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  Sports Medicine Advisor 2005.4: How to Use an Elastic Bandage
A bandage is a good reminder that you have an injury and should not overdo it.
The bandage is not sturdy enough to provide a lot of support, so it is possible to re-injure yourself while playing a sport or exercising with an elastic bandage on.
Be sure not to put the bandage on too tight as this may cause swelling on the body part away from the bandage.
www.med.umich.edu /1libr/sma/sma_aceband_sma.htm   (468 words)

  Elastic bandage with tension indicator - Patent 5779659
A bandage as claimed in claim 6, wherein the geometrical pattern is formed with a yarn of a color contrasting to that of the remainder of the bandage.
A bandage as claimed in claim 9, wherein the geometrical pattern is formed with a yarn of a color contrasting to that of the remainder of the bandage.
The bandage according to the invention is advantageous in that it provides a direct visual indication of the attainment of a particular extension (and hence of a certain tension in the bandage, giving rise to a certain sub-bandage pressure), without the need for a quantitative estimation of the limb circumference.
www.freepatentsonline.com /5779659.html   (2338 words)

 How to Remove Bandage Adhesive From Skin | eHow.com
To remove a bandage from a wound that should not get wet, blow hot air from a hair dryer on the tape for a few seconds.
To distract a child before removing an adhesive bandage, draw a funny face on the bandage.
Bandages should be changed whenever dirty or wet.
www.ehow.com /how_17989_remove-bandage-adhesive.html   (607 words)

 Epinions.com - Compare Prices and Read Reviews on ACE Elastic Bandage with e-z clips at Epinions.com
We are told that it provides firm support and compression for strains and sprains, that the bandage will retain its elasticity even after washing it (It is machine washable.) and that there are wrapping instructions inside the package.
The advantage to the bandage is that it does stretch quite a bit so you can wind it many times.
She bought an elastic bandage and even with stretching it could not get enough length to really secure her knee.
www.epinions.com /content_78949551748   (866 words)

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After the start of the latest Iraqi conflict some three years ago, I told you about the one of the newer and most effective technologies developed by Oregon-based HemCon to stanch bleeding and promote clotting: A bandage made with chitosan, a natural protein found in shrimp shells.
About the size of a square coaster, the bandage not only creates a seal to stop bleeding, it promotes clotting (by producing a positive charge attracting blood cells and platelets that carry a negative charge), has antibacterial properties and, unlike other wound treatments, it doesn't burn healthy skin.
These bandages are already paying dividends, thanks to HemCon's recent donations to local EMTs, particularly for seniors taking anticoagulant drugs and being far more prone to wounds that require even more expensive transfusions.
www.mercola.com /blog/2006/sep/29/an_awesome_natural_blood-clotting_bandage_made_with_shrimp_shells   (441 words)

 BAUER BANDAGE | Wound Care Dressing | Sorption Covering Bandage
This bandage is excellent for the treatment of bedsores, varicose ulcers, diabetic ulcers and defects, decubitus ulcers, burns, impetigo traumatic changes, infected operation wounds, secreting infected wounds, excreting tumor defects, abcess wounds and other problems.
The Bauer Bandage is absorbent, soft, porous and permeable, extremely effective for absorption of organic matter, micro-organisms, toxins and unpleasant odor.
Bandages and wound coverings are perhaps oldest and most taken-for-granted part of wound treatment.
www.bauerbandageusa.com   (256 words)

 Popular Science | HemCon Bandage
And though gauze is often no match for spurting wounds, the bloodthirsty HemCon Bandage is: It contains positively charged chitosan molecules, extracted from shrimp shells, that attract negatively charged red blood cells.
As the cells are pulled into the bandage, they create a tight-fitting plug over the wound.
The bandage made its debut in the 2003 Iraq war and was FDA-approved for nonprescription use in August.
www.popsci.com /popsci/bown/2003/article/0,18881,537023,00.html   (140 words)

 Pressure Bandage
The purpose of the pressure bandage is to protect the injured area and control bleeding without constricting normal circulation.
Generally, the longer a bandage is to remain in place, the greater the amount of padding needed.
If the bandage appears to be too tight, cut through the support layers, leave them in place, and wrap the new bandage around the first one more loosely.
bigfive.jl.co.za /pressure_bandage.htm   (1007 words)

 Plastic Bandages
Made with a pliable vinyl, each bandage is ventilated to aid in the natural healing process.
Bandage is sterile unless package is opened or damaged.
Our non-stick, ready-to-use spot bandages are just what the doctor ordered for the smallest of minor cuts and abrasions.
www.bandages-online.com /bandages/plastic.html   (371 words)

Our specially shaped fingertip bandage is made of a flexible fabric designed to stretch when you stretch while strong adhesive holds the bandage firmly in place.
Our specially shaped fingertip and knuckle bandages are each made of a flexible fabric designed to stretch when you stretch while strong adhesive holds the bandage firmly in place.
Our specially shaped knuckle bandage is made of a flexible fabric designed to stretch when you stretch while strong adhesive holds the bandage firmly in place.
www.bandages-online.com /bandages/fabric.html   (551 words)

 Bandage Instructions
The purpose of the bandage is to keep the area of the limb protected and immobile to allow healing of soft tissue or bone.
Keep the bandage clean and dry at all times - if the bandage becomes soiled or wet, it must be changed immediately to prevent infection of the skin underneath the bandage.
Check the bandage for foul odors - a bad smell coming from the bandage could indicate infection or a bandage that is cutting into the skin or rubbing the skin raw over bony areas.
www.lovinghands.com /Library/bandage_instructions.htm   (333 words)

 Bandage Summary
A bandage is a piece of material used to support a medical device such as a dressing or splint.
Other than an adhesive bandage, tape in its many varieties is probably the most commonly used bandage, but bandages can and often are improvised as needed.
A compression bandage is a kind of bandage designed to reduce the flow of blood to a particular area of the body by applying pressure there.
www.bookrags.com /Bandage   (622 words)

The bandage must be applied smoothly, evenly and with the right amount of tension so as not to interfere with circulation or put undue pressure on vital structures.
Cover the sole using a figure-8 bandaging pattern, cris-crossing the fabric over the bottom of the foot and extending it up around the sides of the hoof and pastern until the padding is completely covered.
When bandaging, use enough pressure to keep the bandage securely in place, but never wrap so tightly that you cannot easily slip a finger between the top of the bandage and the leg.
www.dclahdvm.com /Articles/hoofbandage.htm   (936 words)

 Resources & Activities: New Words
living bandage, skin cells are scraped from a patient, often from the thigh area, and cultured in a laboratory on specially designed plastic discs.
Living bandages could also have a major application in the treatment of long-term skin damage caused by pressure sores and ulcers, circulation problems, or conditions such as diabetes.
bandage, has taken ten years to develop, and is the result of a collaboration between researchers at Sheffield University and a spin-off biotechnology company called CellTran.
www.macmillandictionary.com /New-Words/041011-living-bandage.htm   (351 words)

 DefenseLINK News: Army-developed Bandage Stops Bleeding   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Laboratory tests of the bandage have convinced Holcomb and others that the revolutionary dressing could prevent at least 20 percent of battlefield deaths attributed to bleeding.
Applied to a large open wound, the bandage softens and attaches itself to the wound, interacting with the body's blood and causing rapid coagulation.
In operating rooms, it could be used to stop severe bleeding, such as on the liver." You can leave the bandage inside, he said, because the body breaks it down and absorbs it over time.
www.defenselink.mil /news/Dec1998/n12161998_9812163.html   (460 words)

 Equisport Equine Support Bandage @ Kyhorse.com
Equisport bandage is particularly useful for horses returning from injury, horses with severe rundown, and as a prophylactic support of young horses or horses prone to injury.
Equisport™ Equine Support Bandage was developed as an equine athletic support bandage for limb soft tissue and bone injuries that need more support than is provided by a regular elastic bandage.
Equisport support bandage is intended for use as an elastic wrap to provide support or compression, or to secure dressings or devices.
www.kyhorse.com /store/bandages/equisport.htm   (190 words)

 Applying Hock Bandages
Horses also tend to react more to a hock bandage than a lower leg bandage, and may be inclined to kick, fight or fidget.
Because of the bandage's location, you will need materials that readily conform to the shape of the hock and permit movement without slipping or loosening.
Begin a figure 8 pattern 3ust below the point of the hock by extending the bandage from inside the leg below the point of the hock to the outside of the leg above the point of the hock.
www.dclahdvm.com /Articles/HockBandages.htm   (1043 words)

 BBC NEWS | Technology | Smart bandage to help diabetics
Created for diabetics, the bandage would be studded with tiny sensors and send data to clinicians via the net.
But Dr Ejskjaer believes the intelligent bandage is an idea that is ripe for exploitation in the telemedicine systems of tomorrow.
But an intelligent bandage, if it could be developed successfully, would remove the need for home visits, though for now the prototype is missing an important component - a digital nose.
news.bbc.co.uk /2/hi/technology/3637258.stm   (604 words)

 www.bandagerock.com | The Official Bandage Website
Also, Paul, former lead singer and guitarist of Bandage, is going to be doing a solo album with many Bandage songs and a couple of covers including: Green Day - Good Riddance (time of your life), and Red Hot Chili Peppers - Californication.
He says that the other members are both acting childish and are the reason Bandage wasn't going well to begin with.
Bandage is very, very excited to announce that we now have a new, up-and-coming drummer named Kevin Robinson.
www.bandagerock.com   (1220 words)

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The bandage requires minimal extension in the application, and is therefore particularly suited for use in confined spaces and where no assistance is available.
Like existing bandage the ELAD is not appropriate for the chest or abdomen (areas that are impossible to compress) but it proved to be very effective in controlling bleeding from body regions lying outside the protection of bulletproof vests in soldiers.
The bandage is currently produced in small quantities for Dr. Naimer use and for experimental purposes but if mass produced, it's price can easily go down to about 1 dollar per bandage.
www.isracast.com /Articles/Article.aspx?ID=53   (1268 words)

 Emergency Bandage - First Care Products
The sterile, non-adherent bandage applies pressure to the site, is easily wrapped, secured, and acts as a tourniquet in cases of severe bleeding.
The emergency bandage is so easy to use that even an injured person can apply the bandage with only one hand.
The bandage is deployable by an injured soldier, combat medic, or untrained first responder.
www.bestglide.com /Emergency_Bandage.html   (444 words)

 How to Properly Clean and Bandage Cuts, Scrapes and Abrasions - Associated Content
The pressure of the bandage is often enough to stop bleeding that isn’t severe.
People often think bandaging wounds is as simple as slapping on an adhesive bandage, but it’s crucial to care for and bandage wounds properly.
Bandages should be available in various sizes, and the gauze pads on the bandages should be covered with nonstick material.
www.associatedcontent.com /article/18966/how_to_properly_clean_and_bandage_cuts.html   (612 words)

 Johannes Friedrich August von Esmarch (www.whonamedit.com)
A procedure for obtaining a preoperative condition of bloodlessness using the Esmarch bandage.
A mask with a metal frame with strips of gauze stretched across the centre and a rubber cover on the outside, which was used for giving chloroform or ether by inhalation.
It is illustrated by admirable diagrams, showing the different methods of bandaging and dressing, as well as the surgical operations as they occur on the battlefield.
www.whonamedit.com /doctor.cfm/2870.html   (753 words)

 BAND-AID® Brand Liquid Bandage Frequently Asked Questions   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Brand Liquid Bandage is applied to the cut or scrape using the Activator, it will quickly dry to create a protective seal on the wound.
Liquid Bandage is sterile and is not flammable.
Because Liquid Bandage creates a flexible, breathable seal that keeps out water, dirt and germs to help prevent infection, it is made to bend/flex as you move and is better described as a protective seal that promotes fast healing.
www.bandaid.com /liquid_faq.shtml   (1014 words)

 ScienCentral Video News: Battlefield Band-Aids
But now, scientists have created a bandage that is actually able to clot a bullet wound in less than a minute.
The bandages are laced with a mixture of ground shrimp shells and vinegar, a concoction that has been found to clot blood instantly.
The bandages were developed by HemCon, Inc., which develops and markets technologies to control severe bleeding for traumatic skin and organ injuries.
www.sciencentral.com /articles/view.php3?article_id=218391915&cat=2_4   (863 words)

 Emergency Bandage
The Emergency Bandage is designed for quick and easy application by professional and non-professional caregivers, injured soldier, combat medic, or untrained first responder personnel to provide effective, multi-functional treatment.
The Emergency Bandage’s sterile, non-adherent pad applies pressure to any site, is easily wrapped, secured and has an additional application, similar to a tourniquet, to further constrict blood-flow.
The elastic bandage uses the rigid shape of the pressure bar to change direction while bandaging, thus affording the caregiver more options for effective dressing of the wound.
www.botac.com /ficaemba.html   (572 words)

 Innovative Bandage for Hard-to-Heal Wounds Now Available in the U.S.
The new bandage has proven successful for healing diabetic ulcers, varicose ulcers, decubitus ulcers, bedsores, pressure sores, burns, infected surface wounds, operation wounds, surface traumas, and certain other conditions and defects.
It is pure, activated carbon in textile form so it is pliable, flexible, conforming, and the carbon is woven tightly so it remains as an absorptive covering and does not enter the wound, even though it stays in direct contact with the wound.
A sorption covering bandage that is made of activated carbon textile.
www.prweb.com /releases/2006/10/prweb447732.htm   (564 words)

 Boston Foundation for Sight : Scleral Lens, Dry Eyes, Keratoconus, Corneal Transplant, Lasik, Optometrists, ...
The key to its effectiveness is the artificial tear-filled reservoir that it maintains over the diseased cornea, the principal focusing lens of the eye and the most sensitive tissue of the human body.
By functioning as a soothing and healing liquid eye bandage, this device relieves the pain and light sensitivity of severe dry eyes and chronic corneal inflammation while nurturing the healing of erosions and ulcers even in eyes that have failed to respond to all other available treatments.
By creating a virtual liquid bandage over their raw, fragile corneas, the Boston Scleral Lens virtually eliminates their pain and light sensitivity and can greatly improves vision.
www.bostonsight.org   (1144 words)

 BAND-AID® Brand Liquid Bandage
BAND-AID® Brand Liquid Bandage creates a clear, flexible, breathable seal that keeps out water, dirt and germs to help prevent infection, so cuts are better protected and heal quickly.
The Liquid Bandage seal bends and flexes during movement and stays on better than ordinary bandages until it naturally sloughs off as the wound heals.
BAND-AID® Brand Liquid Bandage addresses many of the current unmet wound care concerns and is perfect for active people and everyone who wants superior protection and optimal healing.
www.jnj.com /innovations/new_features/BANDAID_Brand_Liquid_Bandage.htm   (373 words)

 Bandage Chosen as “Best in Science”
A bandage designed by Providence physicians and scientists specifically to curtail life-threatening bleeding on the battlefield has been chosen “Best in Science” in an annual listing by Popular Science magazine.
Initial reports from medics in the field have been extremely positive and indicate that the bandages successfully stop hemorrhaging from battlefield trauma.
The bandage is portable and can be self-administered, or easily used by a medic, who is generally the first responder to an injured soldier.
www.providence.org /phs/news/bandage.htm   (284 words)

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