tie-over dressing

tie-·o·ver dress·ing

a dressing placed over a skin graft or other sutured wound and tied on by the sutures that have been left of sufficient length for that purpose.
Synonym(s): bolus dressing
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Historically, the primary dressings placed on the site of an auricular hematoma have included the tie-over dressing (made of gauze, cotton, sponge, or another material), Aquaplast thermoplastic material, (3,4) transcartilaginous sutures, gauze with tape, and simple bandages.