Image from page 66 of "Illustrated lectures on ambulance work" (1888)
Authors: Roberts, R. Lawton
Publisher: London : Lewis
Contributing Library: Francis A. Countway Library of Medicine
Digitizing Sponsor: Open Knowledge Commons and Harvard Medical School
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Fig. 8—The Reef-knot. using them as I mentioned in connection with roller ban-dages ; and, above all, the manner of applying them can belearnt with the greatest facility. THE TKIANGULAR BANDAGE. 37 These bandages are nothing more than triangular piecesof calico or linen, measuring about 4 feet at the lower borderand 2 feet 10 inches at the sides ; and any number of them
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Granny. may be readily cut out of ordinary unbleached calico. More-over, they can be readily improvised on emergency by simplyfolding good-sized pocket handkerchiefs or neck handkerchiefsacross into triangular shape, and so forming true handkerchief
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