Tubigrip Elastic Tubular Bandage 400" length (10 meters)

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Tubigrip Elastic Tubular Bandage 400" length (10 meters)

  • 100% cotton
  • Elasticated tubular bandage
  • No pins or tape needed
  • Will not lose elasticity when washed

Product Overview

Tubigrip Elastic Tubular Bandage 400" length (10 meters)

Tubigrip Elastic Tubular Support Bandage


The Tubigrip Elastic Tubular Support Bandage is a multi-purpose tubular bandage. Tubigrip provides tissue support in the treatment of strains and sprains, soft tissue injuries, joint effusions, general oedema, post- burn scarring and ribcage injuries and is also used for pressure dressings and arm fixation.

Tubigrip is made from cotton with covered elastic threads laid into the fabric to form free-moving spirals. The fabric is available in two colors – natural shade and flesh shade.

Tubigrip provides lasting, effective support with complete freedom of movement for the patient. Once the bandage has been applied, covered elastic threads within the fabric move to adjust to the contours of the body and distribute pressure evenly over the surface. Fitting is quick and easy. Tubigrip stays securely in position without pins or tapes, unlike conventional crepe bandages.

As it can easily be reapplied after washing, without loss of effect, Tubigrip is particularly useful for outpatients and in the community. Tubigrip reduces wastage, as only the exact amount required is cut from the roll. Apply with a 2–3cm overlap. Tubular Bandage Applicators may be used to make application easier over bulky dressings or painful joints.

Tubigrip is loaded onto the applicator, which is then positioned over the affected area. The end of the bandage is held in position while the applicator is gently removed, leaving the Tubigrip in place. Form a double layer by doubling back the bandage. Ensure that the upper edge of the second layer is taken 2–3cm higher up the limb than the first.

Benefits of Use:

  • Provides comfortable, effective tissue support
  • Easy to apply and reapply
  • Full range of sizes to suit any application
  • No pins or tapes needed
  • Washable (without loss of effectiveness)
  • Choice of two colors for patient acceptability

Application:

  • 1. Cut Tubigrip to twice length required for limb, allowing an extra 2–3cm for overlap.
  • 2. Pull Tubigrip onto limb like a stocking.
  • 3. Double Tubigrip back over limb. Ensure upper edge is taken 2–3cm higher up the limb than the first.

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Tubigrip Elastic Tubular Bandage 400" length (10 meters)

1443 - Size C: 2.75" Natural color - $39.16

1437 - Size D: 3" Natural color - $44.57

1451 - Size D: 3" Beige - $50.29

1434 - Size E: 3.5" Natural color - $50.61

1438 - Size F: 4" Natural color - $55.41

1448 - Size E: 3.75" Beige - $57.39

151439 - Size G: 4.5" Natural color - $64.13

1452 - Size F: 4" Beige - $64.20

1440 - Size J: 6.75" Natural color - $79.69

1449 - Size B: 2.5" Beige - $94.53



Tubigrip Elastic Tubular Bandage 400" length (10 meters) Reviews Summary

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Top Pros

Easy To Use (33)
Effective (31)
safe (21)
Promotes Healing (19)
Great support (1)
Top Cons

none (2)
Want a smaller quantity (1)
Hard to do second layer (1)
no cons (1)
color (1)
Top Best Uses

long term use (31)
Quick Fix (6)
Emergency Preparedness (5)
Outdoor Activities (5)
Keep In The Medicine Cabinet (4)
1-5 of 53 reviews
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Best results ever

Pros:
Effective. Easy To Use. Promotes Healing. really effective blend of. effective fiber blend.
Cons:
snags easily. edges unravel quickly.
Best Uses:
light compression prn.
Describe Yourself:
patient. haxe a chronic illness.

Using these personalized 'stockings' helps greatly to manage swelling between treatments with a mechanized compression system for lymphedema. Very comfortable and easy to put on w/o help. Quick rinse, towel wrap and they'll be fully dry in a short time. Spandex is just right!

by Eddiy from Lehigh Valley PA
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Better than support hosiery

Pros:
Effective. Easy To Use.
Best Uses:
Use as support stocking.
Describe Yourself:
patient. Retired.

Quick delivery. Easy to use. Launders well. I machine wash it in a lingerie bag in cool water and hang to dry. Since it comes in a long roll it can be cut to the exact length that best fits your needs.

by Carrie from Iowa
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Tubigrip replaces support hose

Pros:
Promotes Healing. Effective.
Describe Yourself:
Healthcare Profesional. caregiver.

We use these for legs with varicose veins that are tired, sore, and need extra support. We use these on mainly the larger legs that have a hard time with the

by Lolly RN from Portland, Oregon
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Tubigrip

Pros:
Easy To Use.
Describe Yourself:
patient.

The Tubigrip I purchased is easy to use. I purchased this product with the help of my Wound Center. I purchased the same size and elasticity as the Wound Center but I have found it is not as durable (shreds easily at the top and bottom where it is cut to fit)and it is not as tight as theirs, yet it is supposed to be the same. I will continue using it because of the convenience. I like the idea of the roll so they can be cut to fit. Thank you.

by George from North Adams. MA
BOTTOM LINE No, I wouldn't recommend this to a friend
Works for my mom

Pros:
Effective. Easy To Use. Practical and inexpensive.
Cons:
shrinks in wash.
Best Uses:
compression hose. Quick Fix. Keep In The Medicine Cabinet.
Describe Yourself:
caregiver.

We cut the tubing to length and use them as compression hose for my elderly mother. They are easier to get on and more comfortable for her feet.

by Marf from Chester County, PA
BOTTOM LINE Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
3 out of 3 found this review helpful
1-5 of 53 reviews
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what are the measurements for the tubigrip....?
Asked on Mar 20, 2013 12:19:31 PM by cyn from mo
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I have a question about how to wash the Tubigrip tubular bandage?
Answered on Jun 25, 2013 11:15:39 AM by choctaw8069 from Utah
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Need MD or trained nurse to measure for proper sizing
Answered on Jun 28, 2013 8:05:41 AM by Bill from St Louis
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Wash by hand in cold water. Hang to dry.
Answered on Nov 20, 2013 3:02:51 PM by Jean from Dallas, Tx
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will you accept paypal payment?
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How do I detirmine the size of Tubigrip to use on my knees?
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Tubigrip Ordering I nformation Product Code Shade Natural Beige Size 3.28’ (1m) 32.81’ (10m) 32.81’ (10m) A Infant feet and arms - 1435 - B Small hands and arms 1520 1436 1449 C Medium arms, small ankles 1521 1443 1450 D Large arms, medium ankles, small knees 1522 1437 1451 E Large ankles, medium knees, small thighs 1528 1434 1448 F Large knees, medium thighs 1523 1438 1452 G Large thighs - 1439 1453 J Small trunks - 1440 - K Small/Medium trunks - 1441 - L Large trunks - 1442 -
Answered on May 8, 2013 6:56:19 AM by Tony from Orlando, FL
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Is tubi grip a product covered by medicare?
Asked on Mar 19, 2012 3:07:37 PM by karen from Wisconsin
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In my experience, the only way you can get medicare to cover this is if you have a home care agency come in with a nurse to manage a wound. When the agency nurse comes in, they are obligated to bring all the wound supplies with them, including tubigrip if it is needed to cover a bandage, or help the swelling so wounds will heal. It is a great benefit, and you pretty much qualify for nursing care in the home if it is hard to get out to a doctor or a wound clinic.
Answered on Oct 18, 2012 2:48:35 PM by bunkstmd from cleveland oh
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I don't know. In any event, it is inexpensive enough to buy straight out, without the paperwork complications. You can also wash the tubigrips over and over again, so they last a long time. Just don't run them through the drier.
Answered on Dec 22, 2012 12:34:26 PM by Lorraine from Santa Fe
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Answered on Jan 4, 2013 6:20:28 PM by wags from pa
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How do I determine size to order?
Asked on Jan 16, 2012 11:01:38 PM by yd from home
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My therapist told me what size was right for me.
Answered on Dec 17, 2012 8:35:05 PM by Meri from Sheboygan, WI
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Rely, first, on professional, medical guidance. They know how to measure and can suggest the correct size. Then it is a matter of the patient's and the caregiver's close observation, in partnership with the healthcare professional's, to see if the size is right. How much constriction there is is determined by what the problem is, and how well the problem responds to the level of constriction. There literally is no one size that fits all, and sometimes you need to experiment to see exactly what works for you.
Answered on Dec 22, 2012 12:38:40 PM by Lorraine from Santa Fe
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measure your calf at the largest area of the calf then check the size parameter on chart for the Tubigrip. The strength varies with the letter size getting less compression the higher the letter in the alphabet.
Answered on Jan 5, 2013 10:32:42 AM by MiMi from Denver
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doctor proscribed mine
Answered on Jan 5, 2013 4:01:08 PM by ginny pennsylvania from pennsylvania
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I ordered the size that was used by our hospitals wound care department.
Answered on Jan 7, 2013 4:07:07 PM by Bill from Bolivar, Ohio
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HOW DO I DETERMINE SIZE?
Asked on Nov 10, 2011 3:22:47 PM by SEMMR from FLORIDA
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this is for my husband. how do i determine size
Answered on Nov 17, 2011 7:02:45 AM by amy from arkansas
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call any hospital that has a burn unit, ask them. My son was in an accident he uses tubigrip on his leg and arms so he has a couple of different sizes,the hospital was kind enough to give me samples of the different sizes. C.D.E.F. hope this helps.
Answered on Jun 14, 2012 2:58:40 PM by collette from California
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How do I determine size for swelling feet, ankles and calf?
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I only know about measuring the calf...at its largest circumference. Compare that measurement with the chart on the Turbo box and order accordingly. Only thing wrong with this approach is measurements change as swelling comes and goes.
Answered on Nov 20, 2013 3:20:02 PM by Jean from Dallas, Tx
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What is the length of the roll (size F)?
Asked on Oct 30, 2011 7:51:30 AM by Will from Cave Junction OR
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It appears that this is the M1452, which is appox. 33' long. If so, this is by far the best price I have found.
Answered on Dec 30, 2011 8:42:17 PM by WATKINS12 from RICHLAND HILLS, TX
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THEY ARE ALL 10 METERS (400")
Answered on Jun 22, 2012 6:09:13 PM by I from ILLINOIS
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What is the length of the product being offered for the $39+/- price? Thanks.
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Can you get this product in a latex free version
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Yes it comes in latex free version, but the elastic doesn't work quite as well.
Answered on Apr 16, 2012 8:48:07 AM by Rachel from Knoxville, TN
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I have several problems with my knee. I have had 2 cortisone injections within 5 weeks which have not helped. I'm told i need a knee replacement, but not yet because I'm too young. will this product help with swelling, stability and pain?
Asked on Oct 1, 2011 10:27:12 AM by chris from illinois
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Will not do anything for stability or pain. Might reduce swelling but only minor amount.
Answered on Jan 4, 2013 5:35:47 PM by me from home
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Where do I measure the circumference of my legs, is it strictly on the calf area?
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Part Number(s): MOL1438 , MOL1452 , MOL1440 , MOL1451, MOL1443 , MOL1437 , MOL1434 , MOL1448 , MOL1439 , MOL1449

Mfg Part Number(s): 1443, 1437, 1451, 1434, 1438, 1448 , 151439, 1452, 1440, 1449