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To be treated in the ED, a buckle fracture must be straightforward, with angulation of less than 15 degrees, no wounds and mild to moderate pain.
In fact, a soft bandage is all that is necessary for a buckle fracture of the distal radius, according to a study discussed by Dr.
Cast immobilization seems to be the preferred method of treatment of a buckle fracture in North America; splints are used more commonly in the United Kingdom.