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Sterile Band Aids

Sterile Band Aids, also known as benzalkonium chloride paste, is commonly known as bactericidal elastic band-aid.
It is the most commonly used surgical medicine in people's lives, so it is commonly known as "hemostasis plaster".

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Description

Sterile Band Aids, also known as benzalkonium chloride paste, is commonly known as bactericidal elastic band-aid. It is the most commonly used surgical medicine in people's lives, so it is commonly known as "hemostasis plaster". Band-aid is mainly composed of flat cloth tape and absorbent pad, which has hemostasis and protection.

Application

Sterile Band Aids are suitable for use in small wounds where the wounds are superficial, the wounds are neat and clean, and there is little bleeding without suturing. In general, if it is only a slight epidermal wound, you don't need to use a band-aid. Just apply it with medical alcohol, which will prevent infection.

Parameter

Material: textile: non-woven, silk fabric, elastic fabric

plastic: PVC, PE, EVA,foam

Name: Sterile band aids;

Color: skin color or customized;

Island Expiry Time: 2 years;

Size: 72mm x 19mm or customized;

Packing: 100pcs/box, 200pcs/box or customized

Brand: Oyeah or OEM

Precautions

Before using the Sterile Band Aids, carefully check for any dirt in the wound. If there is any uncleanness, wash the wound with saline, dry it, apply iodine glycerin, and then stick a band-aid. If the wound is scratched by rust, the tetanus antitoxin should be injected first, and the wound should be slightly pressurized when applied.

After the wound is attached to the Sterile Band Aids, the patient should pay attention to protect the wound and avoid active bleeding, that is, less local activity of the wound, no water, and no pollution. Do not pinch the wound with your hands, and prevent the skin from colliding and avoiding cracking.

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