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Medline Medigrip Elasticated Tubular Bandages work well in a variety of uses. First, Medigrip Bandages work well as secondary, or retention, dressings. The elasticity works to keep a primary dressing in place, such as the Optifoam Adhesive Dressing from Medline. Second, the Medigrip Elasticated Tubular Bandage can be doubled to provide compression to fight edema or swelling. This compression helps patients with chronic venous insufficiency, too. Third, Medigrip elasticated tubular support bandages can help support your joints. This makes it a great asset to help with sprains or dislocations.
Medigrip Elasticated Tubular Bandages should be changed according to the amount of drainage from the wound, but has the potential to stay in use for up to seven days. This can save you time and money, since you will need fewer bandages for fewer changes. Do not use Medigrip Elasticated Tubular Bandages on patients with a sensitivity to latex. If the user needs a latex-free option, consider the Surgigrip Tubular Bandage.
Product Features and Benefits
- Lasts for Up to 7 Days for Fewer Changes
- Applies Compression When Doubled Over
- Supports Joints to Help with Sprains
- Holds Primary Dressings in Place
- Length: 11 Yards
- Width: 2.5, 2.625, 3, 3.5, 4, or 4.75 Inch
- HCPCS: K0620
- Material: Latex
- Manufacturer: Medline
- Brand: Medigrip
- Type: Elasticated Tubular Bandage
- Product Number: MSC9501 (Size B), MSC9502 (Size C), MSC9503 (Size D), MSC9504 (Size E), MSC9505 (Size F), MSC9506 (Size G)
- Additional Information
- Community Q&A
Product QuestionsI am looking at Medigrip in a roll, to be able to cut to length. My calf measurement is 38cm and 22 1/2 cm ankle. Should I purchase Size E?
Question by: Judith KOVELL on Aug 2, 2019 4:22:00 AMWe cannot recommend a size as it would also depend on the needed compression level. Please see the sizing chart at the bottom of the page for measurements as well as compression levels. If unsure on the needed compression, please see a medical professional.Answer by: Jessica Smith (Admin) on Aug 5, 2019 2:49:00 PMwhat color are the tubular bandages by medline natural or a beigeQuestion by: patti on Aug 10, 2019 6:25:00 AMThe bandages are a natural color.Answer by: Jessica Smith (Admin) on Aug 12, 2019 2:03:00 PM