Medline Medigrip Elasticated Tubular Support Bandage

Medline Medigrip Elasticated Tubular Support Bandage

Brand/Manufacturer: MEDLINE INDUSTRIES
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Medline Medigrip Elasticated Tubular Bandage is constructed of a durable knitted fabric with interwoven elastomer, making it a practical, easy-to-use solution to the problems posed by soft tissue injuries and sprains. It is also suitable for a wide range of clinical uses including the management of hypertrophic scarring, support for amputation stumps, reduction of edema, assisting venous return, and prevention of varicose veins.

Medigrip Elasticated Tubular Bandage Highlights

  • Easy to apply and reapply
  • Wide range of applications
  • Good for securing dressings
  • Up to 7 days


Item # Desc Pkg Price
MSC9500 Size: A, 1.75"W x 11yd, for Infant Feet and Arms Each
MSC9501 Size: B, 2.5"W x 11yd, for Small Hands and Limbs Each
MSC9502 Size: C, 2.625"W x 11yd, for Adult Hands, Arms or Legs Each
MSC9503 Size: D, 3"W x 11yd, for Large Arms or Legs Each
MSC9504 Size: E, 3.5"W x 11yd, for Legs or Small Thighs, Elastic Latex Each
MSC9505 Size: F, 4"W x 11yd, for Large Knees or Thighs, Elastic Latex Each
MSC9506YDH Size G: 4.75"W (12 cm), for Large Thighs Each
MSC9506 Size: G, 4.75"W x 11yd, for Large Thighs Each
MSC9505YDH Size F: 4' W (10 cm) for Large Knees or Thighs Each
MSC9504YDH Size E: 3-1/2' W (8.75 cm) for Legs or Small Thighs Each

Medline Medigrip Elasticated Bandage Features

  • Provides excellent support for joints
  • Can be used as mild compression when doubled
  • It May be left in place for up to seven days
  • Dressing change frequency will depend on the amount of drainage

What to buy with Medline Medigrip Bandage


When to Use Medline Medigrip Tubular Bandage?

  • Edema.
  • Treatment of chronic venous insufficiency.
  • Dislocations.
  • Sprains.
  • As a retention dressing.

Recommended Primary Dressings:

  • Qwick
  • Opticell Ag+
  • OptiLock


  • Patients with a known sensitivity to latex.

Required Change Frequency

You should change this product every 7 days, but how often you change it also depends on how much liquid is coming out of the wound and what your doctor recommends. Always listen to your doctor when taking care of wounds or any other medical advice.

How to Measure for Medigrip

  • For the leg, measure around the widest part of the calf.
  • For the arm, measure around the thickest part of the forearm if you're using it to cover your forearm or the whole arm.
  • For the hand, measure around the big knuckles of your fingers.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can you sleep in a tubular bandage?

Sleeping with a tubular bandage like Medigrip is not safe because you can't check your blood circulation. Always listen to your doctor.

How long is it safe to wear a compression bandage?

You can wear a compression bandage for up to seven days. But ask your doctor for more advice.

Does compression help healing?

Compression can make swelling and pain go down and help you heal faster.


Medigrip Elasticated Tubular Bandage Specification

Particular Specification
Adhesive No
Antimicrobial No
Dressing Change Max: 7Day: Check Drainage
Dressing Type Tubular Bandage
Hand Tear No
Latex Free No
Length Yards 11yd, 1yd
Material Elastic Tubular Bandage
Sterile No
Length Inches 396 in, 36 in


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