compression bandage


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Noun1.compression bandage - bandage that stops the flow of blood from an artery by applying pressurecompression bandage - bandage that stops the flow of blood from an artery by applying pressure
bandage, patch - a piece of soft material that covers and protects an injured part of the body
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The incision was covered with nonadherent compression bandage for wound fluid absorption and strapped in place with micropore tape.
The day after his surgery, he posted his photo on Instagram, sitting in a wheelchair, his head wrapped in compression bandage and his just-rhinoplasty-d nose wrapped in gauze-a near exact copy of Linda Evangelista in a wheelchair in that Meisel shoot.
Methods: Between June 2006 and March 2010, all patients who underwent TRCI were classified according to the weakness of RAP after removing compression bandage with confirmation by Doppler ultrasound for the first 30 consecutive patients.
Because the difference of diameter does not require the compression bandage step of the complete decongestive therapy (CDT), its steps outside bandage (skin care, self-massage, compression, exercise, and diet) were administered.
You also might want to see your doctor if you've been wearing a compression bandage daily and start feeling as though you can't function without it.
1] The guidelines recommend complete decongestive therapy (CDT), which includes gentle massaging known as manual lymph drainage, use of a multilayered compression bandage to the affected limb, exercise, and skin/nail care.
Suprasorb[R] dressing, short stretchable bandages with biosynthetic cellulose dressing used as a compression bandage, has proved to be very effective for ulcers.
2004) showed that seroma formation after breast surgery was independent of compression bandage.
The company says the high elongation rate of this product allows it to create an immensely strong compression bandage around the substrate.
Remember to pay the PRICE - P for Protect from further damage, R for Rest, Ice the area, use a Compression bandage and Elevate it as much as possible.
He ran back to his cruiser for his first aid bag, grabbed a large compression bandage and ran back to the brothers.