An emergency wound dressing is a flat dressing with a bandage including adhesive plaster and a sterile compress processed in 1. Due to the high absorption capacity of the wound pad, the hemostatic dressing is used for open wounds and bleeding wounds.
Why buy wound dressings?
- Produced from high quality viscose and polyester.
- High absorbency
- Packed per piece in a cellophane (Hygienic use)
What is an emergency wound dressing used for?
An emergency wound dressing is available in different sizes and can therefore be used for open and bleeding wounds. The pressure applied with the bandage ensures that the blood is staunched after application. The wound dressing already contains the adhesive plaster and is designed in such a way that it can only be applied in the event of an injury. Because the adhesive plaster is already present, you can easily fix the bandage and no adhesive plaster is needed anymore. Ensure that the wound dressing is always placed over the entire wound.
In the world of First Aid & Company Emergency Response, the quick bandage is also called hemostatic bandage, quick wound bandage, or German quick bandage. Make sure that the quick bandage is always present in the first aid kit or first aid kit and that the contents are complete and checked annually.
What is the difference between wound dressings and dressings?
The wound dressing is a flat version with an adhesive plaster attached to both sides. The bandage is fitted with a bandage on one side for easy movement around a wound.
Are you looking for the flat quick bandage rolled ?
- Size: 4 x 6 cm
- Sterile packed per piece
- Available in different sizes
- HEKA Article no. VA0404
- ZI Number: 15490084
- 400 x 6 cm
- van Heek Medical
- Delivery Time
- Ordered before 17:00 is delivered the next day.
- € 0,00 - € 9,99
- 1 piece