Procedimiento para hacer una férula de mano - Serie

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Para hacer un vendaje para la mano, coloque la mano lesionada alrededor de una bola de paño u otro objeto maleable (relleno), como, por ejemplo, una pelota de tenis, una media en ovillo o una venda elástica enrollada.

Indicaciones

Indicaciones (primera parte)

Utilice un paño o un vendaje enrollado para envolver la mano. No olvide colocar un acolchado entre los dedos.

Indicaciones (primera parte)

Indicaciones (segunda parte)

Utilice cinta adhesiva o una tira de paño para sostener el vendaje y separar los dedos, como se muestra arriba.

Indicaciones (segunda parte)

Cuidados posteriores

La envoltura completa deja los dedos al descubierto de manera que se pueda controlar la circulación de la mano.

Cuidados posteriores

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