The bandage was very neat and tight.
“There, there,—let me fix this bandage.
However, Zimmern said, "even that was putting a bandage on a really bad wound."
“Taking a shower can be excruciating, then a two hour bandage change after that.”
Underneath, a soggy bandage covered his groin.
He sat in front of a mirror and wound a bandage around his right hand.
Doctors placed a gas bubble in his eye to act as a "bandage" for his retina, he said.
The moment he removes the bandage from his eye prompts the most gorgeous passage in “Heaven”:
If it is a leg injury, immobilise it by securing it to the uninjured leg with a triangular bandage.
The nurse pulls off the bandage covering his back, revealing a moist red hole as wide as a tennis ball.
It should be kept clean and dressed with an antibacterial agent and a fresh bandage at least once a day.
Paint a little water where Pudsey’s bandage should sit, from between his ears to the left side of his face.
If so, I’d scour the shelves for something to spit into—a bandage or some gauze or a sterile eye pad would do.
Others came with pillows and blankets and bandages to try stop the bleeding, but gunshot wounds are hard to compress with a bandage.”
—Lay your arm out upon the back of the sofa, my dear boy, and I’ll sit down here, and get the bandage off so gradually that you shall not know when it comes.
Football's protocols allow someone who has a cut that is seeping through a bandage that has just been put on to carry on playing and then he has to go off again 20 minutes later because he can't head a ball.
He never knew that Sid lay nightly watching, and frequently slipped the bandage free and then leaned on his elbow listening a good while at a time, and afterward slipped the bandage back to its place again.
I have always observed that they bandage people’s eyes who penetrate enchanted palaces, for instance, those of Raoul in the Huguenots, and really I have nothing to complain of, for what I see makes me think of the wonders of the Arabian Nights.”
I feel like a spy in disguise as I walk the streets of Frenchtown, hidden behind the scarf and the bandage, making my way through the chilled morning, pausing on the corners, watching the people come and go, and then moving on when I feel their eyes on me filled with either pity or curiosity.
Michael Lawlor, a senior national inter-agency liaison officer with Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service (GMFRS), said if firefighters had been allowed into the scene of the bombing sooner, they would have been able to bandage serious blast wounds and help paramedics take the injured to waiting ambulances.
- wrap around with something so as to cover or enclose
- a piece of soft material that covers and protects an injured part of the body
- dress by covering or binding
Example: The nurse bandaged a sprained ankle
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Michael Lawlor a senior national inter-agency liaison officer with Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service GMFRS said if firefighters had been allowed into the scene of the bombing sooner they would have been able to bandage serious blast wounds and help paramedics take the injured to waiting ambulances