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Lengthwise Elastic Adhesive Bandage

Fields of application

  • for compression bandages in phlebology
  • for functional bandages in sports medicine
  • for support and pressure relief of contusions, sprains and dislocations
  • for redressing bandages


  • lengthwise elastic (to about 80%)
  • with selvedges
  • permeable to air and water vapour
  • peremable to X-rays
  • skin-coloured


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Facilitating natural motion

One of the advantages of Porelast® and Porelast® PrO2 Adhesive bandages is that they do not significantly restrict the natural movements of the joints they are applied to. These adhesive bandages with lengthwise stretch are available with two types of adhesive. They can be used as permanent compression bandages in phlebology and as functional bandages in sports medicine. They also provide support and pressure relief for contusions, sprains and dislocations. These adhesive bandages can also be used for redressing bandages to correct foot deformities for example. The porous fabric coated with adhesive is permeable to air and water vapour and thus offers good ventilation — even when the turns of the bandage overlap.

Product composition

100 % cotton, synthetic rubber adhesive, contains zinc oxide

Ordering information


2.5 m (unstretched length)
Dimensions (cm x m)REFShipping units (piece)
individually packed in a folding box
6 x 2.5302101/50
8 x 2.5302111/50
10 x 2.5302121/50
in bulk in a cardboard box
6 x 2.53021310/50
8 x 2.53021410/50
10 x 2.53021510/50

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