Adhesive plaster is an obligatory attribute of a first-aid kit located at home, in the glove compartment of a car or at a dacha. And all because no one is immune from accidental microtraumas. Often hands are hit. It is important not only to apply a plaster, but also to make sure that the wound is reliably protected, and that the plaster itself does not hinder movement. There are several tricks, knowing about which, it is easy to impose a comfortable bandage from the patch, even without assistance. The main thing is to have scissors on hand, and the rest is a matter of technique.
The main thing - do not get rid immediately of the protective layer.
Having given a butterfly plaster the shape of a butterfly, it is convenient to impose it on the upper phalanx of the thumb.
This is done in 2 stages: first, the protective film is removed from the top, and then from the bottom.
The result is a kind of “thimble” that reliably protects the wound and does not limit movement.
After cutting out the letter H from the plaster, it is convenient to seal the wounds that are in the fold.
On one side of the finger in this case there will be a solid piece of plaster, and on the other - sticky “clasps”.
The finger is securely protected - at the same time it does not stop bending.
More details and nuances in the video: