Esmarch

Es·march

(es'mark),
Johann F.A. von, German surgeon, 1823-1908. See: Esmarch bandage.

esmarch

/es·march/ (es´mark) Esmarch's bandage.

Esmarch

having to do with Johann Esmarch, a 19th century German surgeon.

E's bandage
an India rubber bandage applied upward around (from the distal part to the proximal) a part in order to expel blood from it; the part is often elevated as the elastic pressure is applied.
Esmarch plaster shears, scissors
see plaster shears.
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When a tourniquet was used, the leg was exsanguinated with an Esmarch bandage, and the tourniquet was inflated to 250 to 300 mmHg.
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Man kann in diesem Zusammenhang an seine Erlebnisse mit dem Tod seiner ersten Frau Constanze Esmarch im Jahre 1865 und dem Tod seines altesten Sohns Hans im Jahr 1886 denken.
HemaClear replaces traditional devices, completely eliminating the need for a tourniquet machine, tourniquet cuff, Esmarch bandage, Webril(TM) and stockinet.
Clot below the inguinal ligament is usually removed by applying an Esmarch bandage or the judicious use of a Fogarty catheter introduced in a retrograde fashion.
The extremity being operated on was exsanguinated with an Esmarch bandage and the pneumatic tourniquet inflated to a pressure of 450 mmHg.
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23) Each structure is tagged using a piece of Esmarch labeled with indelible ink using 2-0 silk.
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The limb to be blocked is exsanguinated with an Esmarch bandage or with elevation for 4-5 min.