Medigrip LF Elastic Tubular Support Bandage for Infant Feet and Arms


Price:
Sale price$70.00 USD
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In stock (60 units), ready to be shipped
Dressing Style: Tubular
Dressing Size: 3" (7.62 cm) x 11 yd.
Count: 1

Designed to secure dressings, provide support for joints, and, when doubled, deliver mild compression Great for helping to...

  • Designed to secure dressings, provide support for joints, and, when doubled, deliver mild compression
  • Great for helping to treat edema, chronic venous insufficiency, dislocations, and sprains
  • Easy to apply and reapply to limbs

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Customer Reviews

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Lindsay
Confort and Fit

Works well at protecting skin using a Leg compression Machine

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Ann T Roslevich
Not as expected

I didn't like it because it's wayyyy to tight on my leg. I have cellulitis and use the sock covering the bandaged wound. Looked great. But looks can be deceiving.

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Hope Dymond
Read the description

I have lipedema and these are really great compression for that. However they only come in one tube and not a whole roll like I thought, so buy two :)Also read the sizing info and measure! Then you’llbe good to go!

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Lindsay
Confort and Fit

Works well at protecting skin using a Leg compression Machine

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Anna H.
BEST COMPRESSION BANDAGE EVER!

I have used these compression bandages, in various sizes, for several years. It works wells whether it's wet or dry. If I have a lot of pain in one of my legs, I wet the compression bandage and put it on my leg. It's amazing how great it feels when the bandage is wet. It take about 2 hours for it to dry out. I think it's better than an ice pack.