The crepe bandage should be wrapped snugly around the area in need of support. This may be an ankle, wrist or a knee. Make sure the bandage is not too tight. It should support the injured area, but not hinder circulation/
A crepe bandage is used for minor injuries and sprains. It is used to support the injured area and to avoid further swelling.
Do not leave a crepe bandage on overnight. Always remove the bandage before going to bed so that the injured area can be monitored. Remove and reapply the crepe bandage immediately if increased pain or a tingling sensation occurs.
No, you don’t need a prescription to order dressings such as a crepe bandage.
Our crepe bandage is available without a prescription and ready to order.
Yes, a crepe bandage should not affect pregnancy or breastfeeding. If you are unsure of how to apply or use the bandage, please ask your GP for advice.
The crepe bandage should be snug and secure, but not too tight as swelling may develop. Check the circulation regularly.
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