Splint - instructions
1. Care for all
2. An injured body part should usually be splinted in the position in which it was found.
3. Find something rigid to use as supports to make the splint such as sticks, boards, or even rolled up newspapers. If none can be found, use a rolled blanket or clothing. An injured body part can also be taped to an uninjured body part in order to prevent it from moving. For example, you can tape an...Read more
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