Esmark Bandages

Esmark bandages are one of the oldest kind of bandages used by medical science and date back to the late 19th century. Developed by Friedrich von esmark, these bandages are used to expel venous blood from a limb so that blood flow to a specific part is cut off momentarily. This enables the person who performs the surgery to work in a bloodless environment speeding the time of the surgery. Esmark bandages are not tourniquets and should never be used as one. At Shop Wound Care, we offer a huge range of Esmark bandages from top selling brands such as Medline, Xmark, Hartmann, etc.

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Types of Esmark Bandages

  • Based on Material - They come in two options, latex and non-latex options. People with latex allergies should always take care before using an esmark bandage. 
  • Based on Sterility - They come in both sterile and non-sterile options and depend on the part of the body where they are used.

Benefits of Esmark Bandages

  • Hygienic latex and non-latex bandages used for exsanguination of the limb 
  • Create a bloodless area for speedy surgeries and administering anesthetic agents 
  • Ideally suited for reinforcing pressure bandages
  • Can be successful to achieve hemorrhage control