Zinc oxide bandages are the solution for anti-inflammatory bandages
Zinc oxide bandages are particularly recommended for anti-inflammatory support bandages, especially in the case of sprains, contusions, dislocations, tendosynovitis, post-traumatic plastering and treatment of post-traumatic oedemas.
Zinc oxide bandages are a special type of elasticated bandage impregnated with a paste containing zinc oxide. They are ideal to treating injuries, contusions, dislocations and post-traumatic oedemas.
Frequently asked questions
What are zinc oxide bandages used for?
Zinc oxide bandages are impregnated with a paste containing zinc oxide. The soothing properties of this element combine with its disinfectant action to treat injuries and traumas suffered by the athlete. Zinc oxide bandages are particularly suitable for patients with very sensitive or delicate skin.
This type of bandage is usually used in the following situations:
How long should a zinc oxide bandage stay on?
The elasticity of the zinc oxide bandage ensures a good and effective adhesion and long-term resistance, eliminating the sense of constriction, discomfort and itchiness that is typical of the classic plaster cast. The ideal duration a zinc oxide bandage stays on the patient should be decided by their attending physician; however, a maximum holding time of 10 days before the next replacement is usually recommended.