Adhesive Coverlet Bandages – Coverlet Adhesive Bandages, Toe Shields 2 1/2″ x 1 3/8″
Latex-Free. Adhesive Coverlet Bandages are made to absorb liquid fast. In addition, all Coverlet bandages feature an extra-large wound pad capable of absorbing 10 times its own weight in water. The 360-degree adhesive surrounding the island pad helps seal the afflicted area from dirt and contamination – keeping wounds clean and providing an environment conducive to healing.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are the characteristics of Coverlet Bandages?
Adhesive Coverlet Bandages are made to absorb liquid fast; faster than any of the competitors tested. In addition, every Coverlet features an extra-large wound pad capable of absorbing 10 times its own weight in water. The 360-degree adhesive surrounding the island pad helps seal the afflicted area from dirt and contamination — keeping wounds clean and providing an environment conducive to healing. Available in 13 different shapes and sizes, Coverlet is perfect for use on knees, elbows, chins, noses and knuckles. Its elastic fabric moves with the curves and contours of the skin and body, sticking with your patients wherever they go. 100% latex-free to eliminate the risk of latex reactions.
- Absorbs liquid faster than competitors**
- Absorbs 10× its own weight in water
- 360-degree adhesive keeps wounds clean
- Elastic fabric
- 13 shapes and sizes
** Laboratory testing results are intended to illustrate a product’s performance under controlled conditions. Actual use results may vary.
What is the design of an adhesive bandage?
An adhesive bandage is a small, flexible sheet of material that is sticky on one side, with a smaller, non-sticky, absorbent pad stuck to the sticky side. The pad is placed against the wound, and overlapping edges of the sticky material are smoothed down so they stick to the surrounding skin. Adhesive bandages are generally packaged in a sealed, sterile bag, with a backing covering the sticky side; the backing is removed as the bandage is applied. They come in a variety of sizes and shapes.
What is the function of an adhesive Coverlet bandage?
The adhesive bandage protects the wound and scab from friction, bacteria, damage, and dirt. Thus, the healing process of the body is less disturbed. Some of the dressings have antiseptic properties. An additional function is to hold the two cut ends of the skin together to make the healing process faster.
Are there any allergies concerned?
There are a few common allergy concerns that may come with the use of adhesive bandages. The most common allergic reaction is that of the latex, which may cause further inflammation of the wound. Some allergies can also arise from the adhesives used on the bandage, which can cause redness and itchiness to sensitive skin. To avoid these allergies, bandages are produced using a variety of materials and adhesives.
How are adhesive Coverlet bandages applied?
First, the packaging of bandage need be removed, as well as the film coverings on the adhesive part of bandage. These bandages have a small piece of gauze centered in on the adhesive tape. The gauze pad should be placed directly over the wound. Once the wound is adequately covered with the pad, gently stretch the adhesive part of the bandage and attach it firmly to the skin surrounding the wound.