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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
Advice for you
  • Time to change the bandage!

    So you don't know how many times to change an adhesive bandage? And how about an elastic one? There's no easy answer, as it depends on the injury or sprain that you've been unlucky to sustain. As a general rule, change a bandage anywhere from at least once a day, up to twice every 6 hours. There are also other factors to consider: one example? The durability of the adhesive bandage.

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  • When fresh air helps to heal wounds

    You will often have heard about how important it is to leave a wound exposed to the air so it can heal, but it's not always the case. We'll explain when and why a wound should be covered up.

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  • Needle and thread to stitch the wound

    An important message: you'll need stitches if you've got a deep wound that reaches the fatty tissue. The sutures used to stitch the wound help by closing it up and allowing the tissue to heal over. We'll go through all the examples of when you will definitely need a bit of "mending".

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