Engineers made breathable and waterproof plaster to stop itching forever - If you have ever broken a leg, arm, or any other part of the body, then you know how painful it is to wear plaster. It cannot be wetted, therefore it is impossible to wash it properly, the skin underneath it mercilessly, and the bandages become dirty and fall off.
But a group of engineers from Chicago decided to put an end to these humiliations. They developed a new waterproof plaster.

Startup Cast21 decided to take a closer look at the problems with traditional plaster and took it seriously.

Jason Trautner, biomedical design engineer Ashley Moy, and electrician Justin Brooks invented breathable, more hygienic, and waterproof plaster.
Gypsum is put on in 10 minutes and consists of a liquid polymer that solidifies and fixes the bone.