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 corner which followed was flicked by Kjaer into the dangerzone, where Barkley - head bandage now removed - cleared.
Your son would need to wear a large head bandage for about a week and his ears would be sore for a couple of days.
She didn't even need a head bandage (mind you this was Weatherfield General where they performed brain surgery on Sarah-Lou without having to shave off any hair).
Santos was involved in an incident with McInnes although it seemed Keith Curle was the guilty party in a head butt that led to McInnes needing a head bandage and stitches in a cut eyebrow.
Your daughter would need to wear a large head bandage for about a week and her ears would be sore for a couple of days.
Santos was involved in an incident with McGuinness although it seemed that Curle was the guilty party in a head-butting incident that led to McGuinness later continuing with a head bandage and requiring stitches to an eyebrow cut at the end.
He was still trying to look macho in his head bandage while plotting a ruthless revenge on Mark Fowler when his mum Dot arrived to get him off to sleep.
Davies revealed that defender Shaun Teale - who played the latter stages sporting a head bandage - will need eight stitches after a clash with Ally Mitchell.
No neck brace or head bandage - just all business as he tries to reconstruct his Celtic career.
While definitely going on the offensive, to be honest if you were relying on a former England player to hammer home to the FIFA top brass the fact that this country is their best bet then perhaps Terry Butcher, complete with bloodied head bandage, might have been a better choice.
The training shoes and the head bandage might still be the same but, underneath it all, Rab is a new man who now insists: "I can get high on a sunset.
Kris Commons 4 No neck brace or head bandage - just all business as he tries to reconstruct his Celtic career.