1920 Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)  
and is drawn under the band and knotted, a free end being left which is also held by the patient (Fig. 2) . 3. The roller is passed back and forth over the top of the head, on each side passing under the free end held in the patient's hand. The dressing is thus covered and held in place. Enough for this purpose, and no more, need be applied (Fig. 3) . 4. The roller is tied to the free end on one side, passed around the base of the head to the other free end and knotted again, and again around
more » ... and again around to the starting point, making a second secure band at the base. The free ends and the roller are cut off.
doi:10.1001/jama.1920.26220370002009a fatcat:w2aqabqyxrbxdpf7wr75abeyqu