Bandages

Though The terms ‘dressing’ and ‘bandage’ are often used to mean the same thing,  In fact, the term ‘dressing’ refers more correctly to the primary layer in contact with the wound

A bandage is a piece of material used either to covering wounds, to keep dressings in place, to applying pressure controlling bleeding, to support a medical device such as a splint, or on its own to provide support to the body. It can also be used to restrict a part of the body.

Dressing

Dressings are used to cover wounds, prevent contamination and control bleeding.

In providing first aid we commonly used self-adhesive dressings or gauze dressings :

  • Adhesive dressings are used mainly for small wounds. They come in many different sizes,

including specific types for placement on fingertips.

  • Gauze dressings are thick, cotton pads used to cover larger wounds. They are held in place with

tape or by wrapping with a gauze strip (bandage).

Dressings must be sterile and absorbent to deter the growth of bacteria and should be left in place

until the wound heals, unless it needs to be regularly cleaned.

Bandage

The three major types of bandages are:

roller bandages (a long surgical bandage rolled up for convenient application),

tubular bandages (tubular bandage is used for a wide variety of applications. It is used to retain wound dressings and padding material, as well as to protect the skin under plaster and synthetic casts and compression bandages and

triangular bandages. ( Triangular Bandage are primarily used for

  • Sling (Arm or Elevated) This is the most common use for a triangular bandage. …
  • Head Injury. Typically, a roller bandage is used to treat head injuries. …
  • Sprained Ankle. …
  • Tourniquet. …
  • Bleeding Wounds. …
  • Splint for Broken Legs. …
  • Eye Injuries. …
  • Fractured Jaw

all Bandages from Roller Bandages, Triangular bandages, and Tubular Bandage are necessary for :

  • covering wounds,
  • applying pressure controlling bleeding, or
  • supporting a strain or sprain.

There is a specific bandage made for each of these tasks

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bandages  are pieces of material used either to support some form of  medical device such as a splint or dressing, but it can also be used  on its own to provide support to or to restrict the movement of a part of the body. When used with a dressing, the dressing is applied directly on a wound, and a bandage used to hold the dressing in place

Conforming Bandage – 100mm x 4.5mconforming bandage
Conforming Bandage – 150mm x 4.5mspandex crepe bandage
Crepe Bandage 50mm x 4.5m with 2 metal clipselastic adhesive bandage
Crepe Bandage 75mm x 4.5m with 2 metal clipsorthopaedic padding bandage
Crepe Bandage 100mm x 4.5m with 2 metal clipstriangular bandage  non woven
Crepe Bandage 150mm x 4.5m with 2 metal clipstriangular bandage calico
spandex crepe bandageConforming Bandage – 50mm x 4.5m
Bandaging 100mm X 45mmband elastic
Bandaging 150mm X 45mband elastic adhesive
Bandaging 16Cm X 25m rollbandage
Bandaging 2.1 Cm 25mBandage Conform 100mmx4.5m
Bandaging 27Cm X 25m rollBandage Conform 50mmx4.5m
Bandaging 5.5Cm X 25m rollBandage Conform 75mmx4.5m
Bandaging 50mm X 45mBandages all types
Bandaging 63Cm X 25m rollConforming Bandage – 75mm x  4.5m

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