Thursday, 1 December 2016

Tubular Elastic Bandage for Muscle Sprains and Strains

Tubular Elastic Bandage provides lasting, effective support with complete freedom of movement, distributing pressure evenly over the surface.  Elastic bandages are also used to treat bone fractures. Padding is applied to the fractured limb, then a splint (usually plaster) is applied. The elastic bandage is then applied to hold the splint in place and to protect it. This is a common technique for fractures which may swell, which would cause a cast to function improperly. These types of splints are usually removed after swelling has decreased and then a fiberglass or plaster cast can be applied.

An tubular elastic bandage is a "stretchable  tubular elastic bandage used to create localized pressure". Tubular Elastic Bandage  are commonly used to treat muscle sprains and strains by reducing the flow of blood to a particular area by the application of even stable pressure which can restrict swelling at the place of injury.
Tubular Elastic Bandage
Our Price : Rs 137

Tubular Elastic Bandage :
  • Tubular elastic retention bandage that holds dressings in place without tape
  • Allows easy wound inspection and quick application for wounds with frequent dressing changes
  • Provides maximum aeration to wound
  • Available in 13 sizes in 10-yard and 25-yard lengths to accommodate all body parts and patient sizes
  • Ideal for patients with fragile skin or who are allergic to tape
  • Use as dressing retention

Arm Cast Cover : Cast covers Keeps a cast dry in the bath or shower. It Works equally well with leg braces, splints bandages and dressings. It also helps to prevent infections caused by a damp, unhygienic cast or dressing.

Cast protector is easy to use, and effective at keeping the Tynor Cast Cover Arm dry while in the shower. there is uses a special rubberized application ring to create a water-tight seal for worry free bathing. It features a more durable polyvinyl outer bag that holds up to daily use without tearing like cheaper varieties.

The Cast Cover comes in different lengths to provide adequate coverage for every type of cast - short or long. Simply measure from the end of the hand along the course of the cast ending an inch above the top of the cast to determine the correct length needed.

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