Definition of Oblique bandage
1. Noun. A bandage in which successive turns proceed obliquely up or down a limb.
Medical Definition of Oblique bandage
1. A bandage in which the successive turns proceed obliquely up or down the limb. (05 Mar 2000)
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Literary usage of Oblique bandage
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1. The Immediate care of the injured by Albert Sidney Morrow (1912)
"The spiral reversed bandage is used as a means of support and to retain dressings and splints. FIG. 67.—-The oblique bandage. ..."
2. A Text-book on Minor Surgery by John Colin Vaughan (1922)
"oblique bandage of the Eye.—A two-inch bandage is used. For the right eye the bandage is held in the right hand and two circular turns are made from left to ..."
3. A Complete Minor Surgery, the Practitioner's Vade Mecum, Including a by Edward Carroll Franklin (1882)
"Tbe oblique bandage. This bandage differs from the Circular, in that it ascends the limb rapidly and very obliquely, leaving an interval between the turns. ..."
4. Minor surgery and bandaging: Including the Treatment of Fractures and by Henry Redwood Wharton (1893)
"oblique bandage of angle of the jaw. to the angle of the jaw; it is now carried upward close to the edge of the orbit, ..."