A Robert-Jones (RJ) bandage is to immobilize a limb and reduce swelling; so typically with a fracture. The RJ can only be applied on fractures below the stifle and below the elbow. Although the RJ bandage works well, it is costly to create as it requires a lo lot cotton padding and it is a large, bulky, heavy bandage for the patient. Personally I prefer to use a splinted padded bandage for fractures below the elbow and stifle. Watch the video to see how to apply the RJ bandage.
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