Bandages – Plaster of PARIS
Plaster of Paris is a type of building material that is made from gypsum. When mixed with water, it forms a paste that can be molded into various shapes. Once it dries, it hardens into a solid material. Plaster of Paris is often used to create sculptures, molds, and casts. It is also used in medical applications, such as making casts for broken bones.Various types of bandage sizes are available.
Bandages – Orthopedic
Orthopedic bandages are medical devices used to support and protect injured or weakened joints and muscles. They are commonly used in orthopedic clinics, hospitals, and sports medicine settings. Orthopedic bandages are typically made from elastic or non-elastic materials and are designed to provide compression, stability, and immobilization to the affected area. They can be used for a variety of conditions, including sprains, strains, fractures, and post-surgical recovery.
Bandages – Self Adherent Bandages
Self-adherent bandages, also known as self-adhesive bandages or cohesive bandages, are medical devices used to wrap and secure dressings or provide support to injured areas. They are made of a flexible material that sticks to itself but not to the skin, allowing for easy application and removal. These bandages are commonly used in first aid and sports medicine settings.
Bandages – Conforming
Conforming bandages, also known as conforming gauze or stretch bandages, are medical devices used to secure dressings or provide support to injured areas of the body. They are made of a stretchable material that conforms to the shape of the body and can be easily wrapped around limbs or joints. Conforming bandages are commonly used in first aid and wound care to hold dressings in place and provide compression to reduce swelling.
Bandages – Elastic Adhesive
Elastic adhesive bandages, also known as elastic adhesive tape or cohesive elastic bandages, are medical devices used to provide support and compression to injured or strained muscles, joints, or ligaments. They are made of a stretchable fabric that adheres to itself, eliminating the need for additional fasteners or adhesives. These bandages are commonly used in sports medicine and first aid applications.
Bandages – Crepe
Crepe bandages, also known as crepe elastic bandages or crepe wraps, are medical devices used to provide support and compression to injured or strained muscles, joints, or limbs. They are made from a woven fabric that has a slightly rough texture, which helps the bandage adhere to itself without the need for adhesive. Crepe bandages are commonly used in first aid and sports medicine to help reduce swelling, provide stability, and promote healing.
Bandages - Triangular Bandages
Triangular bandages are commonly used in first aid to support and immobilize injured limbs, particularly the arms and shoulders. They are made of a triangular piece of cloth or fabric that can be folded and tied to create a sling or to secure a dressing in place.
Triangular bandages typically come in certain sizes. This size allows for various applications, such as creating slings, immobilizing limbs, or securing dressings. As for types, there are different materials used for triangular bandages, including cotton, muslin, or non-woven fabric. Some triangular bandages also come with safety pins or Velcro closures for easy fastening.