How to use the absorbent gauze bandage

How to use the absorbent gauze bandage


A skim gauze bandage is a medical product commonly found in clinical medicine and is often used to dress wounds or affected areas. Materials used to secure and protect the surgical or injured area are essential for surgery. The simplest one is a single shed, made of gauze or cotton, for the limbs, tail, head and chest and abdomen. The multi-bandage bandage is a bandage of various shapes made by part and shape. The material is a double-layer cotton cloth, in which cotton of different thickness can be sandwiched, and a cloth strip is arranged around it for knotting and fixing, such as eye bandage, back waist bandage, front Chest bandages, abdominal bandages and armor bandages. Special bandages are often used for fixation in the limbs and joints.


The absorbent gauze bandage has many uses, which can fix the dressing on the wound, control bleeding, fix and support the wound, and reduce swelling. There are three kinds of bandages, bandages, gauze bandages and triangular bandages. Today we are going to introduce the method of using the gauze bandage.


Skim gauze bandage


1. The absorbent gauze bandage is wrapped in a bandage:


1. Explain to the injured person what will be done and continue to comfort him;


2. Let the injured person sit down or lie down comfortably;


3. Lift the wound. It can be held up by the injured person or by someone who helps;


4. Wrap the bandage as far as possible in front of the injured person and from the injured side.


2. When the absorbent gauze bandage is wrapped in a bandage:


1. If the injured person is lying down, wrap the bandage through the natural depressions such as the step, knee, waist and neck. Pull the bandage forward and then gently up and down to position it. When wrapping the neck and upper torso, use the neck depression to pull the torso to the correct position:


2 When wrapping the bandage, the degree of tightness should be based on the principle of stopping bleeding and fixing the dressing, but not too tight, so as not to hinder the blood circulation at the end of the limb;


3. If the limbs are wrapped, the fingers and toes should be exposed as much as possible to check the blood circulation;


4. Make sure that the knot is not painful to the injured person; use a flat knot to tie the end of the bandage and do not knot the bones;


5. Regularly check the blood circulation of the lower limbs and release them if necessary.


Third, when using a bandage to fix the injured limb:


1. Add padding between the injured limb and the body, or between the two feet (especially the joint part). Use a towel, cotton or folded clothing as a cushion, and then put on a bandage to avoid dislocation of the broken bone. .


2. Bandage in the vicinity of the limbs, try to avoid bandaging at the wound.


3. The bandage should be tied to the front of the injured side, and should be avoided as much as possible. If the injured person is injured on both sides of the body, the knot should be hit in the center of the body, which is the least chance of causing further injury.