Compression Bandages

Compression bandages come in adhesive and non-adhesive varieties, and they are used to compress an injury. They can be used to protect open wounds such as ulcers from infection, hold a bandage in place, prevent leakage from an open wound, or provide added support and compression to swellings related to sprains, strains, diabetes and more. They are available in latex and non-latex variations.

Also known as elastic bandages, these bandages can form a crucial part of any first aid kit at your home, as well as being used frequently in hospitals, other medical facilities, or care homes.

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    1. Dynarex Compress Gauze Roll Bandage, case of 1000
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    2. Dynarex Compress Sterile Bandages
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    3. Dynarex Elastic Bandages with Clips, Case of 5x 10ct boxes
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    4. Dynarex Sensi Wrap, Self-Adherent, Latex-Free, Tan
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    5. Dynarex Sensi Wrap, Self-Adherent, Tan
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    6. Dynarex Sensi-Wrap Self-Adherent Bandage Rolls,
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    7. Dynarex Triangular Bandages
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    8. Milliken BSN Medical Inc. Compression Stretch Bandage, 1" Width
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    9. Milliken Compression Stretch Bandage
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    10. Milliken Tensogrip Tubular Support Bandage 3.5" X 11Yds Size E White
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    11. Milliken Tensogrip Tubular Support Bandage 4.5" X 11yds Size G Beige
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    12. Milliken Tubular Support Bandage - 2-5/8" x 11 yd.
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    Why Use A Compression Bandage?

    • These bandages are useful for securing hot or cold packs over an injury to reduce swelling or soothe the patient. They are easy to use and stick to the skin without causing irritation.
    • Tubular compression sleeves can be used to securing bandages, add padding to a vulnerable body part, compress a swelling, and prevent infection in a wound.
    • Tubular compression sleeves apply regular pressure while conforming to body contours which ultimately helps in controlling swelling and pain.
    •  Compression bandages can be made of polyester, cotton, latex, and elasticated yarn. These materials are generally used in different amounts to produce bandages that have different compression and stretch.
    • Adhesive elastic bandages are made of stretchy material which is designed to adhere to the skin so that it does not require any velcro or clip to fasten. It is designed to stick to itself and also supports the healing and infection control of injuries, strains and sprains, and swelling.

    Where Can I Find The Best Compression Bandage?

    RehabPulse offers a wide range of different compression bandages for every requirement from two of the most trusted brands in the industry: Dynarex and Milliken, with more brands to come.

    Top 3 Compression Bandages At RehabPulse:

    1. Milliken BSN Medical Inc. Compression Stretch Bandage
    2. Dynarex Sensi-Wrap Self-Adherent Bandage Rolls
    3. Milliken Tensogrip Tubular Support Bandage

    RehabPulse is a one-stop-shop for DME solutions. The experts at RehabPulse.com can save you weeks of debating the pros and cons of different options, as well as recommend the best wound care supplies to suit your requirements.

    Contact RehabPulse at 1-877-234-2018 now for advice and support.

    For more questions, please don’t hesitate to call 1-877-234-2018.

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