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A USEFUL EYE BANDAGE

A USEFUL EYE BANDAGE An eye bandage, which I have used for some time and which possesses certain distinct advantages, may be described as follows: The proximal end of the bandage for about 6 inches is placed obliquely over the eye that is not to be bandaged (A); on the forehead over the eye to be bandaged, it is reversed (B), and a turn or so is taken around the forehead in a direction away from the bandaged eye. Then it is brought up under the ear and over the eye to be bandaged, the first turn being made close to the nose (C). The bandage is then completed by making alternate turns around the forehead and over the bandaged eye (D). The last turn must be around the forehead (D) and the distal end is then tied to the proximal end (E) which frees the unbandaged eye (F). The advantages of the bandage http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png JAMA American Medical Association

A USEFUL EYE BANDAGE

JAMA , Volume 85 (17) – Oct 24, 1925

A USEFUL EYE BANDAGE

Abstract


An eye bandage, which I have used for some time and which possesses certain distinct advantages, may be described as follows:
The proximal end of the bandage for about 6 inches is placed obliquely over the eye that is not to be bandaged (A); on the forehead over the eye to be bandaged, it is reversed (B), and a turn or so is taken around the forehead in a direction away from the bandaged eye. Then it is brought up under the ear and over the eye to be bandaged, the first turn being made close...
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Publisher
American Medical Association
Copyright
Copyright © 1925 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved. Applicable FARS/DFARS Restrictions Apply to Government Use.
ISSN
0098-7484
eISSN
1538-3598
DOI
10.1001/jama.1925.26710170001012
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Abstract

An eye bandage, which I have used for some time and which possesses certain distinct advantages, may be described as follows: The proximal end of the bandage for about 6 inches is placed obliquely over the eye that is not to be bandaged (A); on the forehead over the eye to be bandaged, it is reversed (B), and a turn or so is taken around the forehead in a direction away from the bandaged eye. Then it is brought up under the ear and over the eye to be bandaged, the first turn being made close to the nose (C). The bandage is then completed by making alternate turns around the forehead and over the bandaged eye (D). The last turn must be around the forehead (D) and the distal end is then tied to the proximal end (E) which frees the unbandaged eye (F). The advantages of the bandage

Journal

JAMAAmerican Medical Association

Published: Oct 24, 1925

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