Thealternative way to remove casts, reducing the noise, the dust, and the fear of a cast saw - A Boneguard Inc.Innovation!
THE FUTURE OF CAST REMOVAL™
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** Due to overwhelming demand for free samples, we are unable to offer free samples of Castbuster Kit I and Kit II to orthopedic practices at this moment. Training on the use of Castbuster can be obtained on our YouTube Channel - 'castbuster'. Also look out on our website for seminars coming to your area.
CASTBUSTER Kit I
CASTBUSTER Kit II
*International/USA Patents Pending for Castbuster, Castbuster Stand, Castbuster Loader and related accessories.
*Remember to order Boneguard brand of Cast Supplies - Fiberglass cast, Polyester cast, Stockinet, Padding and our selection of Plaster Stickers (another Boneguard innovation).
This product should be used under the supervision of a health care professional. The CASTBUSTER may be purchased by patients to be shipped to their physicians/doctors' offices.
For specific questions, complete this inquiry form. To order use the printable order form below and fax or email.
This is an early stage in the use of a CASTBUSTER on a forearm/wrist cast. In this picture, the cast padding is already applied. A CASTBUSTER Liner (latex-free) is affixed to the underlying cotton padding. A brown thread is seen in this image to offer a contrast to the transparent tubing in this picture.
This picture is a view of the front of the forearm/wrist with a CASTBUSTER Liner in position prior to the application of cast. The CASTBUSTER Liner can also be applied to the medial and lateral sides of the forearm prior to cast application. Up to four CASTBUSTER Liners can be applied on a patient's forearm/wrist on the anterior/posterior and medial/lateral sides. Two CASTBUSTER Liners is adequate in young patients with a short arm cast.
This picture is a display of the CASTBUSTER Wire inside the applied latex-free CASTBUSTER Liner on top of the applied padding on a forearm. This image is just a demonstration of the track established by the CASTBUSTER Liner. The CASTBUSTER Wire is inserted at the time of cast removal.
This picture is a demonstration of CASTBUSTER at the time of cast removal. The CASTBUSTER Wire is already in position to be connected to a pair of CASTBUSTER Handle.
The secret to the succesful use of the CASTBUSTER is in the technique. Read the section on the Tricks and Tips on using the CASTBUSTER.
This picture is a display of two CASTBUSTER Wires in position on a forearm/wrist cast - on the anterior and posterior sides. The CASTBUSTER Wire is recommended to be used as a single-use device for optimal performance. The CASTBUSTER Liner is also a single-use item.
These pictures demonstrate the use of a CASTBUSTER on the lower leg. In this picture, the cast padding is already applied. A CASTBUSTER Liner (latex-free) is affixed to the underlying cotton padding using ADHESIVE TAPE. In the case of the legs, the number of CASTBUSTER Liners applied will depend on the preference of the physician, or cast technician. You have the option of using a single length CASTBUSTER Liner on at least two sides of the leg, or using two separate CASTBUSTER Liners on each side, one for the foot portion, and the other for the leg portion.
- One option is to run one CASTBUSTER Liner vertically from the top part of the leg to the foot exiting on the plantar surface, and another CASTBUSTER Liner that runs along the side of the foot from the toes to the heel exiting on the posterior part of the heel. In this case, you will use two CASTBUSTER Liners on each side of the leg.
- The second option is to run a single CASTBUSTER Liner from the top of leg that is curved at the ankle, and extends to the foot ending close to the toes. In this case, you are using just two CASTBUSTER Liners.
Up to four CASTBUSTER Liners can be applied to the leg - anterior/posterior or medial/lateral.
Remember, the success with the use of the CASTBUSTER is based solely on technique. It is not the amount of the pulling force that is applied that matters, it is the method of use of the CASTBUSTER. Watch videos of the CASTBUSTER in action. Learn more on the Tips and Tricks Section, or look out for our next scheduled training session/seminar.
Meet the CASTBUSTER Mascot
CASTBUSTER meets CASTSAW
CASTBUSTER - "Of all the things that I offer patients in my office, removing a cast is one that I never quite like."
CASTSAW - "What's this talk about what I do. Without me, removing a cast is a real chore. You better hang out with me."
CASTBUSTER - "What about the noise
CASTSAW - "Plug your ears."
CASTBUSTER - "What about the dust?"
CASTSAW - "Seal your nose"
CASTBUSTER - "What about the environment?"
CASTSAW - "Deal with it."
CASTBUSTER - "We still need each other. At least for now, until I find a way to totally eliminate the need for your help."
News on Castbuster mascot!
It shares the same name with the innovation - Castbuster.
Do you know the story of Castbuster?
How it was rescued from a trash dump?
Do you know it is a art project of a middle school student?
That is why Castbuster is so special to us here.
You can have your picture taken with Castbuster when next you are at our headquarter.
It is now being made into a soft toy - in different colors and sizes.
Something to remember of your experience of having a cast on.
For all ages!
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The reimbursement information for CASTBUSTER contained is provided for informational purposes only and represents no statement, promise, or guarantee by Boneguard, Inc. concerning rates of reimbursement, payment, or charge.
All CPT and HCPCS codes are supplied for informational purposes only and represent no statement, promise, or guarantee by Boneguard, Inc. that these codes will be acceptable or reimbursement will be made.
The information presented is not intended to increase or maximize reimbursement by any payor. Consult your payor organization with regard to its reimbursement policies.