Dressing Wounds without Stitches
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Dressing Wounds without Stitches

Dressing Wounds without Stitches




      

Dressing Wounds without Stitches


Dressing Wounds without Stitches

Certain cuts may be dressed without stitches. Proceed as before up to the point of putting in the stitches, then roll up two pieces of gauze as long as the cut and about the size of a lead pencil. Lay these on either side of the wound quite close to it. With adhesive tape half an inch wide and four inches long begin two inches on either side of the wound and carry across, bringing the edges of the wound together. Place these strips half an inch apart until the wound is brought into line. Dress as before, except that you will have to omit the moist gauze, dressing with the powder entirely.

Moody, Charles Stuart. Backwoods Surgery & Medicine. New York: Outing Pub., 1916. Print.

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