Air Cast Boot for broken foot. How to apply air cast properly?
Air cast boot for broken foot helps to immobilize fractured bones. Specifically designed to provide customized compression and support for day-to-day activities while recovering from a toe, foot, or ankle injury. Using a fracture boot for post-op or during recovery allows an efficient healing, and more comfort. The air walker brace is designed to replace other mobility devices, and to help patient to stay active, even with a fractured foot.
Air Cast Instructions: How to apply air cast properly?
Step 1. Ensure you are wearing a long cotton sock. This will help minimize odour due to perspiration, as well as to protect the skin of your foot/leg from skin breakdown due to excessive moisture.
Step 2. Ensure that your heel is firmly placed and snug in the rear of the air cast when placing your foot into the air cast.
Step 3. Fold over the padded flap and then the flap with the Velcro™ to secure.
Step 4. Secure plastic cover using Velcro™ belts and buckles attached to the air cast.
Step 5. Secure straps by moving from bottom strap to top strap, ensuring a ‘snug’ but not restrictive fit.
How to Inflate/Deflate your air cast
Step 1. There are two ports attached to your air cast. Both ports are located at the front of the air cast. Each port is used to inflate/deflate the air bladder.
Step 2. To inflate the cast, push the red button to pump up until your foot fits into the boots snugly and comfortably.
Step 3. To deflate the cast, push the black button to release the air while the air cast is still on.
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