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Point Partial Features

One-handed positioning

Low weight, high strength

Anatomical flexion and rotation around the PIP joint

150 lb load rating

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Our Partial Finger Prosthesis Solution

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The Point Partial is a heavy-duty, passive articulating prosthetic finger designed to be both lightweight and strong, using a novel ratcheting mechanism to lock into 7 unique positions of flexion. The Point Partial was designed to meet the needs of individuals with partial finger loss.

Point Designs' prosthetic fingers are designed for patients with finger loss who require a durable device and the ability for one-handed operation and various levels of flexion. The prosthesis is made of titanium and stainless steel, and comes with all necessary hardware for integration into a prosthetic socket.

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Our partial finger prosthesis is designed for people who have lost one or more partial fingers at or near the proximal interphalangeal (PIP) joint. The Point Partial empowers people with partial finger amputation by giving them more mobility, function, and independence.

The Point Partial is made from semi-hollow high-strength metal, which guarantees a high strength to weight ratio. Thanks to its ratcheting mechanism and linkage bars, it can be locked into various levels of flexion. Also, the device can be adjusted with the simple touch of a button or by using the spring-loaded release mechanism. 

The main features of the Point Partial include:

  • 3 standard lengths (45, 50, and 55 mm measured from the end of the residual digit to fingertip)
  • 7 locking levels of flexion
  • Fast delivery (2 days)
  • 150 lb (68 kg) load capacity
  • Integrated compliant fingertip pads that are touch screen compatible and field replaceable
  • Patented ratcheting mechanism enabling unilateral operation with auto spring back 
  • Designed for people who have lost one or more partial fingers at or near the PIP joint.
  • The only prosthetic finger with anatomical rotation about the patient’s MCP or PIP joint

 

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To operate the Point Partial, the user positions the finger into one of the locking levels of flexion by pushing the dorsal side against an opposing surface (e.g., table, thigh, etc.). The device locks into place automatically, enabling the individual to perform their desired task.

There are two methods to extend the digit: 

        1) by pressing the button on the dorsal side of the finger

        2) by fully flexing the finger to engage the auto spring back feature (single-handed use)

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Mounting Kit

Each finger fitting requires 1 mounting bracket

Lamination spacers and mounting hardware included

Alignment tools included

Allows dynamic fitting between fingers

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How much does the Point Partial cost?

Please contact us with questions related to pricing, coding, and billing. We work with patients and their care teams to provide reimbursement support.

We offer a 12-month limited warranty for defects in workmanship and/or material.

Warranty extended to 24 months if Point Designs Fabrication is used.

Contact us to find out more about the partial hand prosthetic options that we offer. Our team of experts is ready to serve you.