tg® Ready-for-use Dressings
Seamlessly taking finger injuries in hand
The tg® Finger Stall is used for finger injuries as a protective cover for wound dressings. This dressing is significantly easier to use than conventional tubular bandages because it can be easily pulled over the finger. It is easily secured around the wrist. The circular knit, seamless ready-for-use dressing stretches and adjusts to fit all finger sizes.
Hand and foot dressing
The tg® Hand/Foot Dressing is used for hand and foot injuries. Because the material is so flexible, it can even cover thick padding and wounds with swelling. It is quick and easy to use. Soft, very flexible material with seamless construction which prevents bunching translates into good skin tolerability and increases patient comfort.
The top priority: secure and comfortable all over
The tg® Head Dressing is a multifunctional tubular dressing which is used to retain wound dressings and padding. In dermatological conditions, it can also be used over ointment dressings.
Adjustable and very comfortable
The seamless, circular knit dressing can be stretched and conforms comfortably to the skin to fit any head shape. It fits well without bunching. Openings can be cut into the loose knit head dressing without further tearing. The ends which are created can be tied together under the chin without using any additional materials.
Product composition67 cotton (bleached), 33 viscose
tg® Finger Stall
|individually packed in a bag||24080||1/25/250|
|50 pieces in a cardboard box||24081||50/750|
tg® Hand/Foot Dressing
|10 pieces in a cardboard box||24085||10/200|
tg® Head Dressing
|10 pieces in a cardboard box||24083||10/200|
Fields of application
- to cover dermatological conditions (e.g. contact eczema, photodermatosis, skin being treated with medication)
- retention of wound dressings
- to cover even weeping, acutely inflamed or chronic skin conditions
- easy, time-saving handling
- well tolerated by the skin
- soft and conformable
- good fit
- can be sterilised with water vapour (121°C)