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  1. CoFlex Nonsterile Latex Cohesive Wrap Tan 2in x 5yd 1Ct
    $2.15
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  2. CoFlex LF2 St Quick-Stick Cohesive Wrap Tan 6in x 5yd 1Ct
    $7.93
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  3. Medline Medigrip Elastic Tubular Bandage SzG 4.75"W 1Ct
    $9.14
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  4. CURAD Soothe & Cool Hydrogel Bandages Assorted 8Ct
    CURAD Soothe & Cool Hydrogel Bandages Assorted 8Ct
    Item #1064
    SKU CUR5236V1H
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  5. Medline Medigrip Elastic Tubular Bandage SzG 4.75"W 30Ct
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  6. Medline Medigrip Elastic Tubular Bandage SzF 4"W 30Ct
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  7. Medline Medigrip Elastic Tubular Bandage SzE 3.5"W 1Ct
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  8. Medline Medigrip Elastic Tubular Bandage SzE 3.5"W 30Ct
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  9. Medline Medigrip Elastic Tubular Bandage SzK 8.25"W 1Ct
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  10. Medline Medigrip Elastic Tubular Bandage SzJ 6.75"W 1Ct
    $108.10
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  11. Medline Medigrip Elastic Tubular Bandage SzC 2.6"W 1Ct
    $40.88
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  12. Medigrip LF Elas Tubular Support Bandage
    Medigrip LF Elas Tubular Support Bandage
    SKU MSC9508LF
    $96.11
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Bandages & Bandaging Supplies from Medline atHome

Bandages – large, small, adhesivesterilenonsterilewaterproofouchlessextreme hold and more – are a first aid essential. As a leading manufacturer and distributer, we sell millions and millions of Medline brand and CURAD brand bandages every year. Now you can shop our large bandage selection right here on atHome and find the perfect bandages for all of your healthcare needs.

Read on to discover answers to commonly asked questions about bandages.

What does an adhesive bandage do for a wound?
An adhesive bandage covers and protects a wound from dirt and germs. It also cushions and protects the wound from further injury. Some bandages are extra-absorbent and made to absorb large amounts of blood or exudate.

You may think that a wound needs to “dry out,” but that’s not really true. While there are exceptions, most wounds benefit from healing in a moist environment and a bandage helps create that environment.

Are plastic or fabric bandages better?
A bandage’s main job is to cover and protect a wound. The adhesive portion that sticks to the skin around the wound can be made of plastic or flex-fabric or even silicone. Plastic is an economical choice. Flex-fabric is breathable and stretchy, making it great for areas with lots of contours. Silicone is gentle on fragile skin and easily repositionable. There is no best, just what best fits your needs.

Medline bestseller: CURAD 1x3 Flex-Fabric Adhesive Bandages NON25660
Medline bestseller: CURAD 1.625x4 Silicone Flex-Fabric Bandage CUR5003V1
Medline bestseller: CURAD 0.75x3 Silicone Flex-Fabric Bandage CUR5003V1

What does a butterfly bandage do?
A butterfly bandage is a bandage with strong adhesive designed to close a small, shallow wound or incision. It can replace traditional stitches in minor wounds with little to no bleeding.

Medline bestseller: CURAD 1.75x0.375 Waterproof Butterfly Bandage CUR47442RBZ

What’s the difference between a bandage an adhesive bandage?
An adhesive bandage is what most people think of when they think of a bandage. It has an absorbent core and is surrounded by adhesive. The adhesive helps the bandage gently stick to the skin.

A bandage without adhesive is typically used as a secondary dressing to hold a primary dressing (cotton, gauze, etc.) in place. Bandages without adhesive can also be compression bandages which are designed to be wrapped around a body part to provide gentle, consistent compression.

What does a compression bandage or elastic bandage do?
A compression bandage is a long, strip-style bandage typically made of stretchy cloth, fabric or elastic. It’s designed to wrap around a body part and provide gentle, consistent compression to help keep swelling down and aid in healing. You should always talk to your doctor before using a compression bandage.

Medline bestseller: Medline Conforming Stretch Gauze Bandage 4in. x 75in. NON25494
Medline bestseller: Medline Nonsterile Matrix Elastic Bandage 4in. x 5yd. MDS087004LF

What bandages do I need for a home first aid kit?
It’s a good idea to have an assortment of adhesive bandage sizes and styles that’s why an assortment box is a great place to start. They typically contain a wide range of sizes and can cover everything from small shaving cuts, friction blisters and larger scrapes.

Medline bestseller: CURAD Adhesive Bandage Variety Pack CUR0800RBH