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Old 07-22-08, 07:46 PM
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First-Aid Bandage Netting

Anyone know what that netting stuff is called? You know? The netting stuff they use to wrap bandaged riders? I recently had some of it applied to me after a crash during a race but never asked what it was called or where to get it.

Where can I find it?

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This stuff? I have it ... and let me tell you it works GREAT! But I don't know what it is called.

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Old 07-22-08, 08:30 PM
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Care to share where you picked up said netting? In the US?
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Tubular net bandages is what google turned up.

http://www.medicalsupplygroup.com/SP...ci_sku=1050912
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any decent size drug store has tubular net bandages.

I find Coban self-adhesive wrap to be more useful in day-to-day self administered first aid as a dressing holder. I still bring a mesh sleeve in the first aid kit though.
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Care to share where you picked up said netting? In the US?
It was given to me by a homecare nurse here in Canada. I used it when I burnt my foot to the bone ... to keep the bandaging on my foot for about 3 months.
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Brave Solider has a crash pak that has some of it in there. I tried it last fall and worked really well. http://www.bravesoldier.com/crash-paks.php is the link, but I don't see where you can just buythe gauze itself on the website
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go to the drugstore! look in the first aid aisle!
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