Overstock Sale – Brand name IV products, surgical supplies & much more – Ships Today Shop Overstock

BSN Medical #7449805 - Dynacast Splint Cast Fbgls Wht 5"x15' 1/Rl

BSN Medical #7449805 - Dynacast Splint Cast Fbgls Wht 5
Special Order

Allow C.I.A. to white-glove your request for this item

Not buying today? Need a volume discount, Net 30 terms, or a government quote? Got a backorder, and need immediate stock? That’s exactly what we do best. Let us solve your problem.

Product Description

BSN Medical 7449805 - Dynacast Splint Cast Fbgls Wht 5"x15' 1/Rl

Dynacast S Fiberglass Padded Roll Form Splint System, 5 in x 15 ft, 1 roll / box

BSN Medical Dynacast S Fiberglass Splint System is the most cost-effective splinting system of choice for every phase of immobilization. Its easy-stretch padding covers all edges, while it's roll form eliminates any wasted product. The Splint Material has no wrong side application meaning it could be applied with either side up. The Fiberglass Splint System features a fast set time that is easily molded for a custom fit. The Lightweight Splint System is washable making it comfortable for patients to wear. The Dynacast is available in multiple sizes and is sold by the roll.

Dynacast S offers

  • No wrong side application
  • Easy stretch padding covers all edges
  • 7 layer fiberglass

Cost effective

  • Eliminates expensive pre-formed splints
  • Roll form allows for no waste

Simple in design and use

  • Saves time; no plaster clean-up
  • Fast set-up; quick patient turn around
  • Molds easily for custom fit
  • Lightweight and durable
  • Patient friendly; fits easily under clothing
  • Comfortable to wear; washable
  • Compact packaging

Commonly Asked Questions

What are the main differences between casts and splints?

Casts and Splints are both designed to immobilize and support injuries. A cast completely encompasses the injured limb, but a splint does not. Splints allow more room for swelling, but are not as effective at immobilizing the injury. Prefabricated splints are available in a wide range of materials and functions, but physicians will often use casting materials to create a custom, form-fitted splint. Depending on the nature of the injury, a physician will decide whether to use a splint or a cast. Splints are usually preferred if possible, as they are cheaper, easier to apply, and have lower risk of complications.

What are the main components of a splint?

There are many different kinds of splints, available in a wide range of shapes, materials, and purposes. Splints generally consist of a rigid splinting material, padding, and a mechanism to hold the splint in place, such as a soft elastic bandage.