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Actifast 2 Way Stretch Tubular Bandage

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Buy Actifast 2 Way Stretch Tubular Bandage online at Medical dressings Ltd the UK's favorite online medical supplier.

ACTIFAST 2-WAY STRETCH TUBULAR BANDAGE

Actifast 2-way stretch tubular bandage gives you improved conform ability and can reduce unnecessary wastage.

The tubular bandage is extremely versatile and can be used as a bandage liner to ease the problem of contact sensitivity, in the wet wrapping technique, to secure, cover and retain dressings or to keep ointments in place.

KEY BENEFITS

  • The tubular bandage is available in 6 sizes to accommodate infant limbs up to an extra-large adult trunk

  • Easy to apply and can be cut to size and shape

  • The ActiFast 2 Way Stretch Tubular Bandage range is safe to use where compression is contra-indicated

  • Hand washable

 

 

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