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Simplicity in Bandaging
The Requirements of a Good Bandage
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abdomen acromion adhesive plaster anchor the bandage apex ascending spiral turns axilla BANDAGING THE NECK base BC basic turns binder bivalved body bone breast Carry the bandage Carry the roller cast Cephalic vein Chapter chest circular turns clavicle completes cone cotton covered cravat cravat bandages cylinder Directions dorsum dressings in place elbow encircle Figure figure-of-eight turn finger Fix the bandage fixation folded foot forearm fractured bone fractures gauze groin hand horizontal humerus immobilization inch wide initial extremity knee knot loop lower border lower leg mercurochrome method muscles nerve oblique occiput opposite shoulder overlapping the previous ovoid palm partly overlapping patient perineum piece of material plaster-of-Paris prepared previous turn recurrent turns roller bandage skin surfaces sling slow ascending spiral Spica spiral reverse turns splint sternum strip of adhesive surgical dressings taping thigh thorax three-inch bandages thumb tissues toes traction triangle width wounds wrist