pillow splint

pil·low splint

(pil'ō splint)
A splint that is inflatable or made from unusually bulky fabric.
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is educated on maintaining Fowlers position, the proper use of the incentive spirometer (l/S), and use of a pillow splint to cough and take deep breaths each hour.
Continued use of l/S, coughing and deep breathing with pillow splint, and use of thromboguards while in bed are maintained.
There is little evidence that use of the traction splint is more efficacious than simple rigid well padded splints, pillow splints, or, in the emergency department and transport settings, a Jones's bandage (Wood et al 2003).