Can you solve this puzzle?Test your veterinary knowledge with our monthly Brain Teaser March 27, 2020 By Phil Zeltzman, DVM, DACVS, CVJ, Fear Free Certified Presentation Which of the following statements are correct in relation to this photo? Question 1: What is the difference between a Robert-Jones and a modified Robert-Jones bandage? A Robert-Jones bandage is a thick and bulky bandage—its thickest component is cotton roll. A modified Robert-Jones bandage is smaller because it uses cast padding.A Robert-Jones bandage is primarily used as an abdominal pressure wrap in case of hemorrhage. A modified Robert-Jones bandage is primarily used on limbs in case of hemorrhage.A Robert-Jones bandage is a thick and bulky bandage— its thickest component is cotton roll. A modified Robert-Jones splint is any modification the practitioner deems required for a given patient.Question 2: How should you handle the distal aspect of a bandage?Leave the foot out to check for swelling.Leave the nails of the two weight-bearing toes sticking out to check for swelling.Always enclose the entire foot in a bandage.Question 3: Which statement is correct?Bandages after orthopedic surgery are considered obsolete by most surgeons.Bandages after orthopedic surgery provide support of the limb and the repair.Bandages after orthopedic surgery never cause complications or aggravation.Score Me!