Includes bibliographical references.
|LC Classifications||RK668 .B38|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 117 p.|
|Number of Pages||117|
|LC Control Number||73149177|
The content of The Splinting Guide is available on our website for free. Product Information & Education Visit our Useful Information & Educate Yourself pages for instructional videos, upcoming splinting workshops, guides for the fabrication of static and dynamic splints and frequently asked questions. Orthotic Intervention for the Hand and Upper Extremity: Splinting Principles and Process MaryLynn A. Jacobs. out of 5 stars Kindle Edition. $ Rehabilitation of the Hand and Upper Extremity, 2-Volume Set E-Book: Expert Consult Terri M. Skirven. out of 5 stars Cited by: Book review Full text access Tooth enamel II—Its composition, properties and fundamental structure: Edited by R. W. Fearnhead and M. V. Stack, John Wright & Sons, Bristol [The Williams & Wilkins Company, Baltimore] , pp. Price $ Learn to make a splint on the go with these detailed step-by-step instructions. When faced with an emergency injury such as a broken leg, a homemade splint can be an appropriate response while Author: Debra Stang.
Periodontal splinting. Article in Journal of Esthetic and Restorative Dentistry 16(5) February with Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Andre Ritter. Book reviewed in this article: An Outline of Oral Surjury. Part I AND II, by H. C. Killey, G. R. Seward and L. W. Kay. Fractures of The Mandible, 2nd edition, by H. C. Killey. Temporary and Semipermanent Splinting. An Atlas of Clinical Procedures, by A. Baumhammers. Fractures of The Middle Third of The Facial Skeleton, 2nd edition, by H. C. Killey. A splint is defined as “a rigid or flexible device that maintains in position a displaced or movable part; also used to keep in place and protect an injured part” or as “a rigid or flexible material used to protect, immobilize, or restrict motion in a part.” Splints can be used for injuries that are not severe enough to immobilize the entire injured structure of the body. For instance Specialty: Orthopedics. Principles of Casting and Splinting ANNE S. BOYD, MD, University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine, Pittsburgh, Splinting is the preferred method of fracture immobilization in theFile Size: KB.
1. Author(s): Baumhammers,A(Andrejs) Title(s): Temporary and semipermanent splinting; an atlas of clinical procedures. Country of Publication: United States Publisher. Pages (July ) Download full issue. Previous vol/issue. Next vol/issue. Actions for selected articles. Select all / Deselect all. Download PDFs Export citations. Show all article previews Show all article previews. select article Symposium on complications of . 7 Essential steps for Emergency Splinting. 9th July How to create an emergency splint after fractures, broken bones or dislocation. Should someone in your company break, fracture or dislocate a bone, and adequate splinting gear is unavailable, you will need to create a temporary splint to immobilise the affected area. A splint will give. This new resource instructs students and clinicians in splint fabrication techniques and related interventions for the upper extremity, and highlights anatomical and biomechanical principles specifically related to splints. It defines the purpose of splints, and offers associated indications and precautions. Intelligently organized and generously illustrated, each chapter includes 3/5(2).