Ace bandage

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Ace Bandage

US an elasticated bandage used to restrict blood flow to the site of an injury and so reduce inflammation

Ace′ band′age

an elasticized bandage, usu. in a continuous strip, for securely binding an injured wrist, knee, etc.
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Run the faucet, I'ma dunk a bunch of Trump supporters underwater / Snuck up on 'em in Ray-Bans in a gray van with a spray tan / It's a wrap, like an ACE bandage.
I now wear an ace bandage, and follow the RICE treatment.
Immediately after the injury, you can help clear out the excess fluid by wrapping the site in an ACE bandage or brace to apply gentle compression and by elevating the injured area (above the heart, if possible).
Include bandaids, antibiotic ointment, an ace bandage, and Tylenol or other pain medicine as the minimum supplies.
Still in full uniform, he put his left foot on a chair and slowly removed an Ace bandage, then a towel, then a pack of ice.
So I modified the cast to where I could put a sock on my hand, wrap it in an Ace bandage, and then put the cast back on over that, with some tape to hold it all together.
If you identify this injury in the first 24 hours, have the athlete sleep with the knee flexed, held in this position with an Ace bandage.
Body wraps--Traditionally in TTouch, the body wrap is done with an ace bandage wrapped in a pattern around the dog's body, but I've also heard of people using scarves, tight t-shirts, and more recently a commercially designed product called a Thundershirt.
I asked when I was leaving if I should wrap it with an ACE bandage to keep her from licking it, but he said it would be fine.
With a floral tattoo on one bare foot and pink ace bandage on the other, adorned with a glittering peace sign necklace, Stone downplayed her recently sprained ankle.
The nurse went immediately to the resident's bedside and removed the immobilizer and ACE bandage.
For more thorough kits, consider including a roll of gauze wrap, ace bandage, large gauze pads and triangular bandages.