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EZe Band LF, manufactured by Hartmann-USA, is an orthopedic grade knitted bandage that wraps and secures easily.
Elastic bandages are available in various types and brands. The EZe Band LF is unique by the fact that it secures without pins, clips or tape. Many individuals who have used elastic bandages have experienced the issue of losing the pins or clips rendering their bandage less convenient. Not the case with the Eze Band LF since there are no pins or clips to lose. This product stretches and conforms to the skin. Many elastic bandages have this feature but contain latex. This product is latex-free and provides the user with the same elasticity and control found in other bandages but without the latex.
This product is effective for securing wound dressings and splints. The material of this bandage wraps and secures easily. It is durable enough to be used again and again yet comfortable enough to provide breathability. An additional benefit of this item is the double closure system allowing a simple secure closure from the first wrap making it ideal for a number of wound applications. BUY Eze Band LF from Vitality Medical today.
EZe Band LF Features and Benefits
- Easily wraps and secures without pins, clips or tape.
- Double closure system delivers maximum control.
- Unique knitted construction provides breathability.
EZe Band LF Specifications
- Latex Free
- Manufacturer: Hartmann-USA
- EZe Band LF item Numbers: 59140000, 59160000
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Product QuestionsYou sent me the wrong item, i ordered 6" by 15 feet, i received 6" by 5 feet, I tried to let you know in the review block, but it would not let me because of "wrong captcha" ?Question by: Seth Yank on Oct 1, 2019 7:30:00 PMWe’re sorry about the inconvenience. Please reach out to our customer service department by phone at 1-800-397-5899, or contact our returns department through our website at https://www.vitalitymedical.com/requestreturn so that we can help to resolve the issue as quickly as possible.Answer by: Jason Glover (Admin) on Oct 2, 2019 3:31:00 PM