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A single-use device, also referred to as a disposable device, is intended for use on one patient during a single procedure. It is not intended to be reprocessed (i.e., cleaned and disinfected or sterilized).
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M03050201 - Natural cast bandages and splints
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A plaster-coated fabric bandage that is applied in layers around an injured limb or part of limb to construct a stiff dressing (cast) in order to immobilize fractured bones, diseased joints, or painful sprains.




Plaster is the traditional treatment for bone fractures in orthopedic clinics. It has long been the most advantageous option, due to how easy it is to make and its low cost. In addition, most people have good tolerance to plaster and allergies to it are very rare.

The problem with plaster is that it is heavy and must remain dry: water will distort the cast shape and can cause problems for healing should the cast get wet.

Technical specifications

  • 100% bleached cotton gauze support
  • Plaster of natural origin with binder
  • Average setting time: 2 to 3 minutes
  • Rolled up on a plastic tube
  • Non sterile, for single use
  • Width: 15 cm
  • Length: 2.5 to 3 m

Packaging & Labelling

Each bandage is individually wrapped in a heat-welded, waterproof pack

Instructions for use

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Precautions for Use

Do not soak the bandage in warm water.

Plaster bandages are very appreciated by artists and handymen of all kinds; think about it if your stock disappears strangely.


Protect from sunlight - Protect from humidity

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