3M Coban Cohesive Bandage 4″ x 5 Yard Compression Self-adherent Non-Sterile Closure Blue (18/Case)

3M Coban Cohesive Bandage 4″ x 5 Yard Compression Self-adherent Non-Sterile Closure Blue (18/Case)

$25.00

3M Coban Self-Adherent Wrap 1584B, Nonsterile, Blue, 4″ x 5 yards. A self-adherent wrap used to secure dressings and other devices; compress or protect wound sites; and immobilize injuries Sticks to itself without the need for adhesive, pins or clips for fast and easy application Wrap stays in place to eliminate the need for frequent readjustment Comfortable thanks to lightweight, porous and breathable material Contains natural rubber latex

  • Sticks to itself without need for adhesive, pins, or clips
  • Wrap stays in place – no need for frequent readjustment
  • Lightweight, porous and comfortable for patients
  • Lightweight, porous
  • Protects primary dressings
  • Good for difficult securement applications eg. Dressings on head

3M Coban Self-Adherent Wrap is a self-adherent elastic wrap that functions like a tape but sticks only to itself. Available in sterile and nonsterile styles, and in a variety of widths and colors to meet your application needs.

Suggested Applications

  • Overwrap for splints, support sprains, and strains
  • Secure dressings and devices
  • Compression to reduce edema
  • Reduce post-operative swelling

Caution:

  • This Product Contains Natural Rubber Latex Which May Cause Allergic Reactions (bold) (must appear in all instances)

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Dimensions 13 × 8 × 6.5 in

3 reviews for 3M Coban Cohesive Bandage 4″ x 5 Yard Compression Self-adherent Non-Sterile Closure Blue (18/Case)

  1. Needed this Coban Self-adherent tape to dress an injury that needed a somewhat bulky dressing but was where bandaids would not do. This held the dressing snugly and neatly.

  2. 5Star is not enough for a very superb service and items!

  3. As advertised, Appreciated.

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