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How To Build A Backcountry Knee SplintYour hiking buddy torqued their knee? This simple splint can prevent further injury and let you both limp home.
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Tie the splint's cord or webbing over the patient's far shoulder as shown, placing the knot in a comfortable, easy to adjust position. Use this sling to keep the splint from sliding down.