Instructions for use
The mesh bandage is a new member of the medical bandage family. It breaks through the concept of traditional bandages and is designed with a brand-new idea. The advantages of elastic stockings are fully applied to the bandage. The bandage does not need to go round and round. Winding. Select a certain type of mesh elastic bandage according to the size of the fixed part, and cut the bandage proportionally: (fixed part length: mesh elastic bandage ===4:1), and then organize it according to the actual shape of the fixed part, like wear Just like socks, just "put on" them. Instead of traditional bandages, the mesh tube type makes nursing work very simple and convenient, making the work more efficient; very economical: the material cost is only one-third to one-fifth of the traditional bandage; it can make the wound larger The range is breathable, which is conducive to recovery; full of elasticity, bends to any complex shape, suitable for the care of any part of the body. The fixation of traumatic bandages on any part of the body, especially those parts where the bandage is inconvenient to fix. Used in medical care, home self-rescue care, outdoor sports, field first aid, sports, post-operative care, and various sports injuries. It has a great auxiliary treatment effect on extremity sprains, soft tissue rubs, joint swelling and pain, especially for the treatment of veins The swelling control after the removal of varicose and bone injury plaster can achieve a certain rehabilitation effect.
It is used for small or cylindrical parts of the limbs, such as hands, feet, wrists and forehead. It is also used at the beginning of various dressings. Roll the bandage upwards, hold it with your right hand, unfold the bandage about 8cm, fix the head of the bandage with your left thumb to the part to be bandaged, and bandage the part in a continuous ring with your right hand. The number of rolls depends on your needs. Fix the end of the bandage with a twisted cloth.
Used for parts with approximately equal circumferences, such as upper arms, fingers, etc. From the distal end, wrap the two rolls in a circular ring, and then spirally wrap at a 30° angle toward the proximal end. Each roll overlaps the previous roll by 2/3, and the end tape is fixed. In the absence of bandages for emergency treatment or temporary fixation of splints, the bandages do not cover each other weekly, which is called snake bandaging.
Spiral reflex bandaging
Used on parts with different circumferences, such as forearms, calves, thighs, etc., start with two rounds of circular bandaging, then spiral bandaging, and then press the middle of the tape with one thumb, and turn the tape from that point with the other hand Fold down to cover 1/3 or 2/3 of the previous week. Each reflex must be neatly arranged in a straight line, but each reflex should not be at the wound and bone protuberance.
"8" shape bandaging method
It is used to bandage and fix clavicle fractures in shoulder, elbow, wrist, ankle, and other joints. Take the elbow joint as an example. First, wrap 2 rolls in the middle of the joint. The bandage is first wound above the joint, then under the joint through the flexion side, and then through the dorsal side of the limb to the flexion side of the limb and then above the joint, and so on. Wrap up and down the joints continuously in the shape of "8", each roll overlaps the previous roll by 2/3, and finally wrap 2 rolls above the joint in a ring shape, fixed with tape
For the top of the head, finger ends and limb stumps, it is a series of left-right or front-to-back bandaging. After all the bandaged parts are covered, make a ring bandage for two more weeks).
1. The injured person should be properly positioned.
2. The affected limb is placed in an adapted position, so that the patient can keep the limb comfortable during the dressing process and reduce the patient's pain.
3. The affected limb must be bandaged in the functional position.
4. The packer usually stands in front of the patient in order to observe the facial expression of the patient.
5. Generally, it should be bandaged from the inside out, and from the telecentric end to the trunk. At the beginning of the dressing, two circular dressings must be made to fix the bandage.
6. Master the bandage roll when dressing to avoid falling. The bandage must be rolled and placed flat on the bandaged area.
7. The weekly pressure should be equal during dressing, and not too light to avoid falling off. It should not be too tight to avoid circulatory obstacles.
8. Except for patients with acute bleeding, open trauma or fracture, the area must be clean and dry before bandaging.
9. Rings, gold chain bracelets and watch necklaces are removed before bandaging.