triangular bandage tri·an·gu·lar bandage (trī-āng'gyə-lər)
A piece of cloth cut in the shape of a right-angled triangle and used as a sling.
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.
Fractures, how to recognize and treat them temporarily; bleeding, and how to treat it; the use of the triangular bandage.