A Bandage, also commonly known as a Band-Aid® (a registered brand of Johnson & Johnson), is a piece of material used to bind or wrap an injured part of the body. Bandages are placed directly on the wound, usually being a cut, scrap, or abrasion of the skin, for protection and to facilitate the healing process. StayGuard™ bandages are available in a wide range of sizes, shapes, materials and other options for every wound application.
STAYGUARD™ IS THE BRAND OF CHOICE
StayGuard™ bandages are available in a wide range of options for every type of wound application. Our expansive range includes various materials, shapes, and sizes, each of which provide the most suitable protection for any kind of wound. Our bandages feature an optional antiseptic treated pad which facilitates a shorter healing period as well as high absorbency of blood and secretions from the wound. CE, ISO and USFDA certifications ensure all of our bandages are produced only of medical-grade materials and are sterile.
Bandages are the best means to provide protection for scraps, cuts, and other wounds of the skin, while at the same time facilitating the healing process. StayGuard™ bandages are suitable for both consumer and hospital use and are available in retail stores, pharmacies, hospitals, and through other distribution channels. StayGuard™ bandages are available in 7 different materials, 12 sizes, and 5 shapes to meet the needs of consumers and healthcare professionals worldwide.
How does covering a wound reduce the chance of scarring?
Covering a wound with a protective bandage until it heals helps speed healing and helps minimize the chance of scarring, because it helps prevent scabbing. Contrary to popular belief, keeping a wound uncovered and allowing it to "breathe" and form a scab actually slows the healing process and when it falls off leaves a visible mark.
Bandages that absorb a wound's fluids and maintain an important natural moisture balance are ideal for healing.
How StayGuard™ bandages should be used?
1) Clean carefully and thoroughly the affected area
2) Cover with bandage while being careful not to touch the cut, scrape or burn
3) Replace if it is wet or as needed
How should the bandages be stored?
You should keep the bandages in a cool and dry place out of direct sunlight.
Why StayGuard™ bandages?
StayGuard™ bandages are made of high quality material, easy to use. They provide great absorption and strong adherence. In addition StayGuard™ bandages feature different materials, sizes and colors to adapt to each necessity.
Are StayGuard™ bandages reusable?
No, they are not reusable. You should apply a new one to prevent infection and make sure it adheres to the surface if needed.