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triangular bandage

triangular bandage in Medicine

triangular bandage tri·an·gu·lar bandage (trī-āng'gyə-lər)
n.
A piece of cloth cut in the shape of a right-angled triangle and used as a sling.

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  • Care must be used in applying the triangular bandage to have it smooth and firm, folding the loose ends into pleats evenly.

  • This may be made of the triangular bandage, or of a triangular piece of cloth, torn from your shirt.

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  • Fractures, how to recognize and treat them temporarily; bleeding, and how to treat it; the use of the triangular bandage.

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