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354 straightened, antiseptic dressings were used and the long splint applied. Eight days later there had been no rise in temperature since the operation. The splint was removed, fresh dressings applied, and the limb encased in plaster-of-Paris. On Oct. 19th, assisted by Dr. Lyon, Mr. Renton operated on the left limb, treating it the same as the right, with the addition that the fibula was broken and the tendon of the biceps divided. Dressings and splints were used as before, and on Oct. 29thdoi:10.1016/s0140-6736(02)47759-8 fatcat:kggmm2k4mjbtxity64cg3vaxo4