A "sling with tie" or "cuff and collar" hold the arm across and up in front of the chest. They are effective for forearm, humorous and hand fractures for support and relief.
To be used under the advice and supervision of a registered medical practitioner.
Elbow fractures may result from falling onto an outstretched arm, a direct impact to the elbow, or a twisting injury. Sprains, stains, or dislocations may occur at the same time as a fracture. Having a sling on when you have a broken or injured arm can make it more comfortable.
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