Her parents rushed her to the ER and helped her stay strong when she had to have a shot for pain, then surgery and encasement in a chest-to-shin fiberglass cast
to protect her hip bones and broken thigh.
They removed maggots and dead tissue, applied dressing and fastened a fiberglass cast
with steel screws.
At 2 weeks, patients who were initially placed into a sugar tong splint and had maintained their reduction were converted to a short arm fiberglass cast
So Penny wound up with a fiberglass cast
from her flank to her toes.
Gravity, 2009, is a ghostly white fiberglass cast
of the artist's face embedded in a wall.
The use of cast saws in the removal of the fiberglass cast
causes fiberglass particles to become airborne and therefore inhalable.
The fiberglass cast
allows a patient to bathe, shower, and swim while wearing it.
It allows patients to bathe, shower, and swim while wearing a fiberglass cast
Brown's clever colorful artwork magically depicts the action of the story from Sammy's waking "YAWN and s-t-r-e-c-h," the excitement of going "higher and faster" on the trampoline, Mommy's warning, the painful fall, arrival at the emergency room, right up to the time the doctors wrapped Sammy in a wet fiberglass cast
, and sent Sammy and her parents' home with "The Rules for Sammy's Cast.
These were interspersed throughout the first gallery in Whatever Your Mind Can Conceive (all works 2007), a three-channel video installation projected onto two large wooden roadside billboards and a fiberglass cast
of an old computer monitor, so as to create the illusion that the video is playing on its obsolete screen.