finger cot

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n.1.a close-fitting sheath worn at the end of a finger, for protection of the finger or to avoid soiling the object touched.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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ERY 878.4370 Drape, With Self-Retaining Finger Cot. EYX 878.4370 Drape, Urological, Disposable EYY 878.4370 Pad, Kelly FNW 878.4370 Drape, Patient, Ophthalmic.
* Wear a bandage over wounds on hands and arms, and a glove or finger cot over wounds on hands or fingers.
Immediately before each procedure, a new finger cot was fitted over the distal tip of the ultrasound probe, filled with gel to eliminate air bubbles, and secured with an O-ring.
Topical therapy with capsaicin 0.025% (Zostrix) or 0.075% (Axsain) ointment 3 to 4 times a day with finger cot or Q-tip to affected areas may be used, with the warning that pain may be initially worsened, and it may take several weeks for the anesthetic effect to be maximal.
EYX--Drape, Pure Latex Sheet, With Self-retaining Finger Cot
The mixed-fruit version includes an on-pack finger cot (a hygienic covering for cleaning a baby's teeth with a finger).
For hemostasis, a tourniquet can be improvised with a sterile glove finger and a hemostat; there are also dedicated finger cots available that work well for this purpose, she said.
On your answer to the "covering the muzzle" question, CVA, Walgreens, Walmart, etc., carry finger cots, which are used to cover individual fingers.
Galway, Ireland, October 31, 2015 --( SafetyDirect Introducing Top Range of Disposable Finger Cots.
To set up your machine for free-motion quilting, drop the feed dogs (see your manual for details) and attach a darning or free-motion quilting foot Use quilter's gloves or secretary's finger cots to grip the quilt.
Also, the product is packaged with finger cots to promote hygienic application--unlike most competing products.