not subject the cane to sudden impact or jerks. Review all of the above before each use. Use the utmost care when using a cane. Watch out for potential safety hazards including, but not limited to, slippery, uneven or soft surfaces and objects in your path. FAILURE TO FOLLOW THE ABOVE INSTRUCTIONS MAY RESULT IN SERIOUS INJURY.