- This product series is a standard, economical option;
- Made of synthetic fabric and is ideal for most cases of everyday use;
- Sturdy and durable bandage that will provide controlled compression to facilitate the healing process.
- This product series is an economical option;
- Made of poly vinyl chloride plastic and is both water-resistant and extremely durable;
- This Bandage is a convenient option for those who want their Bandages to last through their shower and any other outdoor activity.
- This non-woven product series is an extremely soft and breathable bandage that will speed up the healing process while providing maximum comfort for the user;
- It is gentle and soothing on the skin.
- Made of polyethylene plastic, soft and comfortable and will also last through any water damage as well;
- It is a convenient option for those who want their Bandages to last through their shower and any other outdoor activity.
- Made of high-quality, medical-grade cotton, and provides a gentle and comfortable healing process for the user;
- Highly absorbent.
- Made out of an elastic composure fabric that allows elasticity and stretching;
- Ideal for users who wants to have full range of movement over the wounded area as they heal.
- Bandages are extremely portable and convenient for use on-the-go;
- Bandages are easy to use and need little instruction;
- Bandages protect the wound and help speed the healing process;
- Antiseptic pads also kill any bacteria present and facilitate the healing process;
- The different materials, sizes, shapes, colors, and pads ensure that Bandages fulfill the different needs of users everywhere.
Bandages are ideal for protecting and facilitating the healing process of a minor scrape, cut, abrasion, blister, or other minor injury. Bandages protect injuries from friction and further damage, as well as prevent the entrance of dirt, bacteria, and other microorganisms that could exacerbate the injury. Bandages also minimize the chance of scarring, as it helps prevent scabbing.
Bandages are small and are wrapped in individual sterile bags, and are convenient to store in a purse, car, or any other place.
Clean the wound thoroughly. Apply the bandage with the adhesive pad over the wound. Do not touch the cut, scrape, or burn. Change daily if one is active, or when wet or as often as needed.
It is imperative that bandages are not used if the packaging or seal is compromised. Evidence of this may suggest tampering or loss of sterility. If one should come across bandages inside compromised packaging, the correct course of action is to dispose of it quickly and safely.
- Do not re-use bandages that have been used before. The bandage should be discarded after use. Reuse of bandages can transfer bacteria between surfaces and promote infection.
- If the bandage becomes soaked with blood or other bodily fluids, a new one should be used and the old one discarded.
- Must prepare the bandages for use in a clean, sterile environment, absent of bodily fluids or other sources of contamination;
- Bandages should be stored in a cool and dry place out of direct sunlight, to maintain protective abilities;
- Promptly and safely dispose of any bandages that have touched a potentially contaminated surface;
If bandage has blood or any other bodily matter on it, it should be handled as biohazard waste and disposed of correctly to prevent spread of infection.
The ranges of bandages offered by AdvaCare are manufactured from synthetic fabric, PVC (polyvinyl chloride plastic), non-woven material, Polyethylene plastic, cotton or elastic fabric.
The most common specifications are synthetic fabric, polyethylene plastic and cotton.