Fracture splint Splint you use for immobilization. Immobilization involves splitting sprained and damaged body parts so that they become fixed. Splint fracture splint is a good aid when someone suffers injuries to the wrist, forearm, elbow, foot, ankle and lower leg and is easy to use.
The material consists of a padded aluminum rail that provides comfortable support and reduces pain for the injured person. The fracture rail weighs little, takes up little space, can withstand water and extreme temperatures and can be used many times. The splinter can also transmit X-rays.
If you need to adjust the size, you can shorten the fracture splint with a standard pair of scissors. Use the splint together with an elastic wrap, which you wrap around the splint and the damaged body part.