elastic bandage

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Noun1.elastic bandage - a bandage containing stretchable material that can apply local pressure
bandage, patch - a piece of soft material that covers and protects an injured part of the body
Elastoplast - an elastic adhesive bandage for covering cuts or wounds
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Raise your ankle, apply ice packs and then an elastic bandage to keep the swelling down.
Wrap the elastic bandage for the first 24 to 36 hours (after any ice compress is the best).
Elastic bandage of the lower extremities is usually used for soft tissue injuries, after ligament reconstruction in sportsmen, and after total knee replacement in elderly as a support [7].
Then wrap your dog's foot using roll gauze, Vetrap, or an elastic bandage. The bandage should be snug enough to stay on, but also needs to be loose enough to allow for proper circulation to your dog's foot.
In the last few years, I've gone over on my ankle at a wedding (bought an elastic bandage), stumbled while doing the slosh at a party, tearing ligaments in my foot (bought an elastic bandage), lost my balance and face-planked on top of my handbag in the middle of the street (bought an elastic bandage, a box of plasters, replacements for the smashed contents of bag including make up, a bottle of Chanel perfume, a new mobile phone and a tape measure.
In this study, we aimed to compare two treatment modalities: splint and elastic bandage for the management of acute ankle sprains.
A neoprene support or elastic bandage can promote recovery and reduce swelling.
Elevate the forearm, apply ice after wrapping the arm in a compressive dressing such as elastic bandage.
The surgical incision was closed and medium stretch elastic bandage compression of the limb was sustained through the first ambulatory control, 3 or 4 days after the surgery.
"It has sedative properties." Try It Chop up a few cold lettuce leaves, apply to the sprained area, and wrap loosely in an elastic bandage. Change the poultice when it grows hot.
Each participant completed two exercise trials, one with and one without wearing an elastic bandage. The trials were arranged in random order and at least 72 hours apart.