- Three times stronger than a traditional plaster of paris cast, with one third of the weight;
- Casting bandages are waterproof and can be used for X-Rays without removing the bandage;
- Used for joint lesion and stabilising articulation structures;
- Made of a mixture of plaster with gauze bandaging.
Wear surgical gloves to prevent contact with the synthetic casting materials.
Put cast padding or stockinet sleeve on the injured area.
Remove packaging and take out the cast.
Immerse the casting tape in room temperature water for three to five seconds and press the casting tape two to three times. Remove the casing tape from the water and squeeze out any excess water.
Wrap the cast spirally on the injured area two to three times, overlapping the previous layer by 1/2 or 2/3 the width of the roll.
Shape the cast accordingly to achieve good contact between the layers.
Always wear gloves when handling the product to prevent skin contact with unset resin. StayGuard™ orthopedic casting tape should be stored in a cool, dry, and well-ventilated area.