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Plaster bandage

Bandages are common medical supplies that can be classified into many types according to their different uses. Mainly including: ordinary medical bandages, elastic bandages, plaster bandages, etc.


Plaster bandage

Keywords: elastic bandages, gauze bandages



Ingredients: gauze, gypsum plaster

Color: White

Weight in grams: 380g/m?

Specifications and dimensions:

Width 5cm, 7.5cm, 10cm, 15cm, 20cm

Length 2.7m, 3m, 3.6m, 4.5m

Product features: Stable curing time, fast drying speed, high curing strength, simple operation, safety and environmental protection

Note: Various qualities and sizes can be customized according to customer requirements.

Plaster bandage

Simple bandages are a common type of bandage, which can be divided into single bandages and compound bandages. Single bandages are made of gauze or cotton cloth and are suitable for dressing and fixing wounds in the head, chest, abdomen, limbs, tail, and other parts. Compound bandages are various shapes of bandages made according to the part of use, made of double-layer cotton cloth, which can be sandwiched with different thicknesses of cotton. There are cloth strips around the bandage for tying and fixing, such as eye bandages, back and waist bandages, chest bandages, abdominal bandages, and nail bandages.

This kind of bandage is a new member of the medical bandage family. The elastic bandage made of elastic yarn, polyurethane fiber, viscose rayon, polyurethane fiber, polypropylene fiber polyurethane vinegar foam and other materials is elastic and can be bent to any complex shape. It is suitable for binding and fixation of any part of the body, especially other parts of the bandage that are not convenient to shield.

Elastic bandages are widely used in medical care, home self-help care, outdoor sports, field first aid, sports, postoperative care, and various sports injuries. At the same time, it has an important auxiliary treatment effect on limb sprains, soft tissue rubs, and joint swelling and pain.

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