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on Jul 30, 2012 Says :
very informative presentation on bandages and dressings.
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Slide 1 :
INTRODUCTION TO BANDAGING TECHNIQUES UPPER EXTREMITIES BANDAGES
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Institute of Nursing Theory and Practice, First Aid DRESSINGS PURPOSE OF DRESSINGS Control bleeding Prevent infection and contamination Absorb blood and fluid drainage Protect the wound from further injury
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Institute of Nursing Theory and Practice, First Aid DRESSINGS TYPES OF DRESSINGS GAUZE PADS packages of various sizes, sterile ADHESIVE STRIPS A combination of both sterile dressing and a bandage TRAUMA DRESSINGS Made of large, thick, absorbent, sterile material
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Institute of Nursing Theory and Practice, First Aid BANDAGES PURPOSE OF BANDAGES Hold a dressing in place Apply direct pressure over a dressing Prevent or reduce swelling Provide stability for an extremity Extend (e.g. broken bones)
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Institute of Nursing Theory and Practice, First Aid BANDAGES TYPES OF BANDAGES ROLLER BANDAGES Differ in sizes, material (cotton, gauze), Elasticity (non/elastic roller bandage) TRIANGULAR BANDAGES Consist of base, point and ends ADHESIVE TAPE Often use to secure bandages in place, different types (paper, dermatologic etc.) ADHESIVE STRIPS Used for small cuts, combination of a dressing and a bandage
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Institute of Nursing Theory and Practice, First Aid BANDAGES COMMONLY USED MATERIAL gauze cotton splints casts
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Institute of Nursing Theory and Practice, First Aid DRESSING/BANDAGE APPLICATION Communication with a patient Getting things ready Washing hands Comfortable position (patient/nurse) GLOVES ! Keep sterility if necessary/do not touch the wound Wound cleaning Dressing application Bandaging
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Institute of Nursing Theory and Practice, First Aid BANDAGES SIGNS THAT THE BANDAGE IS TOO TIGHT Blue tinge to the fingernail/toenail Blue or pale skin colour Tingling or loss of sensation Coldness of the extremity Inability to move the fingers/toes
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Institute of Nursing Theory and Practice, First Aid REPETITION Name 3 types of dressings? What is the purpose of bandages? Could you describe wound dressing application? What do you need to watch for in a tied up extremity?
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Institute of Nursing Theory and Practice, First Aid THANK YOU FOR YOUR ATTENTION Bc. Marie Bártová E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Consultations: Monday 15.15 – 16.00
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