The Rules for application of bandages on Knee (triangular bandage) in first aid-“First Aid”

The Rules for application of bandages on Knee (triangular bandage)  Bend the knee through 90 degree. Place the bandage over the front of the knee with the apex on the thigh. Cross the ends, take them upwards and bring them form back of the thigh to the front the thigh. Tie them together.

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The Rules for application of bandages on Elbow (triangular bandage) in first aid-“First Aid”

The Rules for application of bandages on Elbow (triangular bandage) Bend the elbow through 90 degree. Place the apex of the triangle on the upper arm and the middle of the base on the forearm. Cross the other two ends in front of the elbow and round the arm and tie them above the elbow.

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The Rules for application of bandages on Chest (triangular bandage) in first aid-“First Aid”

The Rules for application of bandages on Chest (triangular bandage) Place the center of the bandage over the chest, its, apex over the shoulder on uninjured side. Carry the other two ends backwards and tie them over the back in such a way that one end to the apex. Tie the longer end to the apex. Reverse the procedure of if the injury is on the back.

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The Rules for application of bandages on Hand (triangular bandage) in first aid-“First Aid”

The Rules for application of bandages on Hand (triangular bandage) Place the bandage on a surface and put the hand over it, the fingers directed towards the apex of the triangle. Turn the apex back over the fingers. Cross the other two ends backwards and tie them over the apex on the back of the hand near the wrist. Pin the point over the knot.

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The Rules for application of bandages on Scalp (triangular bandage) in first aid-“First Aid”

The Rules for application of bandages on Scalp (triangular bandage) Place the folded bandage on the forehead at the level of the eyebrows. Take the two ends backwards. Cross them over the body of the bandage hanging over the nape of the neck and tie them over the forehead. Bring the free and forward and tack it.

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The Rules for application of bandages on Arm sling in first aid-“First Aid”

The Rules for application of bandages on Arm Sling A triangular bandage is used. It is prepared from a 90 cm square of linen, cut diagonally. Place the apex of the triangle under the injured elbow. Take the upper end around the back of the neck. Take the lower end up and tie it to the upper end around the neck using a reef knot. Bring the point at the...

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The Rules for application of bandages on Foot in first aid-“First Aid”

The Rules for application of bandages on Foot Start bandaging with simple spirals above the ankle. Pas the bandage longitudinally from the heel to the great toe. Make several such loose turns. Make simple spirals around the foot beginning with the toes.

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The Rules for application of bandages on Ankle in first aid-“First Aid”

The Rules for application of bandages on Ankle A figure of eight bandage is applied to the ankle if the heel has to be uncovered. Start bandaging with circular turns higher than the ankle. Cross the bandage obliquely over the instep and under the sole, circling up round the back of the lower leg above the ankle. Repeat the circles in figure of eight. Fix the bandage by circular turns...

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The Rules for application of bandages on Amputation Heel in first aid-“First Aid”

The Rules for application of bandages on Amputation Heel The heel is bandaged with a convergent or divergent spica. Begin bandaging at the protuberance of the heel. Put the subsequent turns higher and lower than the previous ones, partly over lapping them. Fix these turns by an oblique turn across the sole.  

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The Rules for application of bandages on Amputation stump in first aid-“First Aid”

The Rules for application of bandages on Amputation stump The heel is bandaged with a convergent or divergent spica Begin bandaging at the protuberance of the heel. Put the subsequent turns higher and lower than the previous ones, partly over lapping them. Fix these turns by an oblique turn across the sole.  

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The Rules for application of bandages on Lower limb in first aid-“First Aid”

The Rules for application of bandages on Lower limb The thigh is bandaged in the same way as the arm and shoulder. While bandaging the upper part of the thigh it can be fixed passing a spica round the pelvis. The leg is bandaged by a spiral bandage with reverses passing down below to the joint. The knee joint is bandaged with a covergent or a divergent spica. A convergent...

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The Rules for application of bandages on Chest (cruciform bandage) in first aid-“First Aid”

The Rules for application of bandages on Chest (cruciform bandage)  For the right breast make turns of the bandage obliquely from the right to left round and below the breast. Pass the bandage upward from right to left over the shoulder should be on the side and bring it obliquely round the back down to the right axilla. Wind the bandage round the chest covering the lower part of the...

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