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Introduction What is a finger splint? A finger splint is a medical devise that consists of a flat, padded, moldable, aluminum stick. It is to be ben...
1) Tape (whatever you have on hand), 2) Gift card (whatever you have on hand, preferably one that is empty). 3) Cotton, gauze or some sort of padding...
Cut two pieces of tape long enough to wrap around the finger and splint at least 1½ times. Warning Remember to consult with your doctor as soon as y...
Warning Remember to consult with your doctor as soon as you can.
Put the cotton, gauze or some sort of padding between the finger and the splint. Warning Remember to consult with your doctor as soon as you can.
Put the card around the padded finger. Warning Remember to consult with your doctor as soon as you can.
Wrap the tape around the finger and card in 2 places. Note: The Tape should not be wrapped too tightly, otherwise your finger will become numb. If ...
Observations 1) This can be used on any finger. 2) The padding is important to prevent chafing and blistering. 3) This is a temporary splint. 4) Y...
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