head bandage


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head bandage

Any bandage applied to the head, usually by wrap-around technique, that uses bony prominences as anchors or stays, and that carefully and completely covers the site of injury or the suture line.
See also: bandage
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The youngster had to wear a full head bandage for 10 days after the operation.
Ater Rodelin had a shot from distance collected by Howard and Gueye scuffed wide, Ross Barkley - sporting a head bandage after being treated for an injury above his eye early on - swung a free-kick over the Lille bar.
No neck brace or head bandage - just all business as he tries to reconstruct his Celtic career.
He re-emerged wearing a huge head bandage, having had five stitches to seal his wound.
In the picture, I am the man with the head bandage and John is holding the drip.
To top it off, Akinfenwa has to wear a big head bandage to protect a wound with 12 stitches in it, but he is not complaining.
And despite nursing a blood-stained head bandage, midfield terrier Gattuso inspired his side to a 3-1 win.
Although the authentic head bandage worn by Ariel Sharon has political significance, the goal of our collection of religious, historical, and other unusual items is to make headlines worldwide and we want to continue to capitalize on this unique way to get exposure.
The striker was more physical than usual; perhaps the head bandage inspired him to impersonate Rambo.
Called Stranger Things Have Happened, it will award 10 points for every streaker, foul throw, drop ball, hat-trick or head bandage worn by a player.
Kris Commons 4 No neck brace or head bandage - just all business as he tries to reconstruct his Celtic career.
And Sinfield, who finished wearing a blood-soaked head bandage, would be well within his rights to point an accusing finger at his teammates for their poor performances during the last visit of rugby league's showpiece event to the Welsh capital before a return to Wembley.