Performance: Rolled bandages
have different specifications and can be used to wrap different parts of the body, such as fingers, wrists, upper and lower limbs, etc. Ordinary bandages are good for the absorption of wound exudates, and high-elastic bandages are suitable for bandaging joint injuries. One end is rolled up as a single headband, and both ends are rolled up to form a double headband. Cut both ends of the bandage longitudinally with scissors to form a four-headband.
Uses: Wrap the wound with a bandage, the purpose is to fix the gauze covering the wound, and has the effect of compression and hemostasis, and can also protect the affected area.