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A Bristol-based manufacturer of rubber products for a variety of industries has been awarded the Queen's Award for Enterprise for an invention that keeps plaster casts and dressings dry in water.
A BRIDE-TO-BE who fractured both wrists while dancing at her hen do went ahead with the wedding thanks to some fashionable plaster casts.
5 mm dental movement is carried out in the plaster cast set-up.
Celebrating Cornell's sesquicentennial, his most recent installation connected these themes with classical plaster casts, contemporary sculpture, and a 150-year-old tree.
The ventilation holes on the `Osteoid Medical Cast' prevent itches and smells normally associated with plaster casts that have changed very little over the past 300 years, Science Daily reports.
It was further stated that the majority of clubfeet can be corrected in infancy in about six to eight weeks with the proper gentle manipulations and plaster casts.
TV's Carol, who has had stitches and a plaster cast, admitted: "I feel like an idiot"
In the present case tenotomy with plaster cast was used due to failure in manual straightening.
Plaster casts are used to keep injured limbs immobile.
PLASTER CAST Myleene Klass tweeted a picture of herself covered in plaster cast goo when she was pregnant with her second daughter, Hero.
She is apparently bearing up well and, despite being fitted with a plaster cast, is determined to carry out all her official engagements, which are scheduled for the end of the month.
Summary: Prince Harry has joined teenagers training for a charity trip to Africa, and stopped to sign the plaster cast of a girl with a broken arm.