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Zinc Paste Bandages  (2 Product Groups)
Zinc paste bandages use a combination of zinc oxide and calamine to create a soothing environment. This latex-free bandage has an inner plastic core that makes it easy to comfortably fit on patients. Unna boot bandages last up to seven days, include 10 yards of gauze in a single package, and also comes in a calamine-free variant. Read More
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Zinc paste bandages offer relief for leg ulcers

The latex-free bandage uses zinc oxide to administer aid for leg ulcers and other skin irritations. These items provide an excellent foundation for other healthcare supplies to do their curative work. Unna boot bandages help in the aftermath of many medical procedures, including coronary angioplasties, orthopedic surgeries, and diagnostic catheterizations. These dressings keep the leg in a lightly compressed environment to provide a natural means of alleviation.

Medline® bandages scales to the patient

With a stretchable fabric backed by an inner plastic core, it’s a simple process to fit a healing bandage directly to a patient’s leg. With 10 yards available per package, users can ration the gauze and conserve it for multiple applications. As with adhesive bandages, these models adjust to the particular needs of a patient, and fit in tight areas. The plastic core reinforces the item after it’s applied and ensures that it stays in place during movement. The gauze stretches up to four inches in width and wraps around the contours of the patient’s body for improved treatment capabilities. The compression wrap is also usable at home and requires minimal effort to maintain effectively.

Latex-free bandages are resilient 

A zinc oxide bandage lasts for up to one week, depending on whether it requires early drainage. Similar to elastic bandages, these dressings stretch and conform to the patient’s activities, ensuring that they’re resistant to any tears from strained activity. The durability of these items depends on several factors:

  • Dressing type
  • Dressing frequency
  • Latex presence
  • Calamine presence

Most variants use medical gauze as the base dressing type, with other materials used to supplement this foundation. For patients with allergies, most items are latex-free and some variants are calamine-free, as well. Help patients focus on recovery and comfort with this range of long-lasting compression wraps.