Tubigrip Tubular Bandage is a multi-purpose Tubular Bandage designed to provide tissue support in treating strains, sprains, soft tissue injuries, general edema, post- burn scarring, joint effusions and ribcage injuries. Tubigrip and is also used for pressure dressings and arm fixation. Tubigrip is manufactured by Molnlycle, a leading manufacture of Wound Care Products, including Compression Dressings, Tubular Gauze and other medical supplies. Molnlycke Tubigrip is made from cotton with covered elastic threads laid into the fabric to form free-moving spirals. The fabric is available in two colors options – natural and beige.
Sizing and Application Charts
Tubigrip Elastic Tubular Bandages provide lasting, effective support with complete freedom of movement for the patient. Once the Tubigrip bandage has been applied, the fabric moves and adjusts to the contours of the body and distributes support evenly over the surface of the wrapped area. The Tubigrip stretch bandage is easy and quick to fit and stays securely in place without pins or tapes. Tubigrip support bandages can easily be reapplied after washing, without loss of effect.
Always use a double layer and apply Tubigrip with a 2–3cm overlap. Tubular Bandage Applicators may be used to make application easier over bulky dressings or painful joints.
Tubigrip Tubular Bandage Features & Benefits
- Provides comfortable, effective tissue support.
- Easy to apply and reapply.
- Full range of sizes to suit any application.
- No pins or tapes required.
- Washable (without loss of effectiveness).
- Choice of two colors for patient preference.
Molnlycke Tubigrip Bandage Specifications
- 3 Levels of Pressure Support
- Low Pressure: 5 to 10 mmHg.
- Medium Pressure: 10 to 20 mmHg.
- High Pressure: up to 30 mmHg.
- Width Options: 1.5 to 7 Inches
- Length Options: 1 or 10 Meters
- Bandage Sizes: A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, K, L.
Manuals and Documents
Tubigrip Sizing & Application Guide is available to help you select the appropriate size and pressure for the condition being treated.
Tubigrip Instruction St. Charles Medical Center (2:27 minutes)
This video is designed to teach you how to correctly put on a Tubigrip. The Tubigrip can be placed on with a tight hose underneath, but nothing else should be underneath the Tubigrip. You'll notice that the pieces are marked with the correct leg and the correct leg portions. We're going to start with the thigh first. Pull the sleeve to the mid-thigh. Then roll the rest of the Tubigrip over the first layer until there is approximately one inch above the first layer. Be sure the sleeve fits from the tibial tubercle which is the bump right below the knee joint to the mid-thigh. Next, we'll place it on the lower leg portion which is marked with calf. Bring the first layer up to the tibial tubercle so that it is just overlapping the thigh Tubigrip. Then bring the second layer over so that it overlaps the first layer, approximately one inch. The fit should be from the base of the big toe to above the tibial tubercle. Lower leg Tubigrip should not extend above the knee.
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Product QuestionsWant to order #1521 for small ankles or #1522 for medium ankle. What is difference in ankle circumference?
I Weigh 121 lbs & 5 ft 4" tall. Is the small for children or what? Appreciate input. Thanks.Question by: Joan formanek on Mar 14, 2016 4:26:13 PMHello Mrs. Formanek: Despite our best efforts, a proper sizing chart cannot be found at this time. It's best to contact the manufacturer, Molnlyck, for more information.Answer by: Shain Gillet (Admin) on Jul 5, 2016 1:47:00 PMHow fast are products shipped?Question by: janet on Jul 9, 2015 10:09:12 AMWe have several shipping options available. Our economy shipping guarantees the product will get to you with 7-10 business days. We have faster shipping options available, but at an extra cost. Please note that the delivery days available are business days and not calendar days.Answer by: Shain Gillet (Admin) on Jul 27, 2016 2:29:00 PM
- the price and it works great