Jiangsu Feixia Medical Products Co., Ltd.

EC Certificate No. G2 044172 0026 Rev. 01
EC Certificate No. G2S 044172 0027 Rev. 01
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Laparotomy Sponges (Abdominal Pads)

Gauze Bandage

Gauze Rolls

Gauze Masks

Gauze Swabs

Gauze Balls

Gauze Eye Pad

Cotton Wool roll

Cotton Ball

Dental Cotton Roll

Non-woven Swabs

Triangular Bandages

Crepe Bandages

Gauze Bandage


Gauze bandages are made out of 100% pre-washed medical grade cotton gauze with highly absorbency and featured soft and conformable, low lint. Gauze bandages are thin, woven fabric that can be placed over a wound to keep it clean while still allowing air to ventilate the bandage and skin to protect and facilitate in the healing process of wounds, secure dressings in place, maintain cleanliness of the wound, and absorb bodily secretions. Gauze bandages can also be used to slow the rate of bleeding, prevent the entry of dirt and bacteria into the wound, hold the skin together to accelerate the healing process, and some may have antiseptic properties, meanwhile, gauze bandages are ideal dressing for hard to reach areas that may be difficult to dress. Because of its non-adhesive properties, gauze bandages can be used directly on a wound and suitable for fixation of dressings and for compression of joints, limbs and other parts of the human body, and gauze bandage can also be used as an outer layer in compressive wound care as well as a secondary wound dressing. High quality gauze bandages featured with low compression, high tensile strength and breathability, such can assist in the healing process. Gauze bandages are available in various dimensions and plies, any specification of gauze bandages is subjected to purchase order.
Gauze bandages can be packed in paper pouch or blister packing or shrinkage packing individually for easy open, and packaging are marked legibly in line with EC requirements and industrial requirements.
Gauze mesh is associated with the density of the cotton that the
gauze bandage is made from. A higher mesh count signifies higher density of the gauze. Gauze yarn relates to the fineness (or coarseness) of the gauze bandage. An elevated yarn count is indicative of courser threads.
For gauze bandages made of other compositions such as viscose and polyester bandage (G7), contact the manufacturer.


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Some specifications of gauze bandages s are listed as follows:





205 001



12rolls/pack, 100pks/case

205 002



12rolls/pack, 100pks/case

For specifications of gauze bandages required by end user or purchase order, contact the manufacturer.


Related information:

First aid kits usually contain a roll of gauze bandage, a few single gauze squares, bandage tape, anti-bacterial ointment, and other medical supplies to treat injuries. The bandages are very versatile and can cover a wound on just about any part of the body. They work well on burns, head injuries, and large lacerations that need more than a simple adhesive bandage. At home, one can be used to cover scrapes on the knees or elbows, or cuts on fingers and hands. In the hospital, medical professionals use them to cover surgical sites.
When using a roll of gauze, the end is pulled out and placed over a piece of wound dressing, such as a medicated pad of cotton. The gauze is then wrapped around the location of the wound. The ends of the gauze bandage can be tied together or a piece of bandage tape can be used to secure them and keep the material in place. The bandage can be wrapped and tied tightly when compression is needed to control bleeding.
Individual pieces of gauze are also a common form of gauze bandage. A doctor or nurse may apply medicine to individual pieces before placing them directly onto a wound. When an adhesive bandage is too small to cover the entire laceration or it is in a hard to reach place, this material can be used. In these cases, bandage tape is usually used to keep the gauze in place.
Since a
gauze bandage is made of woven fabric, it is air permeable and absorbent. These are good qualities to have in a bandage to promote wound healing. These same qualities can also lead to infections if the bandage is not changed regularly, however. A large, open, or infected wound will require more frequent dressing changes than a smaller, non-infected wound that is farther along in the healing process. The guidelines of a medical professional should be followed as to when and how to change bandages.

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