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The whole art of bandaging

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forms of bandaging can be used to apply most types of bandages: 1. circular bandaging 2. spiral bandaging 3. figure-of-eight bandaging 4.

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recurrent bandaging 5. reverse spiral bandage Circular bandaging is used to hold dressings on body parts such as arms, legs, chest or abdomen or for starting others bandaging Size: KB. BANDAGING GENERAL Bandaging is both a science and an art.

The proper band-age, properly applied, can aid materially in the recovery of the patient. A carelessly or improperly applied bandage can cause discomfort to the patient and may imperil his life.

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Bandaging of an injury is performed for many different reasons. It is an important way to control and prevent excessive blood loss. Various bandaging techniques are also used to minimize swelling and provide support to an injured area. Certain types of wrapping have been found to be the most effective, such as figure-eight and pressure bandages.

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Then, in order for the bandage not to fall off, people apply the reverse spiral bandaging, wrapping one's body part spirally but the other way around, keeping the bandage in place no matter what.

Once this bandaging is done, people secure it on the outer side of the injured limb. Finally, for joint injuries, figure eight bandaging is used. The Art of Manliness participates in affiliate marketing programs, which means we get paid commissions on editorially chosen products purchased through our links.

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Print book: English: 4th edView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Subjects: Bandages and bandaging. First aid in illness and. Hold the head of the bandage in right hand, when bandaging the left limb and vice versa.

When bandaging extremities apply bandage first at distal end and progress towards trunk. Gradual application of pressure from distal toward proximal portion of extremity promotes venous return and minimizes risk of oedema or circulatory impairment.

The first step in bandaging a limb is the placement of tape stirrups. As long as the health of the skin and the location of the open wound allow, strips of tape are placed laterally, medially or cranially to the leg.

It is better to avoid placing a stirrup caudally, as it could damage the foot pads. An illustration of an open book.

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The great French surgeon Ambroise Paré () revived and modernized the treatment of wounds by abandoning cauterization in favor of ointments covered with carefully applied bandages. Three hundred years later, English surgeon Joseph Lister () pioneered the.

Bandaging Notes A bandage is a material used to provide support either to a medical dressing or an injured part of the body. Bandages, ranging from cloth strips to specialized bandages used for a particular body part, are important components of your first aid kit.

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To bandage a head wound, wrap gauze in a single band all the way around the victim's head. If the injury is on the back of the head, pass the band around the forehead or under the chin as appropriate. Bandaging can help provide support for an injured joint. A common type of adhesive bandage is usually made from a simple strip of plastic or fabric with gauze in the center.

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