Translation of dressing in Spanish:

dressing

apósito, n.

Pronunciation /ˈdrɛsɪŋ//ˈdrɛsɪŋ/

noun

  • 1

    Medicine
    apósito masculine
    gasa feminine
    (bandage) vendaje masculine
    • According to Wells, use of the silver-ion formulations in wound dressings, urinary catheters, and other medical products can help to reduce infection.
    • Surgical dressings are covered for as long as they are medically necessary.
    • Care of the skin, good hygiene, control of skin diseases such as tinea pedis, and careful antiseptic dressings after minor wounds are all important.
    • At Strathclyde University, researchers have developed wound dressings and stitches containing waterborne viruses that kill the bacteria.
    • To ease his pain, morphine was administered and the medic started to apply a field dressing to the neck wound.
    • More recently, it was used in both world wars as an oral medicine for battlefield infections and as a wound dressing.
    • Make sure if you have open or infected wounds that these are kept covered with a waterproof dressing.
    • Then he covered it up with a soft dressing to keep the wound clean.
    • The fibers are also being used in dressings for wounds.
    • The wound is covered with a sterile dressing, and the surgeon or nurse will tell you how to look after it until it's healed.
    • Often, the wound will be covered with a dressing but left open to heal, especially if it is more than 6 hours old, as this is the best way to prevent infection.
    • Visitors are also to be told not to touch wound dressings, drips and monitors of the person they are visiting.
    • He undid the loose shirt he wore and showed her the angry red scars of the recently healed wounds and the dressings that still covered the deeper wounds.
    • A silver-ion material that prevents bacterial contamination has been used as an additive in a medical foam for wound dressings.
    • Charges for supplies used to clean the wound and reapply wound dressings, as noted on the home care progress notes, were estimated using a single distributor's price list for the first year of the study.
    • The new facility in Gargrave will be used to develop new advanced wound dressings and other new items.
    • For an acute burn which will be referred to a burn centre, cling film is an ideal dressing as it protects the wound, reduces heat and evaporative losses, and does not alter the wound appearance.
    • Stitches will hold it in place and, after covering the wound with a dressing, he can go back to work.
    • The text covers aseptic technique, local and topical anesthesia, wound dressings, sutures, and suturing techniques.
    • When the operation is complete, the incisions are closed with stitches and the four small wounds are covered with dressings.
  • 2

    (putting on clothes)
    her arthritis made dressing difficult le costaba vestirse a causa de la artritis
  • 3

    • 3.1Cooking
      (for salad)

      aliño masculine
      aderezo masculine
      • Chopped and mixed with salad dressing and pickles, Spam made a passable deviled ham.
      • The rest - salad dressing, ketchup, mustard - is too mundane to mention.
      • A handful of potato chips or a tablespoon of salad dressing each has about 100 calories.
      • We do have a home made, sugar free mint sauce and a home made oil and fat free vinaigrette salad dressing.
      • That's just a few cookies or 2 tablespoons of salad dressing, but it can add up to losing 20 pounds in one year.
      • It has a malty taste which may be disliked in salad dressing but appreciated in pickles.
      • And you can have some unsaturated fats like salad dressing, cooking oil, nuts, and avocado.
      • A fresh herb in any salad dressing really makes it sparkle.
      • Make your own salad dressing - simple olive oil, balsamic vinegar, and Dijon mustard whisked together is better than most prepared dressings.
      • But it offers one more reason to eat seafood a few times a week without worrying that the soy oil in your salad dressing will cancel out the seafood's benefits.
      • What's in your bottled salad dressing and mayonnaise?
      • Other enemies of silver include table salt, olives, salad dressing, eggs, vinegar and fruit juices.
      • It can be used in tea, as a substitute for brown sugar, for salad dressing, and for many other great things.
      • Now I end up with large pools of salad dressing and cream sauce on my plate, where it has run off my lettuce leaves and meat.
      • Maybe I should carry a little jar of hot fudge around with me, the way that some people carry around their own hot sauce or salad dressing.
      • But sugar is also in a lot of other places you may never even suspect - smoothies, salad dressing, iced tea, spaghetti sauce, even soup!
      • Below is a suggestion for a homemade honey mustard salad dressing.
      • Then flavour with crushed garlic, tomato purée, chilli or fresh herbs for dips or salad dressing.
      • Stay with vinegar-and-oil salad dressing, and when in doubt, ask for it on the side.
      • A dash serving of full-fat salad dressing is one tablespoon.

    • 3.2US Cooking
      (stuffing)

      relleno masculine
      • I'll be enjoying tomorrow with my family, eating way too much turkey and dressing, along with some fine sides and desserts.
      • Start turkey and dressing five hours before you expect to serve dinner.
      • Turkey and dressing are not on our list of dyes, but cranberries make a beautiful pink and red dye.
      • It's the reason so many of us end Thanksgiving dinner stuffed with turkey, dressing and sweet potatoes, but somehow manage to find room for pie.
      • I can't decide whether to have the traditional turkey and dressing, or to maybe do something like beef tenderloin.

  • 4

    (fertilizer)
    abono masculine
    • Give fruit trees and bushes a dressing of autumn fertiliser, low in nitrogen but high in potassium and phosphorous.
    • My ground was prepared exactly the same for both, same amount of stable manure, everything except the side dressing of Nitrate of Soda on one and not on the other.
    • A heavier than normal fertilizer dressing should be applied on paddocks that didn't receive nitrogen after the last grazing.
    • My task is the opposite of the big hammer approach - sweeping, cleaning, and applying autumn dressing and mulches to those plants that need it.
    • Feed with a high nitrogen fertilizer, and add side dressings of compost or aged manure to the soil to help promote rapid growth.
    • A light dressing of fertiliser in the middle of April will help to get the lawn going.
    • This plant is a heavy feeder, so a side dressing of compost every four to six weeks will give you optimum results.
    • Heavy feeders, sunflowers appreciate a side dressing of compost or fertilizer during the growing season.
  • 5

    • 5.1(for finishing of fabrics)

      apresto masculine
      • Most shoemakers work in big factories where conditions are usually unhealthy because of the noise and working with chemical substances such as glues, solvents and dressings.
      • It is important to ensure that the dressing is rubbed well into the fabric, and not allowed to remain thickly on the surface.

    • 5.2(of leather)

      curtido masculine