Effectively prevent further damage to fractures and similar injuries
Splints keep injured body parts immobile while still allowing some flexibility for proper healing. Designed to accommodate the swelling that develops after injury, splints are used to replace casts, or for protecting soft tissue injuries, severe sprains, and small fractures. Unlike casts, which stay in place until removal, splints can be removed by the patient. Seton offers you various Splints to help ensure that your facility has the proper supplies for dealing with workplace injuries.
Splints are designed in various types to support different kinds of injury. Thumb-fracture splints are made to fit around the thumb, wrist and hand. Finger splints are constructed with foam and metal, and are made for bending over the tip of the finger. Forearm splints are constructed with hard plastic and metal rods, and are designed to be straight and less flexible. Certain types of ankle splints can be fitted with fiberglass. Choose the best Splints to suit your needs from Seton’s selection today.