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Cooling Bandages for Cooling Injuries
Cooling bandages are specially designed to cool injuries such as bruises, sprains or swellings. They are ideal for acute care and when an injured part of the body needs to be gently cooled for a long time, as the bandages can also be worn overnight. They guarantee an uninterrupted cooling effect. We carry bandages that can be used immediately without pre-cooling, as well as cooling liquid and absorbent bandages, so that you can prepare your own cooling bandages. Interested? Then order directly online! Read on now at the end of this page.
Cooling Bandages for Compression Bandages and Cooling Compresses
Many of the bandages offered can be used without pre-cooling and can remain on the patient for a long time. Because a freezer is usually not nearby in an emergency.
The cold is created in the cooling gaiters through the evaporation of the cooling liquid and contributes to the professional therapy of swellings and swollen injuries. A classic area of application are sports injuries that have occurred on the ankle or forefoot joint. Cooling disposables can also be used for joint pain or nosebleeds. The bandages are also suitable in the veterinary field.
You can buy a ready-to-use cooling bandage or you can make it yourself if you use absorbent bandages and the gel-like cooling liquid from our range. The cold and cooling effect is very effective against swelling, bruises and sprains, has a vitalizing effect and helps to suppress pain, making the cooling bandages ideal for treating sprained ankles and many other injuries. Forget ice packs and the like and order cooling gaiters online at Medicalcorner24®.
Possible Areas of Application for Cooling Bandages:
- pulled muscles and ligaments
- ruptured muscle fibers
- Muskel- oder Sehnenrisse
- torn muscles or tendons
- tennis elbow
- knee and joint pain
- insect bites
- for cooling in the postoperative area
- for regeneration
Remember that a cooling bandage should not be used on open wounds, rashes, or eczema. In these cases, a waterproof wound dressing (e.g. a shower plaster) must first be applied. The bandage can be securely wrapped over it for cooling.
Order Low Priced Cooling Bandages at Medicalcorner24®
You can find cooling bandages in the Medicalcorner24® online shop - and what else? Countless other dressing materials and articles from the care needs: