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Adventure Medical Dressings & Bandages - Refill

Adventure Medical Dressings & Bandages - Refill
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Dressings & Bandages - Refill

Refill or customize your first aid kit with our assorted dressings and bandages pack. Everything you need to dress and bandage a wound. Non-adherent dressings are an ideal first layer over the wound so it won’t stick to the skin and will be easier to remove and change. Cover with the 4” x 4” or other appropriate size sterile dressings to keep the wound site clean and use the conforming gauze bandage to hold everything in place.

Features:

  • Won’t Stick To Skin: Non-adherent dressing won’t stick to the wound for easy removal without damaging new cell growth
  • Keep Wounds Clean: Sterile 4” x 4”, 3” x 3” or 2” x 2” dressing can be used to cover the non-adherent dressing to keep wound clean or used to clean up area around wound
  • Hold Dressings in Place: Conforming gauze bandage holds dressings securely in place
  • Pressure Dressing to Stop Bleeding: 5” x 9” sterile trauma pad provides large absorbent pad for bleeding wounds in need of compression

Specifications:

  • Size: 6.5" x 1" x 9.25"
  • Weight: 0.08 lbs
  • Group Size: 1 Person
  • Trip Duration: Multiple Days

Supply List:

Conforming Bandage

  • 1 - Conforming Gauze Bandage, 2"

Sterile Dressings

  • 2 - Sterile Gauze Dressing, 2" x 2", 1Pkg./2
  • 2 - Sterile Gauze Dressing, 3" x 3", 1Pkg./2
  • 2 - Sterile Gauze Dressing, 4" x 4", 1Pkg./2

Non-Adherent Pads

  • 2 - Sterile Non-Adherent Dressing, 2" x 3", 2 Pkg./1
  • 2 - Sterile Non-Adherent Dressing, 3" x 4", 2 Pkg./1

Trauma Pad

  • Sterile Trauma Pad, 5" x 9"

We reserve the right to add, substitute, or delete items if necessary

Please note: Some medications may not be available in products sold outside of the US, additional items may be substituted.

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