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Dermacea Stretch Bandage Rolls, manufactured by Kendall, are one ply bandage for superior aeration and high comfort ideal for securing IV's, insertion points and splints or for providing mild compression and support. The crocheted cotton polyester blend adds cushion, softness and allows the bandage roll to stretch comfortably.
Dermacea Stretch Bandage Rolls are excellent for the home first aid kit, at hospitals or clinics. These low-lint, high absorbency bandage rolls are excellent secondary dressings.
Kendall Dermacea Stretch Bandage Roll Features and Benefits
- One Ply Cotton Polyester Blend Allows the Bandage to be Comfortable Stretched
- Can Provide Mild Compression and Support
- Excellent as a Secondary Dressing
- Ideal for Securing IV's and Insertion Points
- Low-Lint Reduces Potential Fibers in Wounds
Kendall Dermacea Stretch Bandage Rolls Specifications
- Product Numbers: 441502, 441506
- One Ply Crocheted Construction
- Cotton and Polyester Blend
- Brand: Dermacea
- Manufacturer: Kendall
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I developed Cellulitus and Edema in December 2017. I have been in the hospital a total of 4 times since January. While in the hospital I have to use the dressings they carry which is Kerlix Gauge. It drives me insane! My wife changes my dressings each day. Covidean Dermecea was recommended by my home nurse when I got out of rehab. It is not only not aggravating but is actually comforting, fresh lotion or vaseline, firm 'cuddling' by the gauze. New dressings always feel better. An added advantage is that because it is stretch material it actually aids in compressing my legs to keep the fluid out of them. And the PRICE! I sure hope this promotion is repeated. I was buying the gauze from Amazon at $7.70. That was the new price. Being on social security we can't afford that. So now I am set for a few months and anxiously anticipating the next promo. I hope that we can stop the dressings but I am not greatly encouraged by the relapse of last month.