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Dressings

Dressings are arguably the most important first aid item for effective wound care. Research shows chronic wounds can result in recurrent infections, which can have a devastating impact on an individual's life. Therefore, it is vital that injuries are patched up immediately and effectively following an accident. We have an extensive range of dressings that will enable you to treat a variety of wounds, including minor cuts, larger grazes and major blood wounds and trauma. These dressings are suitable for a variety of working environments, and you can also use them to refill many of the first aid kits we have across our first aid supplies catalogue. Have a look at the options available.

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Choosing A First Aid Dressing

Those looking for a general all-in-one solution for dressings should opt for the Assorted Dressings Value Pack, as it includes a variety of bandage types in a comprehensive, money-saving bundle. Each of the bandages is wrapped individually to aid hygiene and maintain freshness, with a bag of safety pins for quick fastening.

For the treatment of wounds, our premium-quality Wound Dressings are essential. These dressings absorb fluids, cover injuries and protect exposed areas of flesh from infection before transferring a patient to a hospital. They can also be used as general multi-purpose dressing for cuts and grazes and are suitable for use alongside other supplies, such as plasters, as part of an extensive first aid kit solution. The Wound Closure Strips are another form of dressing suitable for closing lacerations, cuts and incisions while reducing the risk of infection and scarring.

We understand that medical professionals often need supplies that go above and beyond standard first aid packages. The TraumaFix Dressings are one such example, as they are designed for serious injuries and major bleeds. The absorbent material and Velcro-style fastening can hold substantial amounts of fluid, while the dressing applies pressure to the wound to stem blood flow. The TraumaFix Dressings, Xtreme Adhesive Dressing Pads and Ambulance Dressings are ideal for ambulances, accident and emergency departments and any other environment where serious injuries need patching up quickly.

We also have dressings designed for different parts of the body. The Adhesive Dressings are perfect for wounds to the elbow, hip or neck, the Occlusive Adhesive Eye Pad covers the eye with a thick, comfortable and sterile material, and the Self-Seal Finger Dressings and Finger Buddies can be wrapped around fingers for higher protection than standard plasters. Meanwhile, the Sterile Nasal Wool and Nasal Plugs are designed to absorb nose bleeds.

Our range of bandages also includes a set of Multisoft Plasters for allergy sufferers and those with sensitive skin. The plasters come in a plastic case and are sold in different assortment sizes for use alongside other first aid supplies, such as cleansers. The Dressing Strips offer similar protection, but first aiders can use scissors to cut these strips to the desired length and apply as needed to a variety of different wounds. Like many of our products, they are non-sterile and are suitable for a range of minor injuries.

The Low-Adherent Dressings are also a great alternative to some of the stronger adhesive products, as they feature a film surface that prevents the material from sticking to a wound, which makes them more comfortable for a patient and minimises trauma following an accident. These dressings are also suited for the treatment of burns and other injuries where the removal of standard supplies may be painful and risk the reopening of cuts and wounds.

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