Wrinkle corner| Volume 10, ISSUE 3, P248-250, February 1979

Dr Kvittingen's yoke-splint for the upper arm

  • Ottar Ødegård
    Requests for reprints should be addressed to: Dr Ottar Ødegård, Ass. Overlege Kir. Avd., Fylkessjukehuset i Molde, Norway.
    Orthopaedic Surgeon, Molde, Norway
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      An abduction splint made of polyester reinforced with fibre glass is presented and points are submitted as advantages of this method of splinting the arm.
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        • Kvittingen J.
        Demonstration of splint for upper arm.
        Norsk Mag. F. Laegevidensk. 1936; 99: 1246
        • Kvittingen J.
        An upper arm splint with a shoulder yoke as main support.
        Br. Med. J. 1941; 1: 776