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Display all pictures. Recommended to be used during rehabilitation period. Indications: thumb fracture or injury, ligament strains, tendonitis, in case of first metacarpal-phalangeal injury, ligament strains, tears, hemarthrosis, arthrosis, first metacarpal bone and phalanx fractures.
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Protect your thumb joint with a thumb bandage from injury during exercise or overuse. A thumb splint alleviates pain and discomfort caused by overwork. You can protect your thumb during illnesses or after operations, so that it gets better faster.
Accidents happen and it's not uncommon to cut yourself with a knife in the kitchen or while working on a project around the house. This is First Aid and there are four easy steps you need to follow: stop the bleeding, clean the wound, apply an antibiotic, and bandage it. Sounds easy enough, right?
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Once the bandage is in place, take the end and wrap from the inside of your wrist, around the heel of your thumb, and across the back of your hand toward the tip of your pinky finger. Then, wrap all four fingers and cross it diagonally along the back of the hand. Continue by wrapping the wrist again and repeating the loop around your hand.
Finger and toe injuries are common, and can include everything from minor cuts and scrapes to more serious wounds that damage bones, ligaments, and tendons. Sometimes medical attention is needed, but in many cases, finger and toe injuries can be cared for at home. Properly applying a bandage to an injured finger or toe can help to prevent infection, promote healing, and provide stability to the injured area.