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Mr Akash Kunte has injured his hand at work and is accompanied to the emergency department (ED) by a co-worker. You examine his left hand and find a piece of a drill bit sticking out of the skin between the third and fourth knuckles. There is another puncture site about an inch below and toward the center of the hand. Bleeding is minimal. He is 41 years old, has no significant medical history, and has no known drug allergies. He states the accident occurred when a mill at work malfunctioned and knocked his hand onto a rack of drill bits. His last tetanus booster was 12 years ago. WRITE ORTHO CARE PLAN ON FRACTURE BASED ON THE DETAILS PROVIDED

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