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Jan 29, 2014 ... Dr. David M. Gonzalez, sports medicine specialist with The San Antonio Orthopaedic Group, demonstrates how to apply an elastic bandage ...
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Feb 11, 2015 ... Dr. Kevin Kirk, orthopedic foot and ankle surgeon at The San Antonio Orthopaedic Group, demonstrates how to apply an ACE wrap to your ...

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Mar 30, 2016 ... Each time you wrap, reverse the direction of the diagonal to make a criss-cross ... Apply an ace bandage if you have a muscle or joint injury.

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Learn how to properly wrap an ace bandage on extremities to support joints, or reduce edema. ... Nursing 101 › Cardiovascular Nursing › Apply an Ace Bandage  ...

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How to Apply Ace Wraps to the Legs. 1. Use a 4 inch ace bandage for the foot and lower leg. A 6 inch ace bandage might be best for adult thighs. (In children ...

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Instructions. Roll up the elastic bandage if it isn't already rolled up. Hold your ankle at about a 90-degree angle. Start where your toes meet the body of your foot.

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An ace wrap is an elastic bandage that comes in different sizes. ... These directions may be used to wrap the bandage around your hand, wrist, elbow, or knee. ... You see redness that was not present when the bandage was first applied.

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APPLY AN ELASTIC COMPRESSION BANDAGE to reduce edema and help stabilize an injury, such as a ... Wrap the limb in a distal to proximal direction.

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An elastic bandage puts gentle, even pressure on the tissue around an injury to decrease pain and swelling. It also gives ... You see redness that was not there when the bandage was first applied. You have ... Next → Aftercare Instructions.