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Co-Flex Bandage - 1 Inch

Manufacturer: Andover
SKU: M829
Co-Flex Bandage is a self-adherent compression bandage used to wrap injured toes. Great for wrapping broken toes, applying to toes as a buddy-splint, or limiting swelling after surgery. Contains Latex. By Andover. Universal right/left. 2 rolls/pkg. [read more]
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