Sterile wrappings to cover wounds.
Skin provides a natural covering for the body, keeping the insides in and the outsides out. However, nothing is invincible, and when skin gets breached, tiny microbes from the outside rush in and the blood from the inside rushes out. Skin repairs itself over time, but it often could use some help. Sterile bandages are wrapped or taped onto wounds to prevent any more dirt, dust, and microbes from getting into the wound. The pressure applied by the bandage also suppresses bleeding and accelerates the healing process. Bandages have been in use since the time of the ancient Greeks, although recent advances in hygiene and the understanding of bacteria have made bandages safer and cleaner to use.
Found in first-aid kits and often sold separately.
How to obtainEdit
They restore the least amount of health of all the medical items, but are the most common. They can be found in clinics, hospitals, and first aid kits throughout Union City.