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->'''Belle''': Well, '''you''' should learn to control your temper. Now, hold still. This might sting a little.\\
''[presses cloth to wound; the Beast growls in pain]''\\
'''Belle''': By the way, thank you for saving my life.\\
'''Beast''': ''[stops growling]'' ...You're welcome.
-->-- ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast''

Jack suffered some minor injuries. All he needs is to have the scraps and cuts cleaned and bandaged -- maybe some antiseptic, or a few stitches, or a bandage. Fortunately, danger is no longer looming, and here comes Jill to do it; she is usually not TheMedic (though she can be), the injuries not being severe enough to require professional attention.

Like PostVictoryCollapse, if TheCavalryArrivesLate, this can keep Jack out of the way while they clean up all the loose ends.

Unlike the AfterActionHealingDrama (for serious wounds), it is [[ActionFilmQuietDramaScene a quiet moment]] after the battle or TheChase, or however he suffered the injuries. Therefore, even though he is not suffering PostVictoryCollapse, he will often react more strongly to the pain than during the thick of things -- with the humanizing effect of AfraidOfNeedles, in the antiseptic variation. Using iodine will get a particularly strong reaction.

Jill often has to tell him to hold still when she treats the injuries -- often with a warning, in advance, that it will hurt. If she doesn't sympathize with him -- either in general or because she disapproves of how he got injured -- she may briskly inform him not to be a baby. She may try to soothe him if she does feel sympathetic, particularly if they are still in enemy territory, and he needs to keep quiet. Expect a BandageWince or two.

Regardless of how she feels about him, she may inform him that [[FearLeadsToAnger it was really stupid]] to [[FearlessFool get into trouble]] in the first place, which [[{{Tsundere}} may or may not be followed]] by an acknowledgement of his courage, or even the SmoochOfVictory. Criticism is less likely if it was on her behalf, where appropriate gratitude may be expressed. She may, however, deny that his intervention was needed; that sometimes is true.

It also affords time for a tender moment after an action-packed scene (not to mention a ShirtlessScene), or merely for people to talk about discoveries made during the heat of battle. The first is usually a [[AlwaysMale man]] getting patched up by a [[AlwaysFemale woman]]; it often advances the FlorenceNightingaleEffect, but seldom goes all the way from nothing to love because it's only one scene. If not, or if there is no {{UST}}, it's commonly used for exposition, since they can talk. Or, of course, both, particularly if this gives a chance for the ScarSurvey. It can also be a PetTheDog moment to show one character cares what happens to the other -- especially convenient for TheStoic, since it does not require him to evince any emotion.

When there is no one around to help, SelfSurgery may come into play. It tends to be far less pleasant. If she doesn't have a bandage handy, the subtrope FromDressToDressing applies.

Contrast MinorInjuryOverreaction.
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!!Examples:

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[[folder: Anime and Manga ]]

* ''Manga/RanmaOneHalf:'' Happens [[FlorenceNightingaleEffect more than once]] between Akane and Ranma. The most notorious example happens in the [[MartialArtsAndCrafts martial ice-skating]] arc: he's moping after a fight because a man named Mikado gave him [[SacredFirstKiss his first kiss]], so Akane comes in to snap him out of his funk and bandage any wounds. This results in several [[AlmostKiss Almost Kisses]] between them before [[MomentKiller their families interrupt]].
* ''{{Berserk}}'': Casca does this with Guts three times, each at a different stage in their relationship: first [[TeethClenchedTeamwork when they are barely friends]], second [[FireForgedFriends when they reconcile and become friends]], and third [[TheyDo when they become lovers.]]
* In ''PrinceOfTennis'', Momoshiro receives this after winning against Sengoku with an injured leg. His sempai Inui, the one doing the patch-up work, can barely ''believe'' that Momo was able to even '''play''' with an injury like that.
* ''GunslingerGirl''. A [[LoveEpiphany significant change]] in the relationship between Hilshire and his cyborg Triela happens after she [[WeHaveToGetTheBulletOut removes a bullet from his chest]], after Hilshire is wounded carrying out an assassination mission he was supposed to assign to Triela.

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[[folder: Comic Books ]]

* A variation occurs in both the comic and film version of ''SinCity''. After the opening escape scene from the cops, Marv goes to Luceille's apartment to get patched up. He applies his own bandages since he snuck into her place but he is sure to ask her for meds.
* In ''ComicBook/AstroCity'',
** In "Safeguards", Nick Furst brings the narrator to the field hospital so she can get patched up. This, unusually, gives her time to reflect.
** Altar Boy is injured after TheReveal at the park. [[spoiler:The Crossbreed]] get him to safety and patch up his arm, and get him to rest for shock. They talk with him about what they learned.
** the police and ambulance show up after Steeljack brought down the villain, and the Honor Guard took him away. The [=EMT=]s treat Steeljack, and a policeman fills him in on what the Honor Guard has done.
* A gender-swapped version happens to Stephanie Brown/Spoiler, where her boyfriend Tim Drake (Comicbook/{{Robin}}) tends to her wounds as she talks about her villainous father.
* In ''[[Comicbook/ThePunisherMAX Punisher MAX]]'' #53, Frank is tied to a chair and ForcedToWatch the insane mercenary Barracuda threaten his newfound daughter. The next issue [[GilliganCut cuts to]] Punisher in the hospital in a full-body cast trying to piece together what he did during his UnstoppableRage from his injuries (and the [[ManBitesMan pieces of Barracuda's face stuck in his teeth]])
-->'''Punisher''': Well, my wrist is broken, so I guess I went insane and snapped the cuffs...
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[[folder: Fairy Tales]]
* In Creator/TheBrothersGrimm's ''Literature/BrotherAndSister'', after Brother is injured in the hunt, Sister treats the wound -- though she's much frightened, it's not so serious he can't go out the next day.
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[[folder: Fan Works]]
* Kurogane treats Syaoran's injuries in ''FanFic/{{Shatterheart}}'' after he gets jumped by a gang on his way home and after the disastrous chess finals.
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[[folder:Films -- Animated]]
* In ''Disney/BeautyAndTheBeast'', the Beast saves Belle from a wolf pack when she tried to flee the castle. Belle takes him back to the castle to treat his wounds. He still acts like a hothead and refuses to cooperate, until Belle actually thanks him for saving her life.
-->'''Beast:''' ...You're welcome.
* In ''Disney/{{Tangled}}'', Rapunzel treats Flynn's hand with her hair, after they escape drowning.
* In ''Disney/TreasurePlanet'', when Jim goes off to scout, Dr. Doppler insists on checking out Captain Amelia. Most of it occurs off-stage, but the UST implications are there. (At first it appears her injuries were more serious, since he uses a BridalCarry to get her to safety, but once she rests, the injuries do not hamper her.)
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[[folder:Films -- Live-Action]]
* The famous "Well, dammit, Indy, where ''doesn't'' it hurt?!" scene in ''Film/RaidersOfTheLostArk''
* After the beach house shootout of ''Film/TheKiller'', Ah Jong and Inspector Li Ying spend a scene tending one of the former's wounds, a gunshot to the arm, leading to Li using a bit of gunpowder from a shotgun shell and a match in order to cauterize the wound.
* After the Il Duce shootout from ''Film/TheBoondockSaints'', all three of the title characters have wounds to tend to, which is shown in a montage that includes a heated iron.
* ''BlackCloud'': Sammi does this to Cloud after his fight with Eddie.
* ''Franchise/{{Terminator}}'' franchise:
** In ''Film/TheTerminator'', Sarah Connor bandages Kyle after he gets shot.
** ''Film/Terminator2JudgmentDay'' has the scene with Sarah Connor removing bullets from the T-800's torso.
* A deleted scene in ''Film/JohnnyEnglishReborn'' has English giving a BadassBoast of the training he got in Nepal which gave him BallsOfSteel, then a GilliganCut shows him shrieking in pain as the LoveInterest treats his wound.
* ''Film/TheThirteenthWarrior''. The protagonist is being treated by a Viking woman who, on hearing his groans, tells him he's sounding like a woman, so he quips, "How come you're not doing it then?"
* ''Film/TheAmazingSpiderMan'' has a beat-up Peter Parker collapsing through his girlfriend's window, then recovering enough under her care that he manages an impromptu date.
* In ''Film/{{Excalibur}}'', after his first battle as king, Arthur is treated for his wounds by Guinevere, leading to his falling in love with her.
* A rare Film/JamesBond example occurs in ''Film/{{Octopussy}}'', where after the final ChaseScene Bond is seen recuperating from his wounds in a large rowboat, and the titular character comes along to check up on him, where it's revealed he isn't ''that'' badly injured...
* ''Film/BabylonAD''. BadAss mercenary Toorop winces as the woman he's [[LiveActionEscortMission escorting across the border]] patches him up, and they gibe each other over it. Rather than played for {{UST}} (that comes later) it's used to show how the characters are loosening up from their previous antagonism.
* Played straight, then subverted in ''Film/EdgeOfTomorrow'' where the protagonists are stuck in a GroundhogDayLoop, condemned to refight the same battle unless they can win the war by destroying the HiveQueen. Cage and Rita discover a helicopter in a farm that they can use for their mission, but before taking off Cage insists on treating Rita's injury. This leads to some mild flirtation, which Rita responds to by drawing her pistol, pointing out that she's in pain and suggesting they [[DeathIsCheap reset to the beginning of the time loop]]. Rita saw a close friend die over 300 times in a previous loop, so she has a phobia about getting too close to anyone. [[spoiler:Then she realises that Cage is doing this deliberately; he's played out this scene before and each time Rita dies when she takes off in the helicopter, so he's trying to stall for time until it's too dark to fly.]]
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[[folder:Literature]]
* In ''Literature/TheDresdenFiles'' Charity dislikes Harry. Nevertheless, she treats a cut he suffered.
-->''"I hear they make antiseptics that don't hurt these days. Charity used iodine."''
* In Creator/RobertEHoward's ConanTheBarbarian stories:
** In ''Literature/AWitchShallBeBorn'', much of how Salome took over is told by Valerius to Ivga while she tends his wounds, though they are unusually severe for this trope.
-->''Her soft, nimble fingers were again at work, gently cleansing and closing the gaping edges of his raw wounds. ''
** In ''Literature/ThePhoenixOnTheSword'', Conan gets patched up while recounting what happened. At one point, he has to reject the notion that he was delirous.
-->''Best stop your caterwauling and aid us to bind the king's wounds. He's like to bleed to death.''
* ''Literature/TheMemoryWars:''
** In ''Locked Within'', Roland explains how the supernatural world works during one of these scenes.
** In ''Silent Oath'', Nathan gets patched up by [[spoiler: his ex-girlfriend, after saving her baby]]. It's... tense.
* In the ''Wizard Heir'' books, two characters have nice moment like this.
* JudgeDee has one of the judge's lieutenants massaging a medicinal ointment onto the other's shoulders where he was hit by a club.
* In Creator/PGWodehouse's ''Summer Moonshine'', Jane remembers that Joe suffered his bruised knuckle on her behalf and offers to bathe it for him. He turns it down as too trivial a wound.
** In his JeevesAndWooster story "The Inferiority Complex of Old Sippy", Jeeves arranges a TapOnTheHead for Sippy, which causes Miss Moon to haste to help him, and their engagement.
* In Creator/DanAbnett's TabletopGame/{{Warhammer 40000}} novel ''Literature/BrothersOfTheSnake'', after the battle with the orks, Priad talks with Petrok while an apocathery tends his wounds, to tell him something he realized during the battle.
* In Creator/JRRTolkien's ''[[Literature/LordOfTheRings Fellowship of the Ring]]'', they are trudging away from Moria when Aragorn realizes that Sam and Frodo are too badly injured to walk. He and Boromir carry them to where they can camp, but once there, both hobbits turn out to need no more than this. The chief effect of this scene is TheReveal of Frodo's mithril shirt.
* Happens to ''Literature/ABrothersPrice'''s Captain Tern injured and tended by various Whistlers. [[spoiler: ''Twice''.]] For a HypercompetentSidekick, she gets hurt a lot.
* In RobinMcKinley's ''Literature/{{Sunshine}}'', Constantine carefully feeds the collapsed Sunshine after their escape.
* In Creator/EdgarRiceBurroughs's ''[[Literature/JohnCarterOfMars A Princess of Mars]]'', John Carter first actually meets Dejah Thoris after she's been struck across the face by a green Martian, and he immediately tends the wound, confusing her, because he had ignored (actually, not recognised) a signal for help earlier.
* In Creator/LJagiLamplighter's ''[[ProsperosDaughter Prospero in Hell]]'', Logistilla fusses over her brother Theo's injuries.
* In Creator/SarahAHoyt's ''Literature/DrawOneInTheDark'', Tom treats Kyrie's bite. He takes the occasion to warn her, at length, about what are the signs that she has to get more serious treatment.
* In MichaelFlynn's Literature/SpiralArm novel ''In The Lion's Mouth'', Donovan treats Ravn's wounds after they face the Frog Prince. He dismisses it as just following the directions of the medical system.
* In Creator/AletheaKontis's ''Literature/{{Enchanted}}'', when Rumbold arrives in the kitchen to find Sunday injured after the riot, a mousy girl is cleaning her wounds. This allows Rumbold to learn who she is, after he had gotten her her job.
* EvelynWaugh's ''On Guard'': "No Englishman, however phlegmatic, can have his hand dabbed with iodine without, momentarily at least, [[FlorenceNightingaleEffect falling in love.]]"
* In Creator/SeananMcGuire's ''Literature/OctoberDaye'' novels
** ''Rosemary and Rue'', when Lily treats Toby at her garden, and when Devin treats her at Toby's apartment, both instances are chances to talk.
** ''A Local Habitation'' after their car is hit by the gate, Gordan patches up Quentin and Toby; unusual, the talk only showcases Gordan's sharp-edged character.
** ''Ashes of Honor'', after going through the gate to ALH, Tybalt's injuries need treatment, and Toby goes to get him to it. A time for talk. (Until it is revealed that actually, [[AfterActionHealingDrama the injuries after all are serious]].)
* Often happens in ''Literature/WarriorCats'' after major or minor battles.
* In PatriciaAMcKillip's [[Literature/TheRiddleMasterTrilogy The Riddle-Master of Hed]], Astrin is attacked and wounded by a strange man on the plain. The voiceless Morgan patches him up. Used for {{Foreshadowing}}, and to make them justly paranoid
* In AndreNorton's ''Literature/DreadCompanion'', Kilda for Kosgro, in the notus grove. She even finds [[HealingHerb the notus helps with the inflammation.]]
* In AndreNorton's ''Literature/IceCrown'', after Nelis has been rescued, his men start a false trail to draw TheChase because of his injuries. Roane uses her medikit to patch him up.
* In Elizabeth Marie Pope's ''Literature/ThePerilousGard'', when he realizes that her hand is bleeding from the steel she used to protect herself from the Lady's spell, Randal insists on bandaging it up -- much to Kate's annoyance, since it interrupts her attempt to get information out of him, which is none too easy even without it.
* In AndreNorton's ''Literature/{{Catseye}}'', Kyger patches up Troy's arm after the attempted burglary, and talks of it. Troy tells him he knows of a novice in the Thieves' Guild who had acted suspiciously earlier.
* In AndreNorton's ''Storm over Literature/{{Warlock}}'', Thorvald treats Shann's injuries in the cave and after the forktail, and when arriving as TheCavalry, cuts Shann free and checks, fearing the worst after the Throg threat of ColdBloodedTorture. This is the clearest demosntration of {{FireForgedFriends}}ship until Shann's FieldPromotion.
* In Creator/RuthFrancesLong's ''Literature/TheTreacheryOfBeautifulThings'', the harpist treats Jenny's scraps from running through the woods.
* In Creator/JulieKagawa's ''Literature/TheIronDaughter'', Meghan bandages the wounds that Ash got from Rowan during their escape from the Unseelie Court.
* ''The Bronze Horseman'' by Paullina Simons. Tatiana and Alexander share their FirstKiss after he rescues her from the rubble of a bombed out train station and spends the night treating her injuries.
* ''ASongOfIceAndFire''. BadassAndChildDuo Sandor Clegane and [[TomboyPrincess Arya]] [[PrincessInRags Stark]] get into a fight with the Mountain's men during which Sandor sustains some life-threatening injuries. Arya helps [[HealItWithFire sterilise the wounds]] and bandage him up. Sandor, in great pain and full of remorse, ends up begging her for a MercyKill. Arya out of CruelMercy or [[FireForgedFriends a reluctance to kill Sandor]] refuses and rides off instead.
* In Creator/AndreNorton's ''A Brother To Shadows'', once inside after the assassination attempt, Zulzan insists Jofre take off his shirt and then treats the burn he suffered.
* In Creator/SandyMitchell's ''The Traitor's Hand'', Literature/CiaphasCain takes several occasions to help wounded troopers. Which gets him nicely out of the line of fire.
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[[folder: Live Action TV ]]

* This is Jack and Kate's first interaction in ''Series/{{Lost}}''.
* In the ''Series/{{Arrow}}'' episode "League of Assassins," after Oliver and the Canary's battle against three Assassins, Oliver performs some stitching on her back. Its used not really as a romantic moment, but more to show how BadAss the Canary is, and Felicity points out that she's not even flinching.
-->'''The Canary''': Pain and I came to a little understanding a few years back.
* Lampshaded and parodied in ''Series/{{Community}}'', when Jeff suffers an ACTUAL injury during the PaintballEpisode and Britta patches him up, commenting on how the "wounded soldier fantasy" clearly means they're moments from doing it. [[spoiler:They do it.]]
* PlayedForLaughs on ''Series/{{Angel}}'', when Cordelia is patching up vampire Angel from getting a rebar through his chest.
-->'''Cordelia''': Stop breathing.
-->'''Angel:''' I don't breathe.
-->'''Cordelia''': Then stop flexing your manly boob muscle.
** Definitely not played for laughs is Wesley treating Illyria in the GrandFinale rather than spend his last day alive doing whatever he wants. Since [[spoiler: Winifred Burkle died due to Illyria taking over her body]], Wesley has lost interest in life and so spends his final hours tending to what's left of his loved one.
* ''Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer''. Buffy and Angel's FirstKiss is preceded by the former bandaging Angel's shoulder ("Angel"). Similarly, an ice rink skirmish is followed by Buffy tending to Angel's bleeding, [[GameFace bumpy]] forehead ("What's My Line?, Pt. 2").
-->'''Angel''': You shouldn't have to touch me when I'm like this.\\
'''Buffy''': I didn't even notice.
** In "Helpless" when Buffy discovers [[spoiler:that Giles injected her with a drug that removes her superpowers on the orders of the Watcher's Council, she threatens to kill him if he ever touches her again. At the end of the episode, after Giles is fired for his "fatherly love" toward Buffy, she allows him to clean her forehead where she's bleeding.]]
** In "Never Leave Me" Buffy cleans the blood off Spike after kicking her vampire boyfriend in the face, then chaining him in the basement. This seemed [[DestructiveRomance rather symbolic of their relationship at the time]].
* Happens a couple of times in ''Series/TheXFiles'', since Mulder tends to get himself into stupid situations and Scully ''is'' a doctor.
* Gender-inverted on ''Series/DowntonAbbey'', where [[HelloAttorney Matthew]] tends to an injured [[SpiritedYoungLady Sybil]] after she's assaulted during a riot. Unusual in that it's used not to advance the relationship between the two of them, but between Matthew and Sybil's older sister Mary.
* Janine does this for Michael in "Eastenders" following his beating from Derek.
* In ''Series/TheCityHunter'', Yun Sung gets this after taking a beating from a congressman's son (Step One of an EngineeredPublicConfession); Na Na thanks him for attempting to defend her honor.
* At the start of the Granada ''Series/SherlockHolmes'' story 'The Final Problem', Watson is cleaning the wounds on Holmes's hand while Holmes narrates his meeting with Moriarty. Holmes yelps in pain when the iodine goes on, possibly emphasising his vulnerability. Holmes's wounds are mentioned in the original story but not treated 'on screen'.
* ''Series/MurdochMysteries'', "The Murdoch Identity": Detective Murdoch, suffering from IdentityAmnesia, gets shot in his arm. Anna Fulford helps him to find a sanctuary in her church, and she then treats Murdoch's wound. They end up kissing, but the kiss brings out memories of certain Julia, so Anna is only his might-have-been LoveInterest.
* ''Series/GameOfThrones''. Arya Stark cleans and sews up Sandor Clegane's neck wound in "Mockingbird". Given that all their previous interactions have involved either killing people or engaging in SnarkToSnarkCombat, it's their first moment of actual bonding.
* ''Series/{{Zoey 101}}'': after the guys are pounded by the football team, except [[ButtMonkey Mark]] who is left stuck in the basketball ring.
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[[folder:Newspaper Comics]]

* In ''PricklyCity'', after one of Winslow's attempts to fly, Carmen came hurrying up with a first aid box.

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[[folder:Roleplay]]

* In ''Roleplay/TheSydneyScroungers'', Seiko and Miranda's first meeting involves her coming back to her apartment... and finding him passed out bleeding on the couch. Rather than calling the cops or taking him to a hospital, she decides to patch him up and ask him some questions instead.

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[[folder: Tabletop Games ]]

* Tends to pop up in ''TabletopGame/DungeonsAndDragons'' as in-combat healing rarely outpaces the damage dealt, and stopping someone from doing damage is more efficient.

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[[folder: Video Games ]]

* [[MetalGearSolid3 Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater]] uses a SelfSurgery version of this to teach the player how to use the Cure screen. After being [[spoiler:thrown off a bridge]], Snake speaks to Para-Medic over his radio while lying in a quiet riverside meadow. It serves the same dramatic purposes in that it slows down the action and allows a little bit of flirtation, albeit from afar.
* In VideoGame/{{BinaryDomain}}, after a hectic level with nonstop action, Dan treats Faye's gunshot wound.
* Happens ''twice'' in ''HeavyRain'', when Madison patches Ethan up after each of the first two challenges. Ethan also suffers from PostVictoryCollapse (or possibly post-FAILURE collapse) after the second challenge, but there's little that Madison can do besides disinfect his wounds and wait.
* Implied in ''VideoGame/JaggedAlliance 2'', as all your [[TheMedic medically trained team members]] can do is stop bleeding. Restoring HP and removing any stat penalties incurred from getting hit in a particular location requires a full-sized medical kit and a fair amount of time, up to two or three in-game days if a merc has taken a really bad mauling.
* If your FireEmblem character is a healer, chances are they will have at least one support talk involving this.
** In FireEmblemAwakening, Henry gets this treatment from either Olivia (who's not a healer) or Maribelle (who is) in their supports. Similarly, Kellam is in the receiving end of this from Sully (again, not a healer).
*** And in the Harvest Scramble DLC stage, Inigo can get this from... [[HoYay Gerome]] (another non-healer).
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[[folder: Web Comics ]]

* In ''{{Sinfest}}'', Fuschia cleans off Crimney's [[http://www.sinfest.net/view.php?date=2010-09-28 injuries]], giving him a chance to tell her YouAreWorthHell.
** And again after [[http://www.sinfest.net/view.php?date=2012-04-22 dealing with bullies.]]
** [[http://www.sinfest.net/view.php?date=2010-04-18 Crimney treats Fuschia's leg wound after she comes out of Hell.]]
** [[http://www.sinfest.net/view.php?date=2004-06-24 Ninja theater:]] they leave to tend injuries and bruised egos.
** [[http://www.sinfest.net/view.php?date=2012-07-17 After Seymour hammered his finger]], for an unusual reason: to showcase CharacterDevelopment. (Compare [[http://www.sinfest.net/view.php?date=2009-03-19 this]] to get the joke.)
* In ''BlueYonder'', Lena [[http://www.blueyondercomic.net/comics/1387083/blue-yonder-chapter-1-page-44/ treats Kevin's injuries]].
-->'''Kevin''': ''Ow! Ow! Ow! Ow''
-->'''Lena''': ''Still bleeding. . . and still a wuss when it comes to iodine''
* In ''Webcomic/GirlGenius'',
** [[http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/comic.php?date=20090529 Zola starts one with Gil]] right after the fight with Dr. Merlot, and talks about past ones, where Gil also moved too much. Agatha is not pleased, but can't stop to make a [[http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/comic.php?date=20090701 girly fuss over him.]]
** [[http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/comic.php?date=20090803 Agatha insists on one with Gil before they treat Tarvek -- he was shot and thrown across the room, and she's not going to take his word for it that he's fine.]]
** [[http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/comic.php?date=20110208 Higgs lugs Zeetha to Mama for treatment. Which lets the Castle heckle him about him and her.]]
** A non-romantic version: [[http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/comic.php?date=20080818 Moloch bandages Agatha's hand]] as she tells him about the test.
** Snaug, on the other hand, [[http://www.girlgeniusonline.com/comic.php?date=20100616 deliberately plays up the romantic aspects]] as soon as she realizes she can use the black eye.
* In ''WoodenRose'', [[http://www.woodenrosecomic.com/comic/comic.html Lillian must stitch up the doctor.]] Unusually, she had to be persuaded to do it, never having had to give stitches before.
* In ''Webcomic/ImpureBlood'', [[http://www.impurebloodwebcomic.com/Pages/ISSUE07Pages/ib148.html Mac's leg gets bandaged]] once they are in the submarine.
* In ''Webcomic/CityUnderTheHill'', this happens in what ''would'' usually be considered an AfterActionHealingDrama moment, if Seamus wasn't a Werewolf and therefore already healing his heavy wounds by the time he reaches HQ, M.T. still patches him up.
* In ''OurLittleAdventure'', [[http://danielscreations.com/ola/comics/ep0377.html after falling from a tree,]] fighting on the ground, and dealing with a shocking trap.
* In ''DocRat'', [[http://www.docrat.com.au/default.asp?thisItem=906 one advantage of having a doctor for a boyfriend]] when you've been mugged.
* In ''TalesOfTheQuestor'', after they escape the wraiths and protect themselves by candlelight, [[http://www.rhjunior.com/totq/00196.html he gets his wounds bound]].
* In ''CucumberQuest'', [[http://cucumber.gigidigi.com/archive/chapter-0-bonus-3/ parodied with Tomato, who gets a papercut.]]
* Webcomic/{{Evon}} has to patch up Herodotus quite a lot. At one point she says he's "becoming more bandages than fur".

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[[folder:Web Video]]

* ''WebVideo/TheAutobiographyOfJaneEyre'' is a SettingUpdate VlogSeries based on ''Literature/JaneEyre''. The scene where Jane saves Mr Rochester from burning alive in his bed is reimagined as a mysterious accident with crashing glass. Mr Rochester's is bleeding severely and Jane, a certified nurse, has to remove broken pieces from the wound and she binds it. It's a very sweet scene and full of {{UST}}, mainly from Mr Rochester.

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