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When paramedics and first responders attend a patient with a suspected limb fracture they need to immobilise it quickly and safely with minimal pain and additional damage to limb tissues. Compound fractures complicate the situation further.

Existing reusable splinting systems can be bulky, expensive to disinfect properly and often get lost in hospitals after they are removed from patients.

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  • Industrial design
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  • Technology development
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  • Electronic engineering
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  • Short run manufacturing
  • Manufacturing processes
  • Supply chain management

ResQSplint® offers a fast, safe and disposable solution for immobilizing fractured limbs. It is a self contained pack that once activated, remains soft and flexible for a short time allowing it to be gently formed and strapped to the limb. Once set the patient can be safely transported to the emergency room for further examination and treatment. The splint leaves some of the limb exposed allowing the paramedic to monitor perfusion or take a pulse. Once in hospital the splint is easily removed with minimal discomfort.

Skills Deployed

• User centred design
• Materials sourcing
• Supply chain development
• Human factors engineering
• Prototyping and testing
• Packaging system design
• IP analysis
• Regulatory planning

Technical Highlights

• Low cost solution
• Long shelf life
• Platform technology leading to a breakthrough product range

We couldn’t have developed this product without CDP: they have been actively involved in the whole process from funding, business planning and strategy, through to research, design, and manufacture. They weren’t just a product development consultant, as they provided the total solution to the challenges we faced.”
Dr. Stacey, Flexycast CEO

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