An Army officer then used his belt to make a tourniquet on Munley's leg.
The tourniquet on the left leg went just above the knee, below which there was nothing but torn flesh and a length of bare bone.
A bystander had placed a belt on his arm to act as a tourniquet.
Another Afghan police officer used a towel as a tourniquet to stop the bleeding.
A tourniquet should be placed above wound, and medical assistance sought at once.
As they ran along beside him Carmena untwisted her revolver from the tourniquet.
Thrice that night they hurled the Greek Fire at us, and four times shot it from the tourniquet cross-bow.
The tourniquet had slipped and the wound was bleeding again.
tourniquet had not the heart to move and give Scribble a thrashing, or he would have done so.
In the case of a dog bite, the tourniquet is loosened at once.
tourniquet tour·ni·quet (tur'nĭ-kĭt, tûr'-)
A device, typically a tightly encircling bandage, used to check bleeding by temporarily stopping the flow of blood through a large artery in a limb.