MT Spandage Dressing

    MediTech International

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    MT Spandage Dressing from HealthyKin.com is a latex-free tubular elastic retainer net that replaces adhesive tapes and wraps for holding both wet and dry dressings firmly in place. Benefits include no allergic reactions, elimination of the skin stripping and excoriation caused by tape removal, no wet tape or adhesive residue. Dressing changes are faster, easier and more comfortable.

    MT Spandage Dressing Features:

    • Polyester fiber for more patient comfort
    • Latex-free
    • Providing easy examination and dressing changes
    • Holds dressings firmly in place without adhesive tape
    • Very effective when used for burn care, surgery, post-op dressing changes, donor wound graft sites, daily dressing changes, EKG stress testing and sleep studies
    • 10 yards unstretched; 25 yards stretched

    Part numbers: MT01, MT02, MT03, MT04, MT05, MT06, MT07, MT08, MT09, MT10, MT11, MT12, MT22

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      Customer Reviews

      (5.00)
      # of Ratings: 4
      1. on 7/28/2014, said:
      Just like they used at the hospital. Works great.
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      2. on 1/8/2015, said:
      Spandage goes a long way in reducing the need for use of tape to hold the side dressing in place. They even wash up nicely to provide more than a couple of uses.
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      3. on 8/28/2014, said:
      Exactly what we wanted. Thanks for the quick response! They work very well to hold non-stick bandages in place so that tape does not rip my skin when removed. Great!
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      4. on 1/12/2016, said:
      Product works great to minimize use of irritating tape for a chronic chest wound. As previously mentioned by others, the bands wash up nicely in cold water and detergent. Get many uses out of a single band.
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