How To Use


Open cast is mandatory for medical devices.

Keep the opening of the open cast product at temperatures below 40 ℃. To prevent distortion of the product, avoid storing hot storage.

Use non-surgical objects to avoid use.

People with sensitive skin, such as allergies, consult with doctors before use.

If there is any abnormal use, consult the specialist immediately.


Select the appropriate size for the patient's body size.

Ensure that the cast does not pressure the affected area. After completing the cast molding, make sure that the cast does not contain any part of the affected area.

Cast the cast temperature to cool to the affected area and then freeze the cast to cool the cast, which results in a slightly shorter cast. Considering the shrinkage of the cast molding, it takes a little bit larger than the actual size of the actual size.

Wrap the skin protection bandage first to the affected area during the cast procedure. At this point, the thickness of the bandage varies, creating enough space between the affected area and the cast.

Parts with bones touching the Cast (elbow, peach bones etc.) make sure the gap between the cast and the affected area is sufficient.

Use the auxiliary pad to create spaces for the passengers, even if they need to have enough room to occupy the area.

Cast the foot on the foot and hold the heels of the heels during the procedure to hold the heels tight until the cast is firm.

Make sure that the cast is not pressed until the cast is firm, even when the cast is molded onto the arm.

Cast the force exerted on cast molding during cast molding to prevent excessive forces from being applied to the cast. Excessive force may result in fracture of the casting.

During cast procedure, use a compression bandage to immobilize the cast shape.

Use caution when heating the cast using a tank or oven.


During the cast process, if dark melt plastics are flowing through the outer layer, the product will be inhibited from using the product.

Make sure that there is no sharp or foreign feeling in the cast or fixed clip after casting the cast molding.

Avoid exposure to temperatures greater than 50 ℃ when wearing cast iron. (DO N'T Use a Saunt for Castors)

Make sure that you don't step too hard on the heels of your heels when walking on the heels of your cast. If a shock is applied, a cast failure may occur.