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Dressing


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Nom de l'objet : Dressing
Type de l'objet : Field
Catégorie de l'objet : Tools and Equipment for Science & Technology
Sous-catégorie de l'objet : Medical & Psychological T&E
Matériaux : ink
fibre, cotton
Technique de fabrication : sewn
printed
Numéro d'accession : 2008.1.14a-b
Fabricant : Unknown
Nom du marchand : Unknown
Date de début de production : 19510000 Circa
Date de fin de production : 19760000 Circa
Description : Two field dressing kits with rectangular packaging with sealed edges. Printed instructions are written on the package.
Commentaires : Field dressings are bandages carried by soldiers for immediate use on the field. They consist of a large pad of absorbent material attached to a strip of fabric used to tie the bandage. Instructions on how to use the field dressings are included on the packages. One of the dressings was manufactured by the Kendall Company based in Toronto, Ontario. The other was manufactured by Johnson & Johnson
Nombre d'objets : 1
Nombre de parties composantes : 1
Étiquette ou poinçon : extract dressing
extract dressing
C.F.M.S./ Dressing, First Aid, Field/ Take hold of one of the tabs at either corner as indicated by the/ arrow
tear apart
and remove the paper cover along the/ brown surface. Take the folded ends of the brown bandage in each hand,/ and keeping the bandage taut, apply the gauze pad to the wound, and/ fix the bandage by tying the ends./ To make dressing cover large area, break both black threads with/ thumbnail and flip open. Tie the ends to secure the dressing./ The outer waterproof cover may be used over the dressing before se/ curing , where waterproofing or additional cleanliness protection is desired./ In the case of head wounds, when respirators have to be worn, care/ should be taken to adjust the pad so that it does not interfere with the fit/ of the face piece./ Do not handle the gauze pad or wound/ The Kendall Company/ ___ Division " Toronto, Ontario " M4B 1X2/ January, 1976 C.F.M.S./ Dressing, Shell, Mark III/ Take hold of one of the tabs at either corner as indicated by the/ arrow
tear apart
and remove the paper cover along the/ brown surface. Take the folded ends of the brown bandage in each hand,/ and keeping the bandage taut, apply the gauze pad to the wound, and/ fix the bandage by tying the ends./ To make dressing cover large area, break both black threads with/ thumbnail and flip open. Tie the ends to secure the dressing./ The outer waterproof cover may be used over the dressing before se/ curing , where waterproofing or additional cleanliness protection is desired./ In the case of head wounds, when respirators have to be worn, care/ should be taken to adjust the pad so that it does not interfere with the fit/ of the face piece./ Do not handle the gauze pad or wound/ Johnson & Johnson Limited
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