. Operative surgery. Fig. 648.—Listers tourniquet. Fig. 649.—Esmarchs tourniquet applied. around a stout rod or stick one inch or so in diameter and twelve incheslong, which is placed immediately below the umbilicus and held in positionby an assistant. It can be held in position, and the pressure still further increased, byseveral turns of a rubber bandage carried over it and around the body(Fig. 050). If the elastic traction around the body be objectionable, a longer stick

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. Operative surgery. Fig. 648.—Listers tourniquet. Fig. 649.—Esmarchs tourniquet applied. around a stout rod or stick one inch or so in diameter and twelve incheslong, which is placed immediately below the umbilicus and held in positionby an assistant. It can be held in position, and the pressure still further increased, byseveral turns of a rubber bandage carried over it and around the body(Fig. 050). If the elastic traction around the body be objectionable, a longer stick
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