fixed dressing

fixed dress·ing

a dressing stiffened with a substance that produces immobilization when it dries.

fixed dressing

a dressing usually made of gauze impregnated with a hardening agent, such as plaster of paris, sodium silicate, starch, or dextrin, applied to support or immobilize a part of the body. The dressing is soaked in water, applied to the part to be immobilized, and allowed to harden. See also cast, splint.

fix·ed dress·ing

(fikst dresing)
Bandage stiffened with a substance that produces immobilization when it dries.
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