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*  Occlusive dressing
An occlusive dressing is an air- and water-tight trauma medical dressing used in first aid. These dressings are generally made ... They are also used in conjunction with a moist sterile dressing for intestinal evisceration. Occlusive dressings come in ... The test animal is shaved and the test material is applied to the skin and wrapped in an occlusive material. The skin is then ... On the loss of a fingernail or thumbnail, the area under the eponychium (cuticle) can be packed with this type of dressing to ...
*  Professional Medical Film
... occlusive dressing treatment; skin grafting; air treatment; importance of preventing contamination of wound and changing ... primary closures and dressings (12 min., color). PMF 5305 (1956) - Debridement - Part II - Wounds of the Extremities; Eight ... Local care of burned patients in dressing and operating rooms; essentials of supportive care; cleansing wound; debridement of ... dressings (15 min; color). PMF 5320 (1959) - Management of Burns - Part III, Skin Grafting; Skin grafting of limbs, hands, and ...
*  Dermatitis
Occlusive dressings at night may be useful. There is little evidence for antihistamine; they are thus not generally recommended ...
*  Outdoor Emergency Care
Application of occlusive dressings, bulky dressings, et cetera. Obtaining medical histories, physical, and neurological ... Controlling external bleeding through application of direct pressure, elevation, hemostatic dressings, and tourniquets. ...
*  Adhesive bandage
It may or may not be waterproof; if it is airtight, the bandaid is an occlusive dressing. The adhesive is commonly an acrylate ... Some of the dressings have antiseptic properties. An additional function is to hold the two cut ends of the skin together to ... This is especially common in dressings used on blisters, as the gel acts as a cushion.[medical citation needed] Many people ... An adhesive bandage, also called a sticking plaster (or simply plaster) in British English, is a small medical dressing used ...
*  Amcinonide
Occlusive dressings may be used to supplement Amcinonide treatment, particularly when treating psoriasis. Amcinonide exhibits ... While these reactions are uncommon for most delivery vehicles, the use of occlusive dressings increases the likelihood of such ... More recently, however, the drug formulation itself has not been patented but ways to incorporate it into occlusive dressings ... with the peak of the curve coming approximately 12 hours after topical administration and covering with an occlusive dressing. ...
*  Tattoo removal
Post-operative wound care consists of simple wound care and a non-occlusive dressing. Since the application of laser light is ...
*  Lidocaine/prilocaine
The cream is applied under an occlusive dressing, while the patch incorporates an occlusive dressing to facilitate absorption ... The duration of anaesthesia is approximately two hours following removal of the occlusive dressing. It is important to note ... Local dermal anaesthesia is achieved after approximately 60 minutes, whereupon the occlusive dressing (or patch) is removed. ... they state that the duration of effective skin anesthesia will be at least one hour after removal of the occlusive dressing. ...
*  Infectious disease (athletes)
Athletes must cover areas of broken skin with an occlusive dressing before and during participation. Disposable vinyl or latex ... Wounds must be covered with an occlusive dressing that remains intact during play before athletes return to competition. Minor ... dry dressings, advise against sharing of towels, bar soap, and personal care items, disinfect surfaces that contact bare skin ...
*  Urea
If covered by an occlusive dressing, 40% urea preparations may also be used for nonsurgical debridement of nails. Urea 40% " ... Top-dressing is also popular on pasture and forage crops. In cultivating sugarcane, urea is side-dressed after planting, and ...
*  Danny Nightingale (British Army soldier)
He helped develop the "Nightingale Dressing", a large occlusive dressing used in the management of penetrating chest trauma. In ... "Nightingale Dressing". Prometheus Medical. Retrieved 30 November 2012. Morris, Steven (25 July 2013). "Danny Nightingale avoids ...
*  Equipment of a combat medic
Asherman chest seal, Bolin chest seal or Hyfin chest seal, as an occlusive dressing for sucking chest wounds. Nasopharyngeal ... Water Jel burn dressing Small sharps shuttle Trauma Shears Safety pins Battlefield Medicine Morphine Antibiotics Narcan, a ... Emergency Trauma Bandages, a newer version of the first aid pressure dressing. Kerlix gauze, for stopping hemorrhage, or ... creating a bulky dressing. Hemostatic agents, such as Celox, Hemcon bandages, and others. Some hemostatic agents are ...
*  Wound bed preparation
They also have the potential to be used in conjunction with a range of dressing materials which include occlusive dressings. In ... The application of dressings, topical negative pressure, compression garments and leg elevation/exercise have been identified ... apply manages wound pain and malodour does not cause pain on application compatible with a variety of available wound dressings ...
*  Central venous catheter
The catheter is held in place by an adhesive dressing, suture, or staple which is covered by an occlusive dressing. Regular ...
*  Clobetasol propionate
It has very high potency and typically should not be used with occlusive dressings, or for extended continuous use (beyond two ...
*  Fluocinonide
In certain cases, the physician may recommend the use of an occlusive dressing after application to increase the rate and depth ...
*  Transdermal continuous oxygen therapy
An absorbent dressing is then placed above the tube and an occlusive or semi occlusive dressing is placed over the entire wound ...
*  Debridement
Autolytic debridement can be achieved with the use of occlusive or semi-occlusive dressings which maintain wound fluid in ... Allowing a dressing to proceed from moist to dry, then manually removing the dressing causes a form of non-selective ...
*  First aid
... treated with an occlusive dressing to let air out but not in. Many accidents can happen at home, office, schools, laboratories ... whilst the parable of the Good Samaritan includes references to binding or dressing wounds. There are numerous references to ...
*  Negative-pressure wound therapy
The dressings used for the technique include open-cell foam dressings and gauze, sealed with an occlusive dressing intended to ... Foam dressings are used to fill open cavity wounds and can be cut to size to fit wounds. The foam dressing is applied, filling ... A dressing or filler material is fitted to the contours of a wound (which is covered with a non-adherent dressing film) and the ... The dressing type used depends on the type of wound, clinical objectives and patient. For pain sensitive patients with shallow ...
*  Orthopedic cast
The search for a simpler, less-time consuming, method led to the development of the first modern occlusive dressings, stiffened ... Plaster of Paris dressings were first employed in the treatment of mass casualties in the 1850s during the Crimean War by ... Large dressings were reinforced with pieces of wood. As time passed and the method moved more into the mainstream some ... These dressings required 2 to 3 days to dry, depending on the temperature and humidity of the surroundings. The substitution of ...
*  Acne
Prolonged use of salicylic acid over significant areas of the skin or under occlusive dressings is not recommended as these ...
*  Tacrolimus
... exposure Grapefruit juice Occlusive dressing Known or suspected malignant lesions Netherton's syndrome or similar skin diseases ...
*  Occlusion
Occlusive, a stop consonant in which the vocal tract is blocked so that all airflow ceases Occlusive dressing, an air- and ... water-tight trauma dressing used in first aid Occultation, when one object is hidden by another object that passes between it ...
*  List of MeSH codes (E07)
... occlusive dressings MeSH E07.190.250 --- contraceptive devices, female MeSH E07.190.250.260 --- condoms, female MeSH E07.190. ... File "2006 MeSH Trees".) MeSH E07.101.074 --- bandages, hydrocolloid MeSH E07.101.150 --- biological dressings MeSH E07.101.650 ...
*  First aid kit
... used as an occlusive ( air-tight) dressing for sucking chest wounds, as well as a non-stick dressing Bandages (for securing ... Burn dressing, which is usually a sterile pad soaked in a cooling gel Adhesive tape, hypoallergenic Hemostatic agents may be ... with items such as bandages and dressings being found in the vast majority of all kits. Adhesive bandages (band-aids, sticking ... for blister treatment and prevention Dressings (sterile, applied directly to the wound) Sterile eye pads Sterile gauze pads ...