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Gauze and fixing

Elastic fixing bandages

Elastic self-adhesive bandages, with closure

A practical way to hold
 bandages 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.

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?

FLEXA SOFT

Soft, compact, highly stretchable.

SELF FIX

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

IN WHAT FORMATS CAN YOU FIND THEM?

LeFlexa Soft bandages, which are not reimbursable by the Italian national health service, come in 4 sizes:

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

Self Fix is available in even more sizes, which are all reimbursable:

  • 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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