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a thin sliver of wood

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an orthopedic mechanical device used to immobilize and protect a part of the body (as a broken leg)

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support with a splint

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He should be given the splints when he comes out of plaster, but we don't know if that will happen.
The most common methods of preventing these complications are the use of nasal packing, septal splints, and quilting sutures as a means of approximating the septalfiaps.
She has broken both arms, a wrist, a leg and has been slowed by shin splints.
Constructed primarily from fabric and neoprene materials, ProCare(R) soft goods products include moldable inserts for orthotic back supports, ankle braces, motion control splints and other support accessories.
Contract award: acquisition of electrical splints passive mobilization.
8 Hearing Implants, United Kingdom, Company Share (2010-2011) 807 Nasal Splints In United Kingdom 817.
Grudzielanek scratched: Johnson's original lineup card had Mark Grudzielanek starting at shortstop, but that was altered before the two-hour bus ride south from Dodgertown because Grudzielanek is suffering from shin splints.
Contract notice: Providing small equipment (orthotics, splints, bandages, thermoformable, .
For instance, the use of thermoplastic material for the development of custom/cut size external nasal splints is likely to gain penetration over the next seven years.
CROOKS stole a young cerebral palsy victim's leg splints - so they could pinch the trainers attached to them.
We conducted a prospective, comparative, interventional study to evaluate the role of intranasal septal splints and to compare the results of this type of support with those of conventional nasal packing.
I also had to sleep wearing foot splints, knee splints, elbow splints and hand splints, so I couldn't move.
Thousands of horses have splints without a problem and it's typical that it is him that gets it.
20,21) Distal radius fractures in adult patients are often initially immobilized in sugar tongs splints following closed manipulations.