down over the chest. Fold the bandage to the desired width, carry the ends around to the back, and secure by tying (fig. 4-35).
Figure 4-36.Triangular bandage for the hip or buttock.
TRIANGULAR BANDAGE FOR HIP OR BUTTOCK. Cut or tear the point, perpendicular to the base, about 10 inches. Tie the two points around the thigh on the injured side. Lift the base up to the waistline, fold to the desired width, grasp the ends, fold or roll the sides to store the excess bandage, carry the ends around the waist, and tie on the opposite side of the body (fig. 4-36).
Figure 4-35.Triangular bandage for the chest.
TRIANGULAR BANDAGE FOR SIDE OF CHEST. Cut or tear the point, perpendicular