Cotton Medical Gauze Bandage 2x2" 6-12ply Optional X-Ray Strip Durable
Contact Person : Jonese Liu
Phone Number : 86-15638655711
WhatsApp : +8615638655711
|Minimum Order Quantity :||100000Pcs||Price :||Negotiable|
|Packaging Details :||In bulk or individual packing||Delivery Time :||30days|
|Payment Terms :||L/C, T/T, Western Union||Supply Ability :||100000Pcs/Day|
|Place of Origin:||Henan, China||Brand Name:||Joinkona|
|Certification:||CE, ISO13485, FDA||Model Number:||JKS-001|
|Product Name:||Medical Gauze Pad||Material:||Cotton|
|Measure::||2x2",3x3",4x4" With 4,5,6-12ply Or Customized||Feature::||With/without X-ray Strip|
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Description: Customized Cotton Gauze Bandage, Medical Gauze Pads X Ray Strip Flexible
Gauze bandages are common and very versatile thin, woven, and breathable fabric bandages that can be used to secure a dressing in place, or may be placed directly over a wound to keep it clean while allowing air to penetrate to improve the healing process.
Products: Medical gauze
Measure: 2x2",3x3",4x4" with 4,5,6-12ply or customized
Material: 30/35g cotton, rayon, polyester or blended
Feature: With/without X-ray strip
Packaging: Packed in polybag or customized packing
Gauze is a thin, translucent fabric with a loose open weave. In technical terms "gauze" is a weave structure in which the weft yarns are arranged in pairs and are crossed before and after each warp yarn keeping the weft firmly in place. This weave structure is used to add stability to fabric, which is important when using fine yarns loosely spaced. However, this weave structure can be used with any weight of yarn, and can be seen in some rustic textiles made from coarse hand-spun plant fiber yarns.
When used as a medical dressing, gauze is generally made of cotton. It is especially useful for dressing wounds where other fabrics might stick to the burn or laceration. Many modern medical gauzes are covered with a plastic porous film such as Telfa or a polyblend which prevents direct contact and further minimizes wound adhesion. Also, it can be impregnated with a thick, creamy mixture of zinc oxide and calamine to promote healing, as in Unna's boot. Gauze is also used during procedures involving accidental tooth loss; either the gauze is used to provide pressure as the tooth is moved back into its corresponding socket, or the tooth is wrapped in gauze and placed in milk or saline to keep it alive while the tooth is being transported or prepared for reinsertion.