McKesson Compression Bandaging System, Two-Layer simultaneously absorbs, protects, and provides sustained therapeutic compression for up to seven days when applied as directed.
• Both bandages must be used together and, when used correctly, provide a secure, thin, non-slip compression dressing
• Single patient use
• Not made with natural rubber latex
McKesson Compression Bandaging System, Two-Layer is for managing venous leg ulcers and related conditions.
Prior to use, determine the ankle-brachial index (ABI) using Doppler ultrasound. An ABI less than 0.8 may indicate the presence of significant arterial disease. Do not use this bandaging system without direct medical supervision if the patient's ABI is less than 0.8 or if arterial disease is suspected. While using this product, if the patient develops pain, numbness, color changes, or cool toes or foot, the patient should seek immediate medical attention. Do not use this bandaging system on patients with an ankle circumference less than 18cm. Apply extra padding as needed over bony prominences of the ankle and/or tibia to avoid pressure necrosis.
|Not made w/ natural rubber latex||●|
|Prescribed primarily for acute care|
|Reusable rigid garment|
|Educational Material Available|
|Free Samples/Trials Available||●|
|Published Clinical Article Available|
Moderate/Highly Exudating Wounds
Non/Minimally Exudating Wounds
Change dressing as directed by a health care professional.
Layer 1 - Comfort padding bandage: a white, padded compressive bandage, which is soft and absorbent. Used to provide even inner padding. Absorbs exudate and redistributes pressure to aid in the management of venous insufficiency.
Layer 2 - Cohesive compression bandage: a flesh-colored bandage of a cohesive elastic type. Designed to provide the necessary residual pressure. Provides compression and helps keep the bandage in place.
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