Curity Flexible Fabric Adhesive Bandage offer a superior blend of comfort, flexibility, and healing support. This bandage is designed to provide optimal wound protection without compromising skin health. It features flexible fabric strips with strong adhesives that allow them to easily adapt to various wound shapes, ensure secure placement and conform with movement. Each bandage is individually wrapped in user-friendly, sterile sleeves with pull tabs, making them a convenient addition to any clinic or first aid kit. Elevate your wound care routine with Curity Fabric Adhesive Bandages where comfort, healing, and reliability converge.
Features and Benefits
- Flexible fabric stretches and conforms with movement
- Ideal for fingers, toes, elbows and other bending areas
- Ensures a snug fit for enhanced coverage
- Provides a safe and comfortable wound care solution
- Not made with natural rubber latex
- Individually wrapped in sterile sleeves
- Manufacturer: Cardinal Health
- Brand: Curity
- Material: Fabric
- Type: Flexible
- Color: Tan
- Sterility: Sterile
- Latex Free: Yes
|Fabric Bandages, Flexible ¾" x 3"
|3/4" x 7/8"
|Fabric Bandages, Flexible 1" x 3"
|1" x 7/8"
|Fabric Bandages, Flexible XL 2" x 3 ¾"
|1 1/4" x 1 7/8"
|Fabric Bandages, Knuckle 1 ½" x 3"
|1" x 7/8"
Why is it more important to use a bandage than to air-dry wounds?
Several studies have revealed that maintaining a moist and covered environment for wounds leads to quicker regeneration of blood vessels and a more rapid reduction in the presence of inflammation-causing cells compared to wounds that are left exposed to the air. Bandages create a protective barrier that shields wounds from external contaminants, such as dirt, bacteria, and airborne pathogens, reducing the risk of infection. In contrast, leaving wounds uncovered can lead to excessive drying, which delays the healing process and increases the chances of scarring.
While there may be specific cases where air-drying is appropriate, using a bandage is a more recommended approach for optimal wound care based on the benefits of moist wound healing. Always follow the guidance of healthcare professionals for the best wound care practices.
How often should you change an adhesive bandage?
Adhesive bandages for minor wounds, like cuts or scrapes should be changed once a day or as needed to keep the area clean and dry. Always replace bandages that become wet, dirty, or lose their adhesiveness to ensure proper wound care. For larger or more serious wounds, follow healthcare provider recommendations.
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