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" The tail-piece is passed under the woman's back, swung up to her arm-pits, so that the fork of the Y just clears one nipple, -when that breast is held upward and inward on the chest. The tail-piece on the other side is carried up on the chest, directly... "
A Handbook of obstetric nursing for nurses, students and mothers - Page 164
by Anna Martha Fullerton - 1911 - 272 pages
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Monthly Nursing

Alfred Worcester - Maternity nursing - 1886 - 250 pages
...Hospital, Drs. Kingman, Otis, and Hayward. See frontispiece. the corners of the plait with safety pins on the outside. The bandage is now ready to put on....Y just clears one nipple, when that breast is held upwards and inwards on the chest. The tail-piece on the other side is carried up on the chest directly...
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North American Journal of Homoeopathy

Health & Fitness - 1903
...fastening the corners by safety pins. The bandage is now ready to put on. The tailpiece is passed over the woman's back, snug up to her armpits, so that the fork of the Y just clears one nipple when the breast is held upward and inward on the chest. The tailpiece on the other side is carried up on...
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North American Journal of Homoeopathy

Health & Fitness - 1892
...of the plait with safety-pins on the outside. The tail-piece is passed under the woman's back, swung up to her arm-pits, so that the fork of the Y just...of the Y are then brought over the chest, one above the other, below the breast, and their ends pinned to the tailpiece, so as to hold both breasts in...
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The North American Journal of Homeopathy, Volume 40

1892
...of the plait with safety-pins on the outside. The tail-piece is passed under the woman's back, swung up to her arm-pits, so that the fork of the Y just...of the Y are then brought over the chest, one above the other, below the breast, and their ends pinned to the tailpiece, so as to hold both breasts in...
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The North American Journal of Homeopathy, Volume 51

1903
...fastening the corners by safety pins. The bandage is now ready to put on. The tailpiece is passed over the woman's back, snug up to her armpits, so that the fork of the Y just clears one nipple when the breast is held upward and inward on the chest. The tailpiece on the other side is carried up on...
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