An Army officer then used his belt to make a tourniquet on Munley's leg.
The tourniquet on the left leg went just above the knee, below which there was nothing but torn flesh and a length of bare bone.
A bystander had placed a belt on his arm to act as a tourniquet.
Another Afghan police officer used a towel as a tourniquet to stop the bleeding.
A tourniquet should be placed above wound, and medical assistance sought at once.
In the case of a dog bite, the tourniquet is loosened at once.
Thrice that night they hurled the Greek Fire at us, and four times shot it from the tourniquet cross-bow.
However, the wound should be plugged before loosening the tourniquet.
tourniquet had not the heart to move and give Scribble a thrashing, or he would have done so.
As they ran along beside him Carmena untwisted her revolver from the tourniquet.
tourniquet tour·ni·quet (tur'nĭ-kĭt, tûr'-)
A device, typically a tightly encircling bandage, used to check bleeding by temporarily stopping the flow of blood through a large artery in a limb.