Gauze Bandage Ring Bandage
For smaller or cylindrical parts of the body, such as the hands, feet, wrists and forehead, also used for the beginning of all kinds of dressing. Roll up the bandage and hold it with your right hand. Spread the bandage about 8cm. Place the left bandage on the head of the bandage. The right hand will continue to band around the area. The number of rolls will be determined as required. The end of the bandage will be fixed with a twisted cloth.
Gauze Bandage Spiral Wrapping
It is used for parts with a uniform circumference, such as arms and fingers. From the distal end, two rolls are firstly bandaged, and then wound spirally at a 30° angle to the proximal end. Each roll overlaps with the previous roll of 2/3 and the end tape is fixed. In the absence of bandages or temporary splints for first aid, the weekly bandages do not cover each other and are called serpentine dressings.
Gauze Bandage Spiral Reverse Bandage
For peripheral areas, such as forearms, calves, thighs, etc., start with two weeks of circular bandages, and then do spiral bandages, and then use one thumb to hold down the center of the tape, and the other hand to take the tape from that point. Fold down and cover over 1/3 or 2/3 of the previous week. Each reflex must be arranged in a straight line, but each reflex should not
Gauze bandage bandage dressing
In the wound and bone protuberances.
Gauze bandage "8" dressing method
For shoulders, elbows, wrists, ankles, and other joints of the bandage and fixed clavicle fractures. Take the elbow joint as an example. First, apply 2 volumes in the middle of the joint. The bandage is wound around the joint first, and then the flexion is wound around the joint. The dorsal aspect of the limb is wound around the flexion of the limb and then it is wound on the upper part of the joint. The "8" character is continuously wrapped up and down in the joint. Each roll overlaps with the previous roll by 2/3. Finally, 2 rolls are wrapped around the joint and the tape is fixed.
Gauze bandage anti-back bandage
For the top of the head, the tip of the finger and the stump of the limb, a series of right and left or front and back anti-return dressings will cover all the parts to be covered, and then make a circular dressing for two weeks.