retention crepe bandage

  • Description
  • Benefits
  • Indications
  • In Practice

White crepe bandage with blue stripe:

  • Highly extensible (120%)
  • Made from natural fibres – breathable
  • Maintains its elastic properties
  • Washable for reuse

nylexocrep_pansementComposition

  • 96% cotton/viscose
  • 4% elastane.

Mode of action

Crepe bandage for the retention of dressings, catheters, splints etc.


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  • 120% extensibility
  • Stretchable, conforms well to any anatomical contour
  • Radio-transparent
  • Absorbent, and breathable : avoids maceration
  • Comfortable
  • Does not adhere to skin or hair for painless removal
  • Non-irritant
  • Washable and reusable

Retention and protection of pad and dressings.

Contraindications

Sensitivity to any of the bandage components.

Instructions for use

  • Unroll enough Nylexocrep to encircle the part of the body to be bandaged (approx. 20-30 cm) and relax the pressure on the bandage
  • Make a first turn with the bandage, and then continue bandaging with a minimum 50% overlap
  • The last turn should cover the previous turn completely and not overlap the skin
  • Secure bandage with tape

The bandage is washable and may be reused.

Precautions for use

  • Never place the bandage directly on damaged skin (cover first with an appropriate dressing)
  • When applying the bandage, excessive pressure may cause a tourniquet effect:
    • If problems arise, reduce the pressure applied
  • In cases of prolonged or repeated use, the use of greasy substance under the bandage may weaken the elastic filaments and reduce the effectiveness of the bandage

nylexocrepSizes available

  • 4 m x 5 cm
  • 4 m x 7 cm
  • 4 m x 10 cm
  • 4 m x 15 cm

 

 


This website is an international website. Some products or sizes can therefore be unavailable in some countries. For more information, please contact us.
Last update : November 23, 2017