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First Aid Only 0.38" x 1.75" Medium Butterfly Wound Adhesive Bandages, 100/Box (G135)

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Item #: 901-813138
  Model #: FAOG135
Brand: First Aid Only
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First Aid Only 0.38 x 1.75 Medium Butterfly Wound Adhesive Bandages, 100/Box (G135)
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First Aid Only 0.38" x 1.75" Medium Butterfly Wound Closures are specially designed with a waterproof band to secure and close small wounds/incisions. First Aid Only®  waterproof butterfly closures are designed to close and secure small wounds and incisions holding the skin firmly while not sticking to the wound itself. They remove the need for stitches in relatively minor cuts. Sterile unless package is opened or damaged.
  • Bandage Material & Color: Plastic, White
  • Bandage Size: 0.38" x 1.75"
  • Piece Count: 100 Per Box
  • Sterile
  • Hold skin firmly without sticking to the wound itself
  • Waterproof butterfly closures are designed to close and secure small wounds and incisions
  • Individually packaged to provide sterile treatment
  • Promotes fast healing and ensure a secure closure
  • Removes the need for stitches in relatively minor cuts
  • Not made with natural rubber latex
  • Perfect as a first aid refill or standalone.
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Color Family : White Band Aids & Bandages Material : Fabric Width in Inches : .38 True Color : White
Band Aids & Bandages Sterile : Sterile Band Aids & Bandages Pack Size : 91-100 FSA Eligble : No Waterproof : Not Waterproof
Band Aids & Bandages Length (Inches) : 1.75 Brand : First Aid Only Customizable : No
Weight : 0.10 lbs. per Box

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