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How to choose the bandage?

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Do you need the knowledge to bandage wounds? Most standard first aid kits come with sterile gauze pads, absorbent bandages, tape, sport bandages and triangle bandages, as well as regular bandages. In an emergency, you can use any clean, absorbent material as a bandage. Treatment of deep wounds with bandages, treatment of severe wounds, burns and protruding bones all require slightly different techniques. Before you use the bandage, make sure you know the correct way to proceed. I’d like to expand on the methods of choosing suitable bandages for you next.


Here is the list of the article:

l When should you use bandages?

l What size bandage should you choose?

l How to use bandages?

When should you use bandages?

Strip bandages are available in various sizes and types. These bandages are ideal for covering small cuts and abrasions and minor wounds. These bandages are particularly effective for wounds on your hands and/or fingers because they can easily cover small wounds, but when applied to unusual angles, they can be firmly attached to the wound.


When the wound is too large to be covered with a bandage, it is best to wrap the wound with gauze and an elastic bandage. These bandages are very suitable for larger wounds on the limbs, such as arms or legs, because the bandages will be neatly wrapped around the limbs.


Bandages are used for fractures and dislocations. Not all bandages are used to wrap wounds. You can also use bandages to wrap broken bones and dislocations. If you have experienced a fracture, dislocation, arm problem, or other internal injuries, you can use a bandage to support and fix it. Use a bandage to cover the internal injury. The only difference is that you don't need to use any gauze or dressing. A special type of bandage is used for these injuries (as opposed to band-aids or similar bandages). A typical triangular bandage, T-shaped bandage, or used for support. Suspected fractures or dislocations can be used in this way.

What size bandage should you choose?

Strip bandages come in single-size packages and multiple-size packages. When choosing a bandage, make sure that the part of the bandage filled with gauze is larger than the wound itself.


The elastic bandage/packing design does not cover the wound. Before wrapping the bandage, you need to apply sterile gauze to the wound. Make sure that the gauze covers the wound. It is best to use a gauze pad that is slightly larger than the wound. If necessary, you can apply tape to the outside of the gauze pad and fix it with a bandage until it is wrapped with an elastic bandage. Similarly, you can apply ointment to the wound to help disinfect and heal the wound.

How to use bandages?

Different types of bandages are used in different ways. The strip bandage only needs to be attached to the wound, the elastic bandage needs to be neatly wrapped around the limbs, and the triangular bandage needs the help of a doctor. If you want to learn more about how to use bandages, you can read other articles of our company.

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