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PhD student Janitha Jeewantha says the 'smart' plaster is the new standard to heal broken bones. Picture: Supplied

New smart plaster a ‘turning point’ in orthopaedic care

With 170,000 Australians breaking a bone annually, University of Southern Queensland PhD student Janitha Jeewantha thought it was time to redesign the old way of casting injuries.

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