OA Nano

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OA Nano™

Light as Air

Material science collides with innovation to create high-tech functional comfort in a lightweight design. The flexibility of the magnesium frame allows for an intimate fit while the revolutionary nano MAG material provides strength to off-load and provide pain relief. OA Nano, for mild to moderate knee osteoarthritis (OA), is designed for people to stay active and move freely, making patient compliance a reality.

Revolutionary in weight and profile, OA Nano™ offers industry-leading high-tech comfort and pain relief, ensuring that patients will choose this safe, non-invasive treatment over other options. Patients with knee osteoarthritis today have the opportunity to treat their pain and stabilize their knees with non-invasive, non-addictive treatment options. With the launch of OA Nano™, the world’s lightest* knee brace at 14.2 ounces, OA patients can take advantage of the same technology used by the world class athletes DonJoy is known for treating.

OA Nano is intended for mild to moderate osteoarthritis.

Please call 1-800-336-6569 to find a physician near you.
 

90 Day Test Drive and Ease of Use

90 Day Test Drive

Braces that don’t fit properly can be uncomfortable to wear, slip out of place, or produce excessive pressure that can lead to skin problems and soreness. In many cases, the brace simply doesn’t provide pain relief. DonJoy’s custom and patient-ready OA braces accommodate most people and come with our no-risk Test Drive offer. Satisfaction guaranteed.

Ease-of-Use

The Arthritis Foundation has honored DonJoy knee osteoarthritis braces with its coveted “Ease-of-Use” Commendation after an independent research lab conducted rigorous testing to assure that they met the needs of people with functional limitations due to the effects of arthritis.

*Weight based on L1845 PDAC coded, double-upright rigid knee brace for mild to moderate OA (brace size-medium) **Matthew Nadaud, Richard Komistek et al, 2006 (J Bone Joint Surg AM, 87:114-119, 2005)

 

PDAC Assigned Code: L1845

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Features & Benefits

  • Unlimited Comfort - Malleable magnesium frame allows cuff adjustment and delivers patient compliance
  • Light as Air - Material science collides with innovation to create the world's lightest OA knee brace
  • Stays in Place - Contoured design enhances brace suspension for various levels of activity
  • Dependable Off-Loading - New world material "nano MAGTM" (on the loading side) provides strength when offloading
  • Clincally Proven - DonJoy's AdjusterTM technology off-loads (mechanically shifts weight away from the damaged pare of the knee) a little - or a lot.

Specifications

Ordering Information

Part Number Description
11-1214-x OA Nano, Medial RT
11-1215-x OA Nano, Medial LT
11-1216-x OA Nano, Lateral RT
11-1217-x OA Nano, Lateral LT

Accessories

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Part Number Description
25-6840-x-13000 Strap Replacement Kit
25-6841-x-13000 Strap Pad Replacement Kit
25-6842-x-13000 Liner Replacement Kit, OA Nano, MDL, RT
25-6843-x-13000 Liner Replacement Kit, OA Nano, MDL, LT
25-6844-x-13000 Liner Replacement Kit, OA Nano, LAT, RT
25-6845-x-13000 Liner Replacement Kit, OA Nano, LAT, LT
25-6846-x-13000 Condyle Pad Replacment Kit

 

Education

Prevalence

  • Nearly 27 million U.S. adults age 25 and older have Osteoarthritis (OA), a number expected to increase with longer life expectancies, the obesity epidemic and the approaching wave of 78.2 million baby boomers reaching retirement age
  • Supporting this prediction, nearly one in two people may develop symptomatic knee OA by age 85 and half of all adults will develop symptomatic OA of the knee at some point in their lives
  • By 2030, a projected 67 million people will have doctor-diagnosed arthritis
  • Two of every three obese adults are at risk of developing OA
  • Before age 45, more men than women have osteoarthritis; after age 45, it is more common in women

For more information, visit this National Institute of Arthritis and Musculoskeletal and Skin Diseases webpage.

Signs/Symptoms

Osteoarthritis can remain undetected until a significant portion of joint cartilage has worn away. Signs to look for include, but are not limited to:

  • Joint pain, tenderness, stiffness and locking
  • Joint swelling (bones around the joints may feel larger than normal)
  • Ligaments and muscles around a joint become weaker and stiffer
  • A cracking or grating sound when a joint is moved
  • Limited range of joint motion

For more information, visit this MedlinePlus webpage.

Causes

The exact cause of OA is not yet known but causal factors include, but are not limited to:

  • Natural aging and wear and tear
  • Bleeding disorders that cause bleeding in the joint, such as hemophilia
  • Disorders that block the blood supply near a joint and lead to avascular necrosis
  • Other types of arthritis, such as chronic gout, pseudogout or rheumatoid arthritis
  • OA can develop within 10 years of a major joint injury. For example, a teenager who tears their ACL at age 15 could begin to develop OA as early as age 25 or 30

For more information, visit this MedlinePlus webpage.

Risk Factors

Certain factors that increase the risk of developing OA include, but are not limited to:

  • Heredity
  • Being overweight
  • Joint injury
  • Repeated overuse of certain joints
  • Lack of physical activity
  • Nerve injury
  • Aging

For more information, visit this Arthritis Foundation webpage.

Potential Complications

Other complications may arise from osteoarthritis. They include, but are not limited to:

  • Pain that causes stiffness and loss of movement ability
  • Muscle spasms and contractions in affected tendons
  • Fluid accumulation in the joint
  • Crackling noises in the joint
  • Hard bony enlargements, nodes, or bunions form around the joint

Patient Education

To learn more about osteoarthritis, please visit our Patient Education section of the website. Click here.

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