Bandages, First Field Dressing; Johnson & Johnson Pty. Ltd.; 1942; 2017.21

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Port Macquarie Museum

Name/Title

Bandages, First Field Dressing

About this object

Three 'FIRST FIELD DRESSING' bandages packaged in sealed cotton wrappers. On the front are printed instructions to open and use the bandages, including a red diagonal arrow to indicate opening direction. Each packet contains a bandage and gauze pad.

Maker

Johnson & Johnson Pty. Ltd.

Maker Role

Manufacturer

Date Made

1942

Place Made

Sydney

Medium and Materials

Cotton

Inscription and Marks

Printed on the front of each package: ‘FIRST FIELD DRESSING / Tear apart the uncemented corner as indicated / by the arrow and remove the paper. / Take the folded ends of the bandage in each / hand, and, keeping the bandage taut, apply the / gauze pad to the wound, and fix the bandage. / In the case of head wounds when respirators have / to be worn, care should be taken to adjust the pad / so that it does not interfere with the fit of the face / piece. / DO NOT HANDLE THE GAUZE OR WOUND / Johnston & Johnson / PTY. LTD. SYDNEY / MARCH, 1942'.

Measurements

75mm L, 45mm W, 30mm Deep

Subject and Association Keywords

Wars

Credit Line

Donor: Mrs C Greentree

Object Type

Bandages

Object number

2017.21

Copyright Licence  

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