How to Use Sterile Gauze Swabs

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Precautions for the use of medical gauze sheets.

1. Medical gauze sheets are disposable and cannot be reused.

2. The medical gauze sheet is made of cotton, which is flammable and should be kept away from fire sources and flammable materials.

3. The medical gauze sheet should be stored in a dry and ventilated place, not in a humid environment.

4. After the medical gauze block is used, for environmental sanitation, it cannot be discarded at will, and should be disposed of according to the requirements of the hospital or environmental protection department.

Bandaging method

Ordinary dressing

(1) After the rolling strip bandage is unfolded, one end is a and the other end is b. The right hand firmly grasps the rolling strip to hold the end of the band, and the bandage is attached to the patient's bandaging site.

(2) Fix the bandage first when dressing

A. The tape end is placed obliquely below the bandaged part, and the bandage is cerclaged;

B. Expose the oblique corner;

C, and then fold the oblique part down;

D, cerclage two to three circles.

(3) Fixing method after bandaging

A. Fix it with tape or nails;

B. Leave the bandage to an appropriate length,

C. Knot after cutting.

Ring bandage method

Used at the beginning and end of the bandage; fixing the end of the band; bandaging the small wounds of equal thickness such as the neck, wrist, chest, abdomen, etc. Operation steps:

(1) Wrap the bandage in a loop (not less than 2 weeks);

(2) The lower one completely covers the upper bandage;

(3) Reverse the burrs at the end of the bandage and fix it with glue or pins, or cut the middle of the end of the bandage and divide it into two ends, avoiding the injured area and tying it in place (the following bandages are fixed in this way).

Snake wrapping method (oblique stretch method)

It is used to quickly extend from one place to another for simple fixation and can be used for the fixation of splints.

Steps:

(1) Wrap the bandage in two circles;

(2) With the width of the bandage as the interval, the oblique lines are wound up and do not cover each other;

(3) Wrap the bandage in two circles again;

Spiral wrapping method

Used for wrapping parts with basically the same diameter such as upper arms, fingers, torso, thighs, etc.

Steps:

(1) Wrap the bandage in two circles;

(2) Slightly inclined (<30°), the spiral is wound upward;

(3) Cover 1/3~1/2 of last week every week;

(4) Wrap the bandage in two circles again and fix it.

(4) The fixation method is the same as the ring wrapping method.

Spiral reflex wrapping method (turning method)

Used for parts with different diameters such as forearm, calf, etc.

Steps:

(1) Wrap the bandage in two circles;

(2) Slightly inclined (<30°), the spiral is wound upward;

(3) Fold the bandage downwards every week to cover 1/3 to 1/2 of the last week, and the folded parts should be the same to make them in a straight line;

(4) Wrap the bandage in two circles again and fix it. Be careful not to fold over the wound or bony prominence.

"8" wrapping method

Used for parts of different diameters or flexed joints such as elbows, shoulders, hips, knees, etc.

Steps:

(1) After flexing the joint, wrap the joint at the distal end of the joint for two weeks;

(2) In the right hand, the bandage is bandaged from the lower right over the joint to the upper left, around the back, and then bandaged from the upper right (proximal end) across the joint to the lower left, making it an "8" shape, covering 1/3 of the last week every week ~1/2;

(3) Ring bandage for 2 weeks.

Return bandaging method

Used to bandage parts without tops such as fingertips, head, and amputation stumps.

Steps:

(1) Ring bandage for two weeks;

(2) Fold the bandage upwards with the right-hand perpendicular to the ring wrapping, cover the center of the stump first, then cover the left and right sides alternately, fix the folded part with the left hand, and cover 1/3~1/2 of the last week every week;

(3) Re-fold the bandage and wrap it in a ring for 2 weeks to fix it

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