Tubigrip Elastic Tubular Bandage 393" length (~10 meters)

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Tubigrip Elastic Tubular Bandage 393" length (~10 meters) Reviews Summary
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Average Rating
68 reviews
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64 out of 66 recommended this product to their friends
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)
5-6 of 68 reviews
Exactly what I was looking for

Effective. Easy to use.
Describe Yourself:

I ordered this product for my sister who has edema in her legs. It is a good alternative to compression stockings for her.

by from springfield, ohio
  Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
2 person found this review helpful
Tubigrips Do Help With Leg Swelling

Helps w/leg+ankle edema. Can be washed many times. Easy to use.
No black color. Roll not always one piece.
Best Uses:
Daily for edema .
Describe Yourself:
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Helps with leg and ankle swelling. Holds up for many washings in a washing machine. Occasionally the roll is not continuous and I cannot make as many socks as I would be able to if the roll were one piece. Color: Black would be better so the socks wouldn't show up under slacks and in shoes.

by from Kalamazoo, MI
  Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
1 person found this review helpful
5-12 of 68 reviews

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What soaps do you recommend to reduce bacteria as much as possible when washing Tubigrip? I have antibacterial hand liquid soap, Hibilens Foaming and regular All-Free detergent. My problem is that I have long term weeping from lymphedema with open wounds so the fubugrips ae changed by me at least daily and because they get soaking wet spots where the lymph fluid soaked thru my wound dressing pads. Plus, I am trying to up my sterility factor because I keep getting staph and other bacterial skin infections (both legs). So I would like am information to supplement advice from my Wound care team. Thanks~
Asked on Aug 1, 2016 12:10:37 PM by Val E from Washington DC
2 people had the same question
what is the color of natural is it more white than the beige color you offer
Asked on Jul 12, 2015 11:52:17 AM by debbi from tucson
9 people had the same question

Part Number(s): MOL1449 , MOL1440 , MOL1439 , MOL1437 , MOL1452 , MOL1434 , MOL1438 , MOL1443 , MOL1451, MOL1448

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

Scrip Part Number(s): 754 0018 01 02, 754 0018 01 07, 754 0018 01 03, 754 0018 01 04, 754 0018 03 01, 754 0018 03 02, 754 0018 03 06, 754 0018 03 03, 754 0018 03 04, 754 0018 03 05

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