An orthopedic cast, body cast, plaster cast, or surgical cast, is a shell, frequently
made from ... Plaster of Paris is calcined gypsum (roasted gypsum), ground to a
fine ... 1 History. 1.1 Introduc...
Oct 16, 2013 ... 1. History. The name Plaster of Paris (POP) had its origins from the fact that it was
extensively mined from Montmartre in Paris district. But its use ...
Dec 16, 2007 ... Plaster is the common name for calcium sulphate hemi hydrate made ... the
centre of plaster production, and hence the name, plaster of Paris.
Jul 19, 2012 ... Plaster casts, constructed from gypsum plaster (plaster of Paris), would be used
by hospitals in the early 1800's, but its first use was not very ...
Plaster of Paris definition, calcined gypsum in white, powdery form, used as a
base for gypsum plasters, as an ... Word Origin and History for plaster of Paris
Apr 1, 2012 ... Plaster-of-Paris andPlaster TechniqueAshish Tripathi ,Intern,Dept. of ... Contents:
Plaster-of-Paris: 1) Historical Background 2) Uses of POP 3) ...
Since antiquity, plaster has been used to replicate art works, in particular
sculptures ... Drawing class in the Académie Royale de Peinture et de Sculpture,
Plaster Casts are the reproductions of original sculptural artwork. ... Also
becoming prominent in the art of collecting and displaying plaster casts was Paris
Aug 14, 2013 ... Plaster of Paris, in its raw state, is termed gypsum hydrated calcium sulphate with
impurities. The surgical form is pure anhydrous calcium ...
Brill is an academic publishing house with a rich history and a strong ... The
Plaster of Paris Bandage: Its Invention by Antonius Mathijsen and Its First ...