In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
1tablilla femeninoto put a splint on sth/sb — entablillar algo/a algn
- they put a splint on his leg — le entablillaron la pierna
- his arm is in splints — tiene el brazo entablillado
- Neither of the children ever experienced any pain or discomfort with either the casting or wearing the splint.
- Both groups showed improvement in electrodiagnostic studies at the end of the trial, but the patients who wore the splint full time showed significantly greater improvement.
- Thirty three patients on the surgical waiting list were randomised to receive either technical accessories or accessories plus splints, alongside extensive support on how to deal with the activities of daily living.
- Medications, hand splints and physical therapy can help in earlier stages of rheumatoid arthritis.
- If this accident had happened on shore, the corpsman would have followed the same procedures but would have had to immobilize the leg with a splint.
- To prevent relapses, when the last plaster cast is removed a splint must be worn full-time for two to three months and thereafter at night for 2 to 4 years.
- Southern African herbalists apply milk of the euphorbia to draw out deep-lying thorns and use wooden splints for broken limbs.
- They come with in-built splints to immobilise broken bones and stabilise the cervical spine - the most vulnerable injury area.
- In some cases, infants will need to wear a splint or brace.
- If a single digit is infected, a finger splint supporting the interphalangeal joints in extension is usually adequate.
- In sports such as basketball, football, and hockey, the athlete may proceed with play and practice with extension taping as long as the splint is worn at all other times.
- Casts and splints hold an injured bone in place so that it can heal correctly.
- When the symptoms are minor a wrist splint worn mainly at night or anti-inflammatory drugs such as aspirin and avoidance of the causative movements may be all that is needed.
- The patient may be required to wear splints twenty-four hours a day.
- I explained to him that it was more of a severe sprain than an actual fracture and prescribed a wrist splint to be worn for the next three weeks.
- The splint supported the posterolateral part of the lower leg but also had a slight anterior curve.
- He wears a splint to support his right ankle and enable him to walk, and his right arm is a dead weight.
- A therapist may also recommend that your child make use of special supports or splints to help protect joints and keep them in a good functional position.
- You also might choose to wear the splint during the day.
- Adams wears splints on his wrists at night that keep his wrists from overly flexing or extending, which can put pressure on the median nerve and cause pain.
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