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Minor surgery and bandaging

Minor surgery and bandaging

Keyword-Optionen: Medicine  Internal medicine  Cardiology 
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1899 Excerpt: ...and wiped with a sterilized gauze pledget, and after any hemorrhage which is present is controlled by the use of ligatures, if the wound be au extensive or deep one, provision should be made for drainage by introducing a drainage-tube or a few strands of sterilized catgut at the bottom of the wound, allowing the extremity to project from the most dependent portion of the wound. In superficial incised wounds, after the hemorrhage has been controlled, it is not usually found necessary to make any provision for drainage. If the wound be a deep one, involving the muscles and deep fascia, buried sutures of catgut or silk should be applied to approximate the muscles and fascia, and if important nerves or tendons have been divided their ends should be brought into apposition by sutures of catgut or sterilized silk; the superficial portions of the wound should next be brought together by the introduction of a number of interrupted sutures, catgut, silkworm-gut, silver wire or silk being employed for this purpose; the accurate apposition of the edges of wounds of this variety is secured by the introduction of a number of sutures placed closely together. After a wound of this variety has been closed the subsequent dressing is accomplished by covering the surface of the wound with a piece of sterilized protective or silver foil a little larger than the wound; over this is placed a pad of antiseptic gauze, composed of ten or twelve layers, which has been soaked in a 1:-000 bichloride solution, and over this is laid a pad of dry antiseptic gauze of the same thickness, overlapping the wet gauze by a few inches in all directions; a few layers of bichloride cotton are next applied over the gauze dressings, and the whole dressing is secured in position by the application of...

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