protective bandage


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protective bandage

A bandage that covers a part or keeps dressings in place.
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But special head-gear arrived at United's training ground on Friday afternoon and when he strolled out of the tunnel wearing his new protective bandage, he showed he is still willing to put his body on the line for this club.
The protective bandage cover was removed without disturbing the immobilizer after 7 days.
Cover please: Andy Murray gets coach Brad Gilbert to help wrap his right wrist in a protective bandage before the Scot begins practice for his assault on the Wimbledon title; No arm done: Murray grins after feeling no ill-effects after his work-out
As for his chances this week, Mickelson was understandably playing them down, given the wrist injury that is forcing him to use a protective bandage.
We'll just play it by ear and see what happens," he says, before jumping into the outer chamber for a further three minutes at a seemingly tropical - 60C with the protective bandage he earlier wore over his scar now removed.
Placed directly over the sore, it adheres to the cheek or gum and forms a protective bandage that stays in place for several hours.
Shearer had four stitches at Charlton following an accidental clash with Hermann Hreidarsson, and he will wear a protective bandage against Panionios.