4"x24" Padded Splint

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  • (1) 4"x24" Padded Splint
  • Easy to Cut to Size and Shape
  • Cuts Easily with Ordinary Scissors
  • Fold Itself for Additional Strength
  • Use to Meet New ANSI Kit Requirement
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Padded aluminum splint is flexible and can be shaped and molded to use in various body parts including, arms, wrists, lower leg, ankle or neck. First aid splint has an aluminum base with padded foam to use for sprains, strains or fractures. This radiolucent splint does not need to be removed during x-rays and can be cut to size and shape. Use this padded splint to meet the new 2016 requirement for a first aid splint in all class B first aid kits.
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  • 092265336079
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  • 2.75
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  • 2.00
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  • 4.25
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  • 0.240000
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The pictures on the splint show some type of cross securing. Are these included within the roll or do we use tape found with the first aid kit?

Asked by: Jenn
Hello, This splint has an aluminum center so it bends easily around a joint and holds a shape. Once the splint is properly molded you would use tape to hold it down in place. Regards, First Aid Only
Answered by: James Sullivan
Date published: 2020-07-17
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