This video shows how to apply a modified shoulder splint correctly. When done properly, the splint immobilizes fractures of the upper arm.
This demonstration shows how to apply a basic forearm circular cast. It is usually applied after realigning a forearm (distal radius) fracture to maintain its position.
This demonstration shows the step-by-step application of an extension block splint. It immobilizes certain finger fractures (ie, proximal phalanx and middle phalanx fractures).
This demonstration details how to apply an above elbow circular cast. This cast is applied after realigning a forearm fracture to maintain its position and prevent forearm rotation.
This video explains how to apply an ulnar gutter splint correctly. This splint immobilizes fractures of the metacarpals (hand bones) on the hand's side near the little finger (ulnar).
In this video, the correct application of a thumb spica is demonstrated. It is indicated for fractures involving the thumb (eg, Bennett's fracture) and injuries to thumb ligaments.