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Elastic Tube Bandages

Elastic Tube Bandages

  • This bandage is ideal for treatment in varicosity, phlebangioma, venous blood.
  • Obstruction, edema after operation and scar of burn.
  • To prevent varicosity while long time standing is necessary.
  • Keep warm.
  • Different sizes available.
Elastic Tube Bandage, Adhesive bandages are used to protect skin and promote healing of minor cuts, scrapes, and burns.  The Band-Aid size chart displays the most common types of adhesive bandages.  Whether you work in a factory or play outside, cuts and scrapes are common injuries everyone experiences.  Click on a bandage type for more information. Latex or Latex-Free? Elastic Tube Bandages

Elastic Tube Bandages

For many years, adhesive bandages contained latex in the bandage material and adhesive.  Because so many people are sensitive to latex, manufacturers are removing it from adhesive bandages.  Elastic Tube Bandage Always check the packaging to determine if an adhesive bandage contains latex by Nexgenmedical


Adhesive bandages are made using fabric or plastic materials.  A plastic adhesive bandage is best used in dry environments while a fabric bandage offers more flexibility and is popular for wet and greasy work.


The adhesive material makes bandages stick.  Not all bandages use the same sticky material. Some use zinc oxide-based adhesives which can leave a white sticky residue.  They also can contain latex.  Newer adhesives use clear acrylic which sticks very well to the skin and does not contain latex. The four main types of bandages are gauze, compression, triangular, and tube.  The bandages made from cloth or from paper, are exceptionally versatile. All Safety Products sells several types of bandages such as medical gauze, shoe covers, bandages, and other types of disposable medical supplies online.
Types of bandages
Gauze bandage (common gauze roller bandage) The most common type of bandage is the gauze bandage, a simple woven strip of material, or a woven strip of material with a Telfa absorbent barrier to prevent adhering to wounds. A gauze bandage can come in any number of widths and lengths and can be used for almost any bandage application, including holding a dressing in place.
Bandage Types & Uses
Adhesive bandages come in all types of sizes and shapes.  The Bandaid® Size Chart shows the most common shapes and their sizes.  They are used for many kinds of cuts, scrapes, medical treatments, burns, and minor injuries to the skin on virtually every part of the body.  Each bandage type listed below includes their size and how they are commonly used.