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Safe and Sound Health Finger Bandage with Applicator

Product code: 47529B
(incl VAT)
Protection for injured fingers and thumbs, with applicator to ensure easy and secure application of the Safe and Sound 4 Metre Finger Bandage.

An ideal addition a work or home first aid kits please take a look at other top up medical supplies.

  • Secures & Protects dressings.
  • Create various finger bandages.
  • With applicator.
  • 4 metre bandage.
Instruction leaflet.
1 x Applicator
1 x Finger bandage 1.6cm x 4m

Keep away from babies and young children at all times.
Not intended to protect against strong chemicals or to provide protection from the risk of serious infection.
If the injury is severe or if no improvement is seen within 72 hours, seek medical advice.