The AEROCREPETM Crepe Bandage is a high-quality cotton crepe-style bandage typically recommended for light to medium injury support requirements.
The crepe bandage comes in three different types (light, medium and elastic) to cater to the retention and protection of wound dressings, as well as provide assistance in standard immobilisation and compression bandage techniques.
Perform immobilisation and compression techniques with elastic bandages
The AEROCREPETM Elastic Cotton Crepe Bandage has a durable, elastic conforming nature, making it suitable for injury immobilisation and compression bandage techniques.
This elastic bandage can serve to compress and add pressure to the area around an open wound to help stem blood flow, especially while awaiting treatment. The AEROCREPETM elastic bandage can also be used to immobilise the area around an injury, especially if the injury requires additional time and/or a lack of use to fully recover.
Comprehensive size ranges for all needs
Each AEROCREPETM cotton bandage roll comes in a length of 4 metres, with a variety of widths to suit all wound and injury requirements:
AEROCREPETM Light Cotton Crepe Bandage
AEROCREPETM Medium Cotton Crepe Bandage
AEROCREPETM Elastic Cotton Crepe Bandage
It’s recommended to have a selection of AEROCREPETM cotton bandage rolls to be prepared to address any relevant injuries.
Easy to open wrapper
All AEROCREPETM cotton crepe bandages have an easy-open tab built into the wrapper of the bandage to allow for quick and easy use during an emergency, while keeping the contents safe and clean when unopened.
Contraindications and Precautions
Any wound and gauze dressings underneath cotton compression bandages should be changed daily, or more often, according to the condition of the wound.
Seek medical advice immediately for all serious wounds and burns. If redness or discomfort occurs, discontinue use and consult a physician.
This Crepe Bandage product is not a substitute for direct medical attention from a healthcare practitioner.
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