This cardboard splint is 18" in length and is tapered to fit more the victims are better. Immobilization of a broken bone with a splint should be done as soon as possible to prevent further damage or complications. Cardboard splints are an inexpensive versatile splint to work with. Keeping broken bones stable will also provide comfort for the patient. Secure splint with duct tape, first aid tape, gauze roll, triangular bandage, etc. Secure above and below the fracture.
Consider ice packs for swelling. Do not apply cold packs or ice directly to the skin. Insulate with a gauze dressing first.
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