Conforming Bandage

Dressing retention for high body movement areas

  • Multiple uses including wound dressing and sprain support
  • Applies light compression to aid healing
  • Multiple widths available for any part of the body
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The Elastoplast Conforming Bandage provides support for injured joints in high movement areas like the wrist, thigh or knee. Commonly used as a dressing retention, the bandages conform to the shape of the applied area and provide relief and light compression.


Durable and lightweight with a high level of stretch, conforming bandages are ideal for various wound care applications including sprain support and dressing retention. Elastoplast Conforming Bandages are unstretched, 1.5m long and come in three different widths. This makes them suitable for injuries on almost any part of the body.


Available widths include:

  • 5cm wide
  • 7.5cm wide
  • 10cm wide

 

Always read the label. Use only as directed. If symptoms persist consult your healthcare professional.

How to use

For Dressing Retention
Firmly wrap the injured area using a figure 8 shape, or overlap for limb areas such as forearm or calf. Ensure that the areas above and below the injury are covered. 

Always ensure the binding is comfortable. Should any numbness or tingling sensation arise, unwrap the bandage & rebind less tightly.

 

Always read the label. Use only as directed. If symptoms persist consult your healthcare professional.

Product  Type  Size  Quantity
Conforming Bandage

5cm x 1.5m Unstretched

1 Bandage
Conforming Bandage  
7.5cm x 1.5m Unstretched 1 Bandage
Conforming Bandage  
10cm x 1.5m Unstretched 1 Bandage

Always read the label. Use only as directed. If symptoms persist consult your healthcare professional.

How to use support bandage?

For joint injuries, wrap the injured area using a firm figure of 8 shape, ensuring a good area above and below the injury is covered. For dressing wounds on limbs (such as the forearm or calf), firmly overlap the bandage around the limb, again covering adequate area above and below the injured area.


The bandage should not be so tight that you experience numbness or tingling. If this happens, unwrap and rebind less tightly.


Always read the label. Use only as directed. If symptoms persist consult your healthcare professional.