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PolyMem 4401 | #1, Ring Size 4-8 by Ferris

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Item# Description Size Price
4401

Finger-Toe Dressing - #1, Ring Size 4-8

Box of 6
$4.650 each

$36.27

$27.90
4401

Finger-Toe Dressing - #1, Ring Size 4-8

Case of 30
$4.649 each

$181.32

$139.48
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Finger-Toe Dressing - #1, Ring Size 4-8 - Box of 6
SKU: 4401

$36.27

$27.90
Finger-Toe Dressing - #1, Ring Size 4-8 - Case of 30
SKU: 4401

$181.32

$139.48

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Trying to dress a wound on a finger or toe can make for some creative-looking bandages. Fortunately, Ferris has the perfect solution for dressing a finger wound. The PolyMem Finger/Toe Dressing was created for small fingers and toes with a wound or abrasion on it. The dressing is able to cover the finger/toe either as a primary or secondary dressing and provides protection against outside contagions. It has a maximum circumference of 2.2 inches.

PolyMem Finger/Toe Dressing Features and Benefits

  • Small Size to Fit Smaller Fingers or Toes
  • Provides All-Around Protection on the Finger/Toe
  • Keeps Contagions from Entering the Wound
  • Can be Used as Primary or Secondary Dressing

Product Specifications

  • Manufacturer: Ferris
  • Circumference: 1.8 - 2.2 Inches
  • Latex Free: Yes
  • Shape: Finger-Wrap
  • HCPCS: A6209
Additional Information

Additional Information

Manufacturer Ferris
Brand PolyMem


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WARNING: This product may contain chemicals that are known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. This product complies with all state and federal safety standards.

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