Compression Finger Tubular Bandage

Compression Finger Tubular Bandage

Brand/Manufacturer: NORTH COAST MEDICAL
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  • FSA Approved

This bandage is washable and stretches to give gentle pressure, reducing swelling. You can use it on your fingers as one or two layers. It has something called X-STATIC to stop germs from growing. The bandage is white and made mostly of nylon, rayon, and spandex. It's sold in rolls of 5 yards (about 4.6 meters) and doesn't have latex. Sometimes, you might see a light grey color in some places on the bandage, but that's not a problem. It happens when they put the germ-fighting stuff on a light-colored material.

Why Choose Tubular Finger Bandage

  • You have swollen or injured fingers
  • It provides gentle pressure to reduce swelling
  • It's easy to slip on and fits comfortably
  • It supports healing and minimizes pain
  • It's reusable and easy to clean

Item # Desc Pkg Price
15760-1 Medium Compression, 1" (2.5cm) Width Each

Tubular Finger Bandage Features

  • Supportive and comfortable bandage
  • Convenient for everyday use
  • Suitable for fingers and toes
  • 100 Percent cotton retention bandage
  • Natural color for general use

What to buy with Compression Finger Tubular Bandage


How to Use Compression Finger Bandage

  • Ensure your hands are clean and dry before applying the bandage.
  • Measure the length of the bandage needed for your finger.
  • Cut the bandage to the appropriate length if necessary.
  • Slip the bandage onto your finger, starting from the base and gently rolling it up towards the tip. Ensure that it fits snugly but not too tight to restrict blood flow.
  • If you need extra compression, you can use it as a double layer by applying a second bandage over the first one.
  • Make sure the bandage is comfortably in place, not too tight or too loose.
  • You can wear the bandage for the recommended period to help reduce swelling and provide support as needed.

When Use Tubular Finger Bandage 

  • Your finger is swollen (edema) due to injury, surgery, or a medical condition.
  • You need support for an injured finger, like a sprain or strain.
  • After finger surgery to aid healing and reduce swelling.
  • You have arthritis or joint pain in your fingers.
  • Preventing recurrent injuries, especially if you've had previous finger injuries.

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