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Dynarex

Dynarex Conforming Stretch Gauze Bandages, Sterile

Sterile
Starting at: $0.69
HARTMANN USA

Peha-haft Cohesive Conforming Gauze

Starting at: $1.79
Dynarex

Dynarex Conforming Stretch Gauze Bandages, Non-Sterile

Non-Sterile
Starting at: $2.09
HARTMANN USA

Sterilux AMD Premium Bulky Bandage

Sterile
Starting at: $2.29
HARTMANN USA

Conco Conforming Stretch Bandage, Non-Sterile

Non-Sterile
Starting at: $2.69
HARTMANN USA

Conco Conforming Stretch Bandage, Sterile

Sterile
Starting at: $0.59
Deroyal

DeRoyal Fine Mesh Gauze Dressing Rolls

Sterile
Starting at: $7.89
Cardinal Health

Dermacea Stretch Bandage Rolls, Non-Sterile

Non-Sterile
Starting at: $3.59
Integra LifeSciences

DuForm Conforming Bandage, Sterile

Sterile
Starting at: $5.29
Cardinal Health

Curity Stretch Bandages, Non-Sterile

Non-Sterile
Starting at: $4.59
Cardinal Health

Curity Stretch Bandages, Sterile

Sterile
Starting at: $8.19
Cardinal Health

Dermacea Stretch Bandage Rolls, Sterile

Sterile
Starting at: $5.59
BSN medical

Elastomull Elastic Gauze Bandage, Sterile

Sterile
Starting at: $7.19
BSN medical

Elastomull Elastic Gauze Bandage, Non-Sterile

Non-Sterile
Starting at: $4.79
Lohmann & Rauscher

Mollelast Conforming Gauze Bandage

Non-Sterile
Starting at: $9.79
Medline

Sof-Form Conforming Bandages, Non-Sterile

Non-Sterile
Starting at: $2.99

Not all areas of the body are easy to dress when an injury occurs. Conforming gauze and bandages accommodate curved and contoured areas to act as a primary dressing and protect the wound or a secondary dressing. In both cases, the elastic construction delivers a low amount of compression to aid in wound healing.

What are Conforming Gauze Dressings and Bandages?
Varying in thickness, conforming gauze dressings and bandages:

• Can be applied to a range of areas, including large surface areas, limbs, joints and difficult-to-dress spots.
• Won’t restrict the wearer’s range of motion once applied.
• Remains in place by applying a light degree of compression to improve healing.
• Can be used as a secondary dressing to protect and secure a primary material in place.
• Feature a porous, breathable construction that protects the wound yet still provides circulation, and may be impregnated with petrolatum or another solution.
• Can absorb exudate and control bacteria and moisture present in the wound; absorption varies based on thickness.
• Range in construction from cotton to synthetic.
• Are less likely to come undone or sag during wear.
• Are self-adherent, eliminating the need for adhesive or a fastener.
• May be single-use, packaged individually, or allow for repeat wear or extended use.

During application, conforming gauze dressings and bandages are wrapped around the area in a figure-eight formation for a greater degree of support.

When and Where to Use Conforming Gauze Dressings and Bandages
The flexible construction providing a low degree of compression is ideal for individuals needing more movement in an area of the body. In turn, they assist with wound care involving the:

• Hand
• Wrist
• Ankle
• Knee
• Elbow

Along with dressing wounds, conforming gauze can help support a cast or splint and can create a barrier between the skin and CPAP equipment.

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