Universal and practical finger splints according to Stack, Splints for the care of injured limbs
A dressing splint is used to immobilize and support an injured limb or joint. They are often used in the treatment of sprains, dislocations and fractures. They are usually made of a soft, flexible material that is wrapped around the affected area and held in place with tape or Velcro.
Some splints have built-in support structures, such as plastic or metal splints, that provide additional stability. These splints can be used for fingers and toes. The splints can be easily adjusted to the patient's body for quick application in emergency situations.