1st February, 2013
The splinting material that Interface sent out to Uganda in May has been put to good use, as you can see from these photos. It has now been used up, so more is being taken out soon. From the photos we have received, it is mainly being used after hand injuries or surgery. In Uganda, it is often used after burns to prevent scar contractures. It can also be used to protect fractures, tendon repairs, ligament injuries, etc, etc.