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O R T H O PA E D I C, I M M O B I L I Z AT I O N, TECHNIQUES. A S T E P B Y S T E P G U I D E F O R C A S T I N G A N D S P L I N T I N G. S a m u e l A B r o w n MS OTC, F r a n k E R a d j a OTC. SAGAMORE, P U B L I S H I N G, More about this book http www sagamorepub com products orthopaedic immobilization techniques src lipdf. 2015 Sagamore Publishing LLC,All rights reserved . Publishers Joseph J Bannon and Peter L Bannon, Director of Sales and Marketing William A Anderson.
Sales Manager Misti Gilles, Director of Development and Production Susan M Davis. Technology Manager Keith Hardyman,Production Coordinator Amy S Dagit. Interior and Cover Designer Julie Schechter,Library of Congress Control Number 2014950924. ISBN print edition 978 1 57167 742 6,ISBN ebook 978 1 57167 743 3. Printed in the United States,SAGAMORE,P U B L I S H I N G.
1807 N Federal Dr ,Urbana IL 61801,www sagamorepublishing com. More about this book http www sagamorepub com products orthopaedic immobilization techniques src lipdf. This publication is made possible by a partnership. between the National Association of Orthopaedic, Technologists and BSN Medical Inc . a l A ssociati, t ion o, no, Na, f, Ort, op s, ist. aedi l og, h, c Techno, More about this book http www sagamorepub com products orthopaedic immobilization techniques src lipdf. Authors,Samuel A Brown MS OTC, Director Of Orthopaedic Technology Contributing Authors.
Southern Crescent Technical College, Sean B Conkle OTC. Frank E Radja OTC President, University of Illinois at Chicago National Association of Orthopeadic Technologists. Steven M Kane MD Cynthia R Henderson OTC BOCO CO, Chairman Atlanta Medical Center Viscent Orthopedic Solutions. Orthopaedic Surgery Residency Program,Atlanta Medical Center. Robyn Lynn Masseth OTC, Fargo VA Medical Center, Evan Siegall MD Nicole T Williams MBA NCQA PCMH CCE OTC.
Atlanta Medical Center, Vice President, Orthopaedic Surgeon National Association of Orthopaedic Technologists. SCL Physicians,Ken Wright DA ATC,Professor Carl Lindsey OTC. The University of Alabama BSN Medical Inc , Clinical National Trainer Fracture Management. Medical Editors, Prof Benson Bradley MBA CST SA Timothy J Henderson MD FAAOS. Department Chair Allied Health Academic Affairs Gotham City Orthopedics. Director Surgical Technology Central Sterile New York New York. Supply, Southern Crescent Technical College Clarence T Millikin PA C.
Griffin Georgia Physician Assistant Orthopaedic Surgery Certified. University Orthopaedic Clinic,John F Dalton IV MD Atlanta Georgia. Georgia Hand Shoulder Elbow,Atlanta Georgia,Ched Garten MD. Primary Care Sports Medicine,Myers Sports Medicine Orthopaedic Center. Atlanta Georgia, More about this book http www sagamorepub com products orthopaedic immobilization techniques src lipdf. iv, Contents, Authors iv, Medical Editors iv, Disclaimer vii.
Acknowledgments viii, Preface ix, Chapter One Fundamentals of Casting and Splinting Procedures 1. Educational Objectives 1, Introduction 1, Terminology 1. Injury Assessment 1, Purposes of Splinting 2, Presplinting Procedure 2. Selection of Splint Supplies 2, Splinting Procedure 3. Patient Instructions 4, Purposes of Casting 4, Selection of Cast Supplies 4.
Precasting Procedures 4, Casting Procedure 5, Patient Instructions 6. Cast Removal 7, Specific Cast Cutting Procedures 9. Other Important Considerations 12,Chapter Two Upper Extremity Splints 13. Educational Objectives 13, Introduction 13, Terminology 13. Splinting Techniques 13, Short Arm Volar Fiberglass Splint 14.
Volar Splint Plaster Reusable 16, Thumb Spica Splint 18. Ulnar Gutter Splint 20, Coaptation Splint 24, Forearm Sugar Tong Splint 27. Double Sugar Tong Splint 30, Long Arm Posterior Splint 33. Finger Wrist Flexion Block Splint 36, Finger Wrist Extension Block Splint or the Clam Digger Splint 38. More about this book http www sagamorepub com products orthopaedic immobilization techniques src lipdf. v, Chapter Three Upper Extremity Casts 41, Educational Objectives 41.
Introduction 41, Terminology 41, Cast Techniques 41. Short Arm Cast 42, Long Arm Cast 46, Short Arm Thumb Spica Cast 50. Short Arm Thumb Spica Cast Using Plaster of Paris 53. Boxer s Cast Intrinsic Plus Cast 56, Muenster Cast and Modified Muenster 60. Chapter Four Lower Extremity Splints 65, Educational Objectives 65. Introduction 65, Terminology 65, Splint Techniques 65.
Posterior Splint Short Leg 66, Posterior Splint Long Leg 69. Posterior Splint Short Leg With Stirrups 72, Posterior Splint Short Leg With Stirrups Using Plaster of Paris 76. Chapter Five Lower Extremity Casts 81, Educational Objectives 81. Introduction 81, Terminology 81, Cast Techniques 81. Short Leg Cast 82, Short Leg Cast Using Plaster of Paris 87.
Short Leg Cast Toe Plate 91, Equinus Short Leg Cast 96. PTB Patellar Tendon Bearing Cast 100, Long Leg Cast 107. Cylinder Cast 111, Chapter Six Complications of Casting and Splinting 115. Educational Objectives 115, Introduction 115, Incidence 115. Complications 116, Signs and Symptoms 118, Treatment 119.
High Risk Patients 119, Nerve Compression 120, References 121. More about this book http www sagamorepub com products orthopaedic immobilization techniques src lipdf. vi, Chapter Seven BSN Medical specialty products 123. Educational Objectives 123, Introduction 123, Contact Information 123. Techniques 123, FCT Short Arm Removable Cast 126, FCT Boxer s Removable Cast 128. FCT Thumb Spica Removable Cast 130, FCT Ankle Stirrup Removable Cast 133.
Delta Dry Short Arm Cast 135, Delta Dry Thumb Spica Cast 139. Total Contact Cast 142, Actimove Sling 148,Glossary 149. Index 153, Disclaimer, The procedures in this text are based on current research and. recommendations from professionals in the field of orthopaedic. technology and related health care professionals The information is. intended to supplement not substitute recommendations from a qualified. physician or qualified health care professional Sagamore Publishing. LLC and the authors disclaim responsibility for any adverse effect or. consequences resulting from misapplication or injudicious use of material. contained in the text It is also accepted as judicious that the health. care students must work under the guidance of a licensed physician or. qualified health care professional , More about this book http www sagamorepub com products orthopaedic immobilization techniques src lipdf. vii, acknowledgments, The authors would like to thank Sagamore Publishing LLC The National Association of Orthopaedic Tech .
nologist NAOT and BSN Medical Inc for providing the financial support for this project The authors would. also like to thank the following individuals for their assistance in the development of this publication Bruce. Davis Katherine Bagnato ATC OTC Melody Freeman CMA AAMA CST OTC Tom Darcey and Koen Joris . sen at BSN Medical Inc Dan Ormsby at Creative Camera Charlotte NC Karen Bucher CMI bucherillustra . tion com and Mike Bennett Esq , To my family Elizabeth Sadie and Elsie Mae Carol Brown and Bert and Shirlene Brown Thank you for. your strong support and encouragement through the bright and dark days of this entire project Each of you. means the world to me , Special thanks to the administrators and staff at Southern Crescent Technical College Dr Randell Peters Dr . Dawn Hodges Dr John Pope Mike Melvin RPh and Christy Coker . Thanks go to all of the outstanding orthopaedic surgeons and professors I have had the pleasure of working. with including Jack C Hughston MD Glenn C Terry MD William E Nordt III MD Antero Lima MD Carl . ton G Savory MD Ken Wright DA J Richard Steadman MD Richard J Hawkins MD William I Sterett . MD John Xerogeanes MD Michael J Curtain MD Robert Bruce MD James R Roberson MD Scott D . Gillogly MD C Thomas Hopkins Jr MD and Mark Vann , Last but certainly not least thank you to my coauthors contributing authors and medical editors This book. would not have been possible without your hard work and dedication to the orthopaedic profession . Samuel Ayers Brown MS OTC, To my loving and beautiful wife Shelley I thank you for your support encouragement and thoughtful sug . gestions You rallied behind this project from the beginning and brought out the best in me to complete it . knowing the importance of this book to our profession and the sacrifice it would take to bring it to reality . To my aspiring children Jen and Andrew your pursuit of higher education and your demanding careers in . spired me to challenge myself to coauthor this text in a new uncharted direction for me . To all of our contributing authors advisors editors and the National Association of Orthopaedic Technolo . gists thank you from the bottom of my heart for all of your ideas time and energies to complete this book I. am proud to be a member of NAOT and I have a genuine feeling of satisfaction to be able to give something. back to the group that has given me so much Thank you to the National Board for Certification of Orthopae . dic Technologists for driving us to raise the standards of education and professionalism in our field . To all of the great orthopaedic chairmen surgeons residents and orthopaedic techs with whom I have had. the pleasure of working and learning I sincerely thank you for your contributions in making me the instructor. I am today My training and experience at Cook County Hospital s Orthopaedic Technician Training Program. was diverse and enlightening My more recent experience at the University of Illinois at Chicago has refined. my education and skills and made me treasure the opportunity to help train residents and medical students . Frank E Radja OTC, More about this book http www sagamorepub com products orthopaedic immobilization techniques src lipdf.
viii, Preface, Established in 1982 the National Association of Orthopae . dic Technologists NAOT is a nonprofit membership associa a l A ssociati. tion dedicated to the continued educational and professional. ion o, t, no, Na, development of orthopaedic allied health care professionals. f,who specialize in casting splinting and bracing . MISSION STATEMENT, Ort, s, NAOT is dedicated to the pursuit of excellence through ed op. ist, aedi log, h, ucation of orthopaedic technologists and other related allied c Techno.
health care professionals and the general public NAOT be . lieves that the profession of orthopaedic technology can only. reach full potential and universal acceptance through wide National Association of Orthopaedic. spread educational opportunities Certification of all orthopae Technologists NAOT . dic technologists underscores NAOT s commitment to these. 8365 Keystone Crossing Suite 107,professional goals Indianapolis IN 46240. Phone 317 205 9484, WHAT IS AN ORTHOPAEDIC TECHNOLOGIST Fax 317 205 9481. Email naot hp assoc com, The orthopaedic technologist is a specialized physician ex www naot org. tender who is an expert in casting and splinting immobilization. techniques Orthopaedic technologists work under the direct. supervision of the orthopaedic surgeon to manage the care of the orthopaedic patient in the clinic and some . times perform as first assistant in the operating suite Typical functions of an orthopaedic technologist include. the following , Application and removal of all types of casts and splints. Assist with history and physical assessment, Assist with fracture and dislocation reduction.
Wound closure and care, Patient education and follow up care. Assist in the operating suite,NAOT HISTORY, The National Association of Orthopaedic Technologists NAOT was founded on August 29 1982 in Bos . ton Massachusetts NAOT was originally conceived in the minds and hearts of a few members of the National. Federation of Orthopaedic Technologists many years prior to 1982 The group recognized that strength is. fostered in unity and professionalism is rooted in the formulation of goals and standards A core group of. orthopaedic technologists committed themselves to the formulation of an independent self governing orga . nization They presented their concepts to the full membership of the Federation in Dallas Texas in 1981 A. vote was taken and the decision was made to prepare to launch the new association at the 1982 convention . Representatives from the various regional state and local groups members of the Federation came togeth . er in Boston to adopt a charter and by laws for a truly national organization Officers were elected and the. Executive Board was established NAOT was born and the parent Federation became a thing of the past . More about this book http www sagamorepub com products orthopaedic immobilization techniques src lipdf. ix, More about this book http www sagamorepub com products orthopaedic immobilization techniques src lipdf. Fundamentals of Casting and,Splinting Procedures 1. Educational Objectives Compartment syndrome A condition where there. who specialize in casting splinting and bracing MISSION STATEMENT NAOT is dedicated to the pursuit of excellence through ed ucation of orthopaedic technologists and other related allied health care professionals and the general public NAOT be lieves that the profession of orthopaedic technology can only

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