Bandage

  • 141 plaster bandage — a bandage stiffened with a paste of plaster of Paris, which sets and becomes very hard …

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  • 142 recurrent bandage — a bandage used on a distal part, such as a finger, toe, or amputation stump, that is turned lengthwise to cover the end of the stump and is secured in place by circular turns. See illustration …

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  • 143 Scultetus bandage — a many tailed bandage applied with the tails overlapping each other and held in position by safety pins; see illustration. Called also scultetus …

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  • 144 spica bandage — a figure of 8 bandage with turns that cross one another regularly like the letter V, usually applied to anatomical areas of quite different dimensions, such as the pelvis and thigh or the thorax and arm. See illustration …

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  • 145 spiral reverse bandage — a spiral bandage applied with reverse turns in order to fit the varying contours and dimensions of a limb more snugly. See illustration …

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  • 146 T bandage — a bandage shaped like the letter T; called also crucial b …

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  • 147 Y bandage — a bandage shaped like the letter Y …

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  • 148 Buller shield (bandage) — Bul·ler shield (bandage) (bulґər) [Frank Buller, Canadian ophthalmologic surgeon, 1844–1905] see under shield …

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  • 149 spiral bandage — a bandage wound round a part of the body, overlapping the previous section at each turn …

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  • 150 affiler le bandage —    Bander, arrigere .        Ainsi que des amants temporels pigeonnaient la mignotise d’amour, affilant le bandage.    ( Moyen de parvenir. ) …

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  • 151 Ace bandage — Ace′ band′age Trademark. cvb med trm an elasticized bandage, usu. in a continuous strip, for securely binding an injured wrist, knee, etc …

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  • 152 compression bandage — /kəmˈprɛʃən bændɪdʒ/ (say kuhm preshuhn bandij) noun Medicine an elasticised bandage used to compress a limb …

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  • 153 living bandage — /lɪvɪŋ ˈbændɪdʒ/ (say living bandij) noun Medicine a bandage or dressing made from skin cells which acts in the same way as a skin graft to promote skin growth …

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  • 154 knee bandage — antkelis statusas T sritis Kūno kultūra ir sportas apibrėžtis Tampri (kartais minkšta) apmautė, maunama ant kelio sąnario, kad jį saugotų nuo sumušimų, sužeidimų, patempimų. atitikmenys: angl. knee bandage; knee pad vok. Knieschoner, m;… …

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  • 155 compression bandage — A bandage designed to provide pressure to a particular area …

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  • 156 butterfly bandage — n. a butterfly shaped strip of adhesive medical tape used, when stitches are not required, to keep a deep cut or incision tightly closed while it heals …

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  • 157 gauze bandage — noun (medicine) bleached cotton cloth of plain weave used for bandages and dressings • Syn: ↑gauze • Topics: ↑medicine, ↑medical specialty • Hypernyms: ↑cotton …

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  • 158 esmarch bandage — ˈeˌsm]ärk, ˈezˌm] noun Usage: usually capitalized E Etymology: after J. F. A. von Esmarch died 1908 German surgeon : a tight rubber bandage for driving the blood out of a limb …

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  • 159 t bandage — noun Usage: capitalized T : a bandage shaped like the letter T and used chiefly about the waist or perineum to hold a dressing in place …

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  • 160 Ace bandage — Trademark. a brand of elasticized bandage, usually in a continuous strip, for securely binding an injured wrist, knee, or other joint …

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