A self-adhering bandage or cohesive bandage is a type of bandage or wrap that coheres to itself but does not adhere well to other surfaces. Cohesive bandage is commonly used as a wrap on limbs because it will stick to itself and not loosen. Due to its elastic qualities, cohesive bandage is often used as a compression bandage. It is used both on humans and on animals. It is commonly used on horses and other animals because it will not stick to hair so it is easily removed
d3 Cohesive Bandages (Compression Wrap) will only adhere/stick to themselves and no other surface. It can be used to lightly wrap and support a minor finger injury by applying very little stretch, or alternatively, it can be stretched tightly to provide heavy compression to a severe wound. There are two variants, both latex-free, excellent quality materials which can be used on joints and muscles for general use.
- Superior Strength Elastic Spandex Stretch
- It can also be used in wound care & first aid to protect primary dressings
- Great for compression and allows for a wide range of movement.
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