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Johnson & Johnson Rolled Gauze, Hospital Grade

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Johnson & Johnson Rolled Gauze, Hospital Grade
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Steri-ban. Medical sterilization. Kling design. Secures to itself to stay in place. 4 inch x 2.5 yds. Ideal for securing gauze pads or non-stick pads onto hard-to-bandage areas. It stretches and secures to itself, providing freedom of movement while remaining securely wrapped. With pillow-soft padding and instant absorption, hospital grade rolled gauze can also be used as a primary dressing. A covered wound heals faster than an uncovered one. Johnson & Johnson Red Cross Brand Hospital Grade Gauze products provide comparable to or better absorbency than the leading hospital brand gauze. A covered wound heals faster than an uncovered one. Kling Design: The Red Cross design and words are registered trademarks of Johnson & Johnson. Products bearing these trademarks have no connection with The American National Red Cross. Made in China.

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For best results use Johnson & Johnson Red Cross Brand Products and follow these step by step directions: 1. Clean: Stop bleeding by applying pressure with sterile gauze. Cleanse injured area gently and thoroughly with mild soap and water. Pat dry. 2. Treat: Treat wounds by applying Neosporin First Aid Antibiotic or Band-Aid Brand First Aid Hurt-Free Antiseptic Wash. 3. Protect: Cover injured area completely with a Johnson & Johnson Red Cross Brand Hospital Grade Gauze Pad or Non-Stick Pad to help absorb fluids. Wrap Johnson & Johnson Red Cross Brand Hospital Grade Rolled Gauze to firmly secure gauze pads and help keep the wound clean from contaminants. For better protection, secure bandage with Johnson & Johnson Red Cross Brand Tape.
Sterile unless individual wrapper is opened or damaged. In case of deep or puncture wounds, or serious burns, consult a physician. For medical emergencies, seek professional help.