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Urgo K-Band Type 1 Conforming Bandage

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£3.24 (Ex. VAT)
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Urgo K-Band Type 1 Conforming Bandage

The Urgo K Band Bandage is a first-aid bandage, ideal to keep on hand in case of accidents. In a slightly wider thickness, this band is elasticated across both axis, to make application and use quick and easy, even for non-pros.The light weave makes the bandage breathable and comfortable to wear.

The Urgo K Band is ideal for use to hold dressings in place. Its size makes it particularly useful on larger parts of the body, such as the leg or stomach.

 

How to apply Urgo K Band Bandage:

  • The bandage is applied over the primary dressing using standard bandaging techniques such as figure of eight or a spiral.

  • The bandage may generally be left undisturbed until the primary dressing requires attention.

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