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Gauze and fixing

Hemmed bandages

Classic cotton bandages for fixing and protection

Hold your dressings in place with a strong and comfortable bandage.

WHAT ARE THEY?

Soft, absorbent cotton
gauze bandages.

WHAT DO THEY DO FOR YOU?

Hold your bandages in place, in a simple and long-lasting way.

DRESS FIX

is a universal hemmed bandage that is suitable for any dressing, thanks to the wide range of sizes available.

DRESS FIX CAMBRIC

uses a compact weave to give greater
comfort to your skin.

DRESS FIX AURICULAR

is a hemmed bandage, specially
created for your ear.

WHAT MAKES THEM UNIQUE?

The quality of the fabric: the anti-fray edges and the double-thread weave make them particularly strong.

IN WHAT FORMATS CAN YOU FIND THEM?

The Italian health service reimburses the following sizes of hemmed bandages:

DRESS FIX

  • 5cm x 5m
  • 7cm x 5m
  • 10cm x 5m
  • 15cm x 5m

DRESS FIX CAMBRIC:

  • 5cm x 5m
  • 7cm x 5m
  • 10cm x 5m

Here is a list of the various non-reimbursable formats and designs

DRESS FIX

  • 20cm x 5m
  • 10cm x 10m

DRESS FIX AURICULAR

  • 1cm x 5m
  • 2cm x 5m
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