- n the act of applying a bandage
- v wrap around with something so as to cover or enclose
- v dress by covering or binding
- The medics had not yet arrived, so soldiers were bandaging wounds themselves.
- To fight severe burns, modern medicine has experimented with all kinds of remediestannic acid (now in some disrepute), bandaging, baths, skin grafting, diet, even hypnosis.
- But it does not go far on its own, and must instead be removed manually through a daily bandaging routine.
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- Kids learn about careers in camp
HENDERSON, Ky. (AP) -- For about an hour, a Henderson Community College classroom was transformed into a makeshift first aid center where middle school-aged kids bandaged up their fellow camper's imaginary wounds. Surveying the somewhat lumpy bandaging jobs of the students, Kristin Card, a health and safety instructor for Christian County Red Cross, told the kids it didn't matter if it looked ...
July 1, 2013 - WHAS TV11 Louisville
- Nicole Kidman in TransWorldNews (press release)
It was very scary, I broke some ribs so that was pretty painful - even though I seem to have a high pain threshold. The bandaging was quite heavy so I guess that might be what started people talking,Kidman says. "I told them, 'You've got...
- Joe Sestak in Delaware County Daily Times
I see this as the Delaware Valley taking a major step forward and not just bandaging an issue, but actually saying there's a comprehensive way to resolve it,Sestak said.