Elastic Tubular Support Bandage

Temporary relief for tired, aching limbs

  • Applies compression and warmth
  • Can be used to secure wound dressings
  • Suitable for any limb
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The Elastoplast Elastic Tubular Support Bandage is a comfortable and simple solution to tired, aching limbs. Provides moderate compression and warmth to help reduce swelling and support joints during physical activity.  The elastic bandage also doubles up as a quick and effective way to secure wound dressings.

 

Suitable to be used as a preventative or post-injury option to mitigate pain and provide temporary relief from aches and sprains. The versatile design of the tubular elastic bandage means it can be used on wrists, elbows, arms, ankles, knees and thighs for that little bit of extra support.

 

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

Product    Type  Size  Quantity

Elastic Tubular
Bandage size C

  15-25cm (circumference) x 1m 1 Tubular Bandage

Elastic Tubular
Bandage size D

  25-43cm (circumference) x 1m 1 Tubular Bandage

Elastic Tubular
Bandage size E

  35-45cm (circumference) x 1m 1 Tubular Bandage

Elastic Tubular
Bandage size F

  40-50cm (circumference) x 1m 1 Tubular Bandage
 

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

Frequently Asked Questions

  1. 1. What is a compression bandage?

    A compression bandage is a specific type of bandage that provides pressure to a limb or joint. It’s used in various medical applications to reduce swelling, relieve pain and provide support for weak body parts.

    It’s possible to achieve adequate support with regular compression bandages, though doing so requires good technique to ensure the joint or limb is supported safely and properly. Those who are recovering from light injuries or have weak joints can find quick and simple relief using a tubular elastic bandage.

    Tubular elastic bandages provide constant, moderate compression to limbs and joints in situations where regular bandaging may be unneeded. More severe medical conditions will need professional treatment and wrapping, so be sure to consult with a specialist before self-diagnosing.

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