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First aid: RKKA bandages and medic tools

Article about: Hello, wanna start a new thread, where members can post all Soviet wartime / prewar medic items. There are mine: First aid antiseptic bandage, dated 1944. First aid bandage, dated 1941. Made

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    Hello, wanna start a new thread, where members can post all Soviet wartime / prewar medic items. There are mine:

    First aid antiseptic bandage, dated 1944.

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    First aid bandage, dated 1941. Made in Kiev.

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    Every bandage has an instruction for use on the front / back.

    Nowadays not easy to find, compared with German or US bandages.

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    No material to add to the thread, but I definitely like the 1944 bandage!
    William

    "Much that once was, is lost. For none now live who remember it."

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    Hello Wadim,

    That's a great idea !
    I had one 2 years ago found in Normandie between alot of German bandage, I'll look if I still have the picture.

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    Found it !
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    This шприц "реко́рд" - record syringe I found in a German relic military shop. It is in an untouched condition and probably still working. Used for morphine and other injections.
    You can put 2 gr. liquid inside. It was made in the 40s by Ленинградский завод Красногвардеец (Red guardsman factory in Leningrad), one of the biggest Soviet factories for medic tools during wartime.

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    Some examples :
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    Others :
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    Dressings first-aid kit, personal

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    Instructions for use:

    1) Take a bandage over the end indicated by the colored thread
    2) Open the bandage, touching the pads only from the designated colored thread or strip
    3) When applying the bandage on perforating wound, movable pad to push so that it lies opposite the outlet opening wounds.
    4) Putting the pads on the wound, it is necessary to wrap them with a bandage.
    5) End of the bandage secure with pins.

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    Dressings individual package

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    1) Break the shell on the notch and remove it
    2) From the folds of the package take out the pin
    3) Grasp one hand on the bandage, and the other hand - for the pad, and then expand the bandage.
    4) impose on the wound pad, the side to which is not touched by hand.
    5) When the wound went right through, push the pad and cover them both wounds.
    6) Wrap the bandage over the pads, and the end of the bandage secure with pins.

    Sorry my bad english

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    thanks for the translation.

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