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Self-adhesive elastic bandages

Elastic fixing bandages

Self-adhesive elastic bandages

A practical way to hold 
dressings in place.

WHAT ARE THEY?

Bandages used to hold your dressings in place.

WHAT DO THEY DO FOR YOU?

Keep dressings firmly fixed to any part of your body.

MESH BANDAGES

hold the dressing onto any part of your skin, no matter how large or difficult the area is to cover.

FLEXA SOFT

for comfortable fixing.

SELF FIX

hold dressings in place, but are also ideal for light support of sprains and contusions.

WHAT MAKES THEM UNIQUE?

MESH BANDAGES

Large mesh makes them adaptable to any part of the body. The sizes are specifically created to be suitable for any area.

FLEXA SOFT

Soft, compact, highly stretchable.

SELF FIX

Quick and easy to apply and remove, and without a separate closure. Sticks to itself, not to your skin or hair.

IN WHAT FORMATS CAN YOU FIND THEM?

All mesh bandages are 3 metres long, and come in different sizes for different parts of your body:

  • Fingers
  • Wrists and ankles
  • Feet and arms
  • Elbows
  • Legs and knees
  • Head and thigh
  • Chest and abdomen

The only exception is the Umbilical Kit, which is 70 cm long and made up of 3 bandages and 3 pads, suitable for dressing the umbilical cord.

Flexa Soft bandages come in 4 sizes that are not reimbursable by the Italian National Health Service:

  • 6cm x 4m
  • 8cm x 4m
  • 10cm x 4m
  • 12cm x 4m

Self Fix is available in even more sizes, all of which are reimbursable by the Italian National Health Service:

  • 4cm x 4m
  • 6cm x 4m
  • 8cm x 4m
  • 10cm x 4m
  • 12cm x 4m
  • 6cm x 20m
  • 8cm x 20m
  • 10cm x 20m
  • 12cm x 20m
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