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A new patient, a visibly pregnant woman named Emily, is rolled into the clinic in a wheelchair by one of the nurses. It is clear that Emily has recently been in a serious accident. Her neck is firmly supported by a thick, philadelphia type neck brace and her right leg is wrapped in a splint. The nurse tells Emily that she will be right back and then leaves for a moment. Emily, who is very clearly in pain, waits for the nurse to return. Finally, two of the nurses return and take Emily to the castroom. They start by putting her on the casting table and applying a short leg walking cast. Afterwards, the nurses sit Emily up, take off her philadelphia neck brace, and apply a Minerva body cast. The thick body cast holds Emilyâ€™s neck and back firmly in place. For additional support, the nurses apply a Halo Brace in addition to the Minerva cast. After the casting process is complete and Emily is safely wrapped in plaster, the nurses lay her down in a hospital bed and put her casted leg into traction. After a couple days of recovering, the nurses take Emily on a wheelchair ride throughout the hospital. Once Emily is feeling more stable in casts, she learns to walk with crutches. In spite of the stiff plaster covering Emilyâ€™s leg and upper body, she is able to walk by herself and navigate the hospital facilities using crutches.
(Disclaimer: Any injuries in videos are not real. They are all just staged for story purpose)