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April 20th, 2018, 06:04 AM   #1
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how to join break legs

how to join break leg? I mean, how doctor do this by plaster?

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Yep. Just plaster in the holes.
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Doctors don't do this, it's a waste of their valuable time. It is left for the Nurses, and let's be clear, they do not fix the broken leg, it heals itself over time, the plaster just helps keep it in place until it's healed.
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