Primacare Padded Cardboard Splints

Primacare Padded Cardboard Splints

Primacare Padded Cardboard Splints Primacare

Primacare Padded Cardboard Splints

$2.59 - $3.99
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Disposable inexpensive padded cardboard splints for immobilizing fractures.

This series of padded cardboard splints is designed to conform to contours of limbs.  These splints allow fractures to be splinted with one step ease.  All splints are constructed of heavy duty cardboard with half density cushioning foam for maximum comfort. 
Each splint has predetermined ¾” holes punched through the splint to allow for easy tie downs using cravats or other securing methods.
Being cardboard these are a wonderful disposable, cost effective, splint as compared to expensive air splints or vacuum splints.
  • Radiolucent and MRI compatible
  • ¾” punch holes for easy tie downs
  • Additional fillers not needed
  • Various lengths to accommodate all injury sizes and shapes 
Splints available in the following lengths:
  • 12”
  • 18”
  • 24”
  • 34” 
All splints sold individually

Special discounts may apply for high volume sales. Contact our Bids & Quotes department for more information.


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Great product, very versatile.

By KFFR Chief

from Andover, NY

Verified Buyer


  • Clear Instructions
  • Easy To Pack
  • Effective
  • Portable
  • Rugged
  • Versatile


    Best Uses

    • At The Base
    • Field Training
    • In Vehicles
    • Personal Safety
    • Special Operations
    • Urban Operations

    Comments about Primacare Padded Cardboard Splints:

    This product is great for inexpensive splinting. Splint is disposable, and is great for multiple injury types when you purchase the larger splint. You can always cut the splint down, but it is tough to add splinting material. Easy to use and secure to the patient. No complaints.

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    • No
    • Describe Your Profession:
    • EMT, Private Sector Fire Chief

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