Bandages and Bandage Supplies

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McKesson 25-Person First Aid Kit - 1066510_EA - 1
McKesson 25-Person First Aid Kit
Sale priceFrom $58.99
PediFix Arch Support Bandage, Medium - 907709_EA - 1
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New-Skin Liquid Bandage, 1 oz. - 1064762_EA - 1
New-Skin Liquid Bandage, 1 oz.
Sale price$10.99 Regular price$27.99
3M Nexcare Liquid Bandage - 1084035_BX - 1
3M Nexcare Liquid Bandage
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Adc Bandage Scissors - 256810_EA - 1
ADC Bandage Scissors
Sale price$7.99
Cardinal Health Cohesive Bandage - 1120617_BX - 1
Cardinal Health Cohesive Bandage
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Welcome to Cart Health, your destination for an extensive range of bandaging supplies, compression garments, wound care essentials, and skin care products. We've quickly become the go-to online store for high-quality medical supplies catering to the needs of individuals recovering from surgery, managing lymphedema, and facing various medical conditions.

Our inventory boasts an impressive selection of over thousands of products, readily available for both the public and healthcare professionals, including specialists, therapists, physicians, treatment centers, caregivers, medical clinics, and hospitals. We take pride in partnering with leading healthcare brands such as 3M, Curity, Cardinal Health, McKesson, Nexcare, and many more, ensuring that we offer only the best products in the market.

Looking for a specific bandage or type?

  • Adhesive Bandages
  • Compression Bandages
  • Liquid Bandages
  • Conforming Bandages
  • First Aid Products
  • Wound Care Supplies
  • Gauze

Enjoy the benefit of free shipping on online orders over $49 and rely on our dedicated team to assist with any questions you might have. Explore bandages at Cart health today and experience the ease of finding all your healthcare supplies in one place.

Frequently Asked Questions about Bandages and Bandage Supplies

The best type depends on the injury. For minor cuts, adhesive bandages are suitable, whereas for larger wounds, absorbent pads or hydrogel bandages may be better.

It's generally recommended to change wound care bandages daily or when they become wet or dirty.

Yes, the right type of bandage can create an optimal healing environment, potentially speeding up the process.

Signs of infection include increased redness, swelling, warmth, pain, or discharge.

Yes, there are waterproof options that allow you to shower without worrying about getting the wound wet.

Clean and dry the wound first, then apply the bandage firmly but not too tightly to avoid restricting blood flow.

Adhesive bandages stick to the skin, while non-adhesive ones require a secondary dressing or tape to stay in place.

If the wound is very deep, won't stop bleeding, shows signs of infection, or if you haven't had a tetanus shot in the last 5 years.

Yes, some individuals may be allergic to materials used in bandages, such as latex or adhesives.

Silver-infused bandages are known for their antimicrobial properties, which can help prevent infection in the wound.

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