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Nexcare™ Coban™ Self-Adherent Wrap, H1581, Tan, 1 in X 5 yds stretched

  • Provides support and compression
  • Won't loosen or slip
  • Thin, lightweight, breathable material
  • Supports, secures and protects sprains, strains, splints and compresses
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Specifications
Applications
Caregivers, Hands / Heels, Hard-to-Cover Areas, Post-Surgical / Sutures / Stitches, Securing Gauze Pads, Securing Medical Devices, Sensitive Skin, Sports
Brand
Nexcare™
Color Family
Beige
Condition
Aches/Sprains/Strains, Bruises/Muscle Aches/Swelling
Hospital Name
Coban
Material
Self-Adhering
Product Type
Wraps
Properties
Breathable, Conformable, Cushioning, Self-Adhering
Use For
Secure dressings, catheters and cold or heat therapy products; support and secure sprains, strains and splints
Wound Type
Post-Surgical Incisions
Details
  • Provides support and compression
  • Won't loosen or slip
  • Thin, lightweight, breathable material
  • Supports, secures and protects sprains, strains, splints and compresses
  • Secures dressings, cathaters and cold or heat therapy products
  • Helps protect sensitive skin
  • Can be cut to desired length

Tan, self-adhering elastic support wrap.

Suggested Applications

  • Use to provide light compression or to secure dressings. Ideal for wrapping fingers and toes.
  • Use to provide light compression or to secure dressings. Ideal for wrapping fingers and toes.
  • Anchoring bulky dressings
  • Use when tape width must be customized

Legal Disclaimer

CAUTION: These Products Contain Natural Rubber Latex Which May Cause Allergic Reactions. Coban™ Self-Adering Wrap is designed to not slip or loosen after application, therefore to avoid impairing circulation which can cause serious injury, DO NOT wrap too tightly. The risk of impaired circulation is higher for children. As with any injury, it is important to frequently monitor the area (at least every 24 hours). If signs of swelling, discoloration, pain, numbness, tingling, or other changes in sesnsation occur, remove wrap immediately and contact your health care provider.