What is a finger bandage called?
A fingertip bandage is a type of first aid bandage. It is an adhesive wound dressing specifically designed to fit the contours of a fingertip. It has an hourglass shape to avoid awkward folding and loss of adhesion when wrapped around a finger.
What is a finger bandage used for?
They are commonly used to hold dressings in place and to provide compression for swelling reduction and joint support. Chefs choose health and safety compliant blue tubular bandages in catering settings, too.
How do you wrap a wound on your finger?
Cover the cut with an adhesive dressing or other sterile, compressive dressing. Don’t wrap the finger too tightly so that blood flow is completely cut off. Elevate the finger. Try to keep the injured figure above your heart as much as possible until the bleeding stops.