MTE Journal, Vol 1 No 4, September 1941 - Medical Training Establishment

M. T.E. JOURNAL 23 The uses of Wide‘ Cellona in the closed-plaster technique ^jpHE introduction of wide ‘Cellona' in 18"24" and 36" widths has provided an excellent medium for preparing plaster casts for the ‘closed treatment of fractures. The technique of preparation and application of Forearm Full Arm Shoulder Spica Below Knee Mid-Thigh and Hip-Spica Plasters is described\ k and illustrated with diagrams and photographs in a 15-page brochure “The Preparation of Plaster Casts. ”This is available to R.A.F. Medical Officers interested in plaster technique and a copy will be forwarded free on application to: Medical Departmenl (M.T.E.) T. J. SMITH &NEPHEW LTD., NEPTUNE STREET HULL ENGLAND.
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