A Gauze Bandage is a thin, woven fabric medical bandage used for wound protection with highly absorbent material that ensures absorption of blood and other secretions from the site of a wound of injury. Apart from wound protection, a gauze bandage can also be used to hold dressings in place, to keep a wound clean, or even to directly apply on the surface of the injury.
STAYGUARD™ IS THE BRAND OF CHOICE
StayGuard™ gauze bandages are made from 100% pure, medical-grade cotton. Available in multiple sizes and lengths with a wide range of mesh (density of the woven fabric) and yarn (courseness of the threads) options to suit all possible applications, our gauze bandages are extremely versatile for professional medical use. The air permeable nature of our bandage promotes rapid skin repair and the flexibility and elasticity of our gauze bandage enable easy use for areas that are difficult to dress, while providing comfort with freedom of movement and secure wrapping simultaneously. This product line is manufactured with ISO, CE and USFDA approved certifications.
StayGuard™ gauze bandages are used in hospitals, clinics, operating rooms, and households for both consumer and professional needs. Various available widths, from 5cm to 20cm, and lengths, from 3m to 10m, ensure the bandages can treat any wound or injury regardless of the wound size or position.
How tight do I have to wrap the bandage?
When wrapping the gauze bandage around the location of the wound, if the wound is still bleeding, tie the wound tightly so that compression can control the bleeding at the sight of the injury. With wounds that do not require a strict compression for bleeding, wrap it around with moderate strength so that the injury is not pressured too much.
What do I do if the bandage is stuck on the wound?
1) Before you remove your gauze bandage, wash your hands with soap in order to reduce the chance of infecting the wound.
2) Slowly begin to remove the old gauze from the wound in the direction of hair growth. When there is a resistance due to the bandage stuck in the scar, stop immediately.
3) Using 1 teaspoon of table salt per a gallon of water, make a salt water solution.
4) Soak the bandage-covered wound in the salt water you made in the previous step, and then try to remove the bandage. If you still cannot remove the bandage, repeat the soaking procedure.
5) Remove the bandage once enough salt water has been applied to soften the wound.
6) Dress the wound with a fresh bandage.
Why use StayGuard™ gauze bandages?
StayGuard™ gauze bandage is made of 100% pure, high quality cotton, made in eco-friendly way. It doesn’t slip easily from the wound area, and is lightweight. Our bandages are manufactured with ISO, CE and USFDA approved certifications.