Bestselling Bandages & Bandaging Supplies in 2020
6" Israeli Emergency Bandage - White
- This 6" wide Israeli Emergency Bandage is the same as the original 6" Israeli Bandage.
- Like the orignal, it is an all-in-one device, consolidating multiple first-aid products.
- However it is not dyed as is the original, and for that reason it is more affordable, and perfect for non-tactical applications or where visibility is not an issue.
- It serves as a primary dressing, pressure applicator, secondary dressing, and features a foolproof closure apparatus to secure the bandage in place.
- This internationally-patented modular bandage is the ideal solution for emergency treatment when every second counts. FDA approved.
3M Vetrap Bandaging Tape Hot Pink
- Color: Hot Pink
- Size: 4" x 5 Yard
- Bandage sticks to itself (but not to hair)
- Conforms around contours that are difficult to bandage.
- Absorbs virtually no moisture
Rosidal Soft Foam Padding Bandage 4" x .16" x 2.7 yds.
- Sold by the Box
- Quantity per Box : 1 EA
- Category : Padding Bandages
- Product Class : Wound Care
Dynarex Non-Sterile Non Woven Sponge, 4x4 Inch, 200 Count
- Highly absorbent compared to standard gauze products
- Most used for wound dressing prepping and scrubbing and general purpose cleaning
- Less lining. Non-Sterile
PROFORE Multi-Layer Compression Bandage System 66020016, 1box
- Multi-layer high compression bandaging system
- Provides effective compression
- Sufficient absorptive capacity to manage exudate for up to a full week without needing re-application
- proven effective in both hospital and community treatment studies
DealMux Cotton Blends Working Elastic Breathable Solid Hand Protect Gloves 5 Pairs White
- Product Name: White Gloves; Color: White
- Material: Cotton Blends; Flat Size: 20 x 11.5cm/ 7.9''x 4.5''(L*W)
- Net Weight: 40g; Package Content: 5 Pairs x White Gloves
- Cuff Girth: 16cm/ 6.3''
- Fit for Palm Girth: 15 -17cm/ 5.9'- 6.7'
Science of Compression Bandages (Woodhead Publishing India in Textiles)
3M Vetrap Tape Roll for Dogs, Cats and Horses, 2-Inch by 5-Yard, Hot Pink
- Versatile; High-performance bandaging tape for a broad spectrum of applications-support, compression and bandage secural
- Bandage sticks to itself (but not to hair)
- Available in a full line of colors and sizes including multi-color displays and packs
- Allows skin to breathe through cool, lightweight and porous material
12 Bulk Pack, 2" x 5 Yards, Self Adherent Wrap, Self Adhesive Tape, Cohesive Bandage Tape, Strong Elastic Sports Tape for Wrist, Stretch Athletic Tape for Ankle Sprains & Swelling
- STRONG SELF-ADHESIVE: The California Basics bandage is a strong self-adherent tape that offers excellent support. It will not slip, eliminating the need for frequent readjustments. Unlike non-adhesive bandages, self-adherent tape wrap does not require clips and pins to stay in place. Material is water-resistant and will not easily come loose by sweat or water.
- ELASTIC AND COMFORTABLE: Stretchy flex fabric is soft, gentle, easy to wrap, self adhering, and can be torn without scissors, making these bandages practical to take with you anywhere. Use for sprains, swelling and soreness or any other type of medical sport injury.
- LIGHTWEIGHT BREATHABLE MATERIAL: Porous fabric allows for ventilation so the skin can breathe underneath, which is good for the skin and better for healing. The cohesive stretch tape and wrap is incredibly gentle for all types of injuries, making it the perfect tool for any coach.
- WILL NOT PULL SKIN OR HAIRS: The cohesive property of the bandage means it will adhere very well to itself but poorly to other surfaces such as skin or hair making it pain-free to pull it off and change bandages. Works incredibly well for all types of injuries, as sports tape or vet tape.
- SET OF 12: Value pack, each roll is individually poly bagged and measures 2 inches in width and 5 yards in length. Use to protect any body part; works well on ankle, wrist, finger, toe, elbow and knee. Also safe for pets.a
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How to Properly Clean and Bandage Cuts, Scrapes and Abrasions
People often think bandaging wounds is as simple as slapping on an adhesive bandage, but it's crucial to care for and bandage cuts, scrapes, and minor abrasions properly.
It is also important to properly bandage cuts and scrapes so they stop bleeding as soon as possible. The pressure of the bandage is often enough to stop bleeding that isn't severe. In addition, wounds that are properly bandaged heal more evenly and are less likely to develop scar tissue.
People often think bandaging wounds is as simple as slapping on an adhesive bandage, but it's crucial to care for and bandage wounds properly. Some also think that exposing wounds to the air will help them heal faster. The fact is, if a wound is properly cleaned and cared for it actually heals faster when bandaged.
Stocking the First-aid Kit or Medicine Cabinet
All bandages are not created equally. Choose bandages carefully, and keep a first-aid kit or medicine cabinets well-stocked. Bandages should be available in various sizes, and the gauze pads on the bandages should be covered with nonstick material.
Medicine cabinets and first-aid kits should be stocked with flexible bandages of various sizes. They are great for areas requiring movement such as fingers and elbows. Flexible bandages are generally more comfortable and stay on better than standard adhesive bandages.
Butterfly bandages should also be included in first-aid kits and medicine cabinets. They are appropriate for holding together minor cuts that are less than one inch long. Butterfly bandages help stop bleeding by compressing and holding the two sides of separated skin together, and they help minimize scarring. For more serious cuts that require stitches, butterfly bandages are helpful until the wound can be cared for and stitched by a health care professional.
Antibacterial cream is also a must for a medicine cabinet or first-aid kit. After cleaning a cut or abrasion, antibacterial first-aid cream helps prevent infections and keeps the wound moist as it heals.
Elastic wraps, a roll of sterile gauze, and medical tape is also a must for a first-aid kit or medicine cabinet. It's better to have these items on hand so they are readily available if they are needed.
Cleaning and Bandaging Wounds
All wounds including cuts and scrapes should be properly cleaned no matter how uncontaminated they appear to be. Carefully and thoroughly clean wounds with warm water and antibacterial soap. Clean within the wound as well as around it, and rinse the wound until any dirt or foreign matter is gone. If after rinsing several minutes, dirt or other material remains within the wound, try to remove it using sterile gauze pads, sterile cotton swabs, or sterilized tweezers.
To properly sterilize metal tweezers, boil them in water for approximately 10 minutes. For a faster method of sterilization, hold the tweezers in a flame until the tips begin glowing. Be sure to wipe off any carbon with sterile material, and allow the tweezers to completely cool before using them.
After thoroughly cleaning the wound, pat the area dry with sterile gauze, and choose a bandage that has a gauze pad large enough to cover the entire wound. That way when the bandage is removed the adhesive won't cause more damage to already injured skin.
If the first bandage applied becomes soiled with blood, change it often until the wound has stopped bleeding. The bandage should be removed daily before bathing, dried with sterile material, and once again covered with a clean bandage of appropriate size.