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Synonyms for bandage

Synonyms for bandage

to apply therapeutic materials to (a wound)

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8) This observation was similar to the present study, which revealed that the highest recurrence rate was observed in aseptic aspiration with pressure bandage (55%), whereas surgical deroofing with compression buttoning and aseptic aspiration with compression buttoning were each associated with the lowest frequencies of recurrence (5%).
But the pressure bandage had stopped some of the bleeding.
A pressure bandage (CoFlex, Andover Healthcare Inc, Salisbury, MA, USA), similar to a "crop bra" described for avian pediatric crop stasis, (1) was placed around the neck and thorax (Fig 2).
It might be necessary to keep pressure on a wound for up to 30 minutes to stop the bleeding, and in this case, a pressure bandage will be helpful.
A pressure bandage should not be applied (venom movement is slow and pressure worsens pain).
With a clean cut, a pressure bandage may be needed to stop bleeding.
In previous studies comparing the application of pressure bandage and adhesive bandage, it has been observed that bleeding rate was higher in patients who did not receive application of pressured bandage and at the same time use of pressured bandage increased back pain, leg pain, groin pain and vomiting and urine retention, which limited their routine use (10, 18-20).
Which dressing is best when used under a pressure bandage for venous leg ulcers?
Johnson put a pressure bandage on the wound and a drain immediately adjacent to the bandage.
He applied a pressure bandage and held my arm up until an ambulance came to take me to hospital.
A 4-inch-wide cloth sports bandage that can be used to treat strains and sprains or to use as a pressure bandage to control bleeding
A big vinyl pressure bandage would have solved all my problems.
I had to wear a pressure bandage to squash it all back down.
I knew only what was necessary to do my job: how to fire and clean my rifle, how to apply a pressure bandage to a sucking chest wound, how to make a stove from an empty C-ration can.
Planimetric rate of healing in venous ulcers of the leg treated with pressure bandage and hydrocolloid dressing.