tg Fix Net Tubular Bandage
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- Tubular bandage holds wound dressings in place
- Mesh net design keeps surrounding skin dry and comfortable
- Ideal for all wound and ointment dressings
- Can also be used with splints or occlusion films
- Elastic stretch bandage can be easily adjusted for dressing changes
WARNING: This product can expose you to chemicals including Cumene, which is known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov
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The tg Fix bandage is a wide mesh, elastic tube bandage. It allows good airflow to keep patients comfortable. The breathable bandage is very flexible and does not bunch. Instead, it contours to the body for easy wear. The tubular stretch bandage can be applied quickly over gauze dressings or splints.
Tubular Stretch Bandage
This netting wrap is run-proof, allowing it to be cut at any point without worrying about the bandage opening further. It can be raised or tucked for wound inspections and dressing changes. The 71% polyamide, 29% non-brightened elastodiene (latex) bandage can be used in hospitals, clinics or at home.
This tubular elastic bandage comes in several sizes to fit a variety of body parts. Use the bandage on fingers, arms, legs, hips, and more.The flexible tubular bandage can be washed and sterilized with 121°C water vapor and radiation.