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Tapeless Bandages for Wounds, Diabetic Ulcers, and More…

Posted Jul 03 2009 2:06pm

The company, Tapeless Medical   just announced some additional new products this week and for anyone who had had the sticky tape on any wound bandage, you know what I am talking about here.  The wrap is re-useable too.  I could think of sometimes in the past where I wished I would have had one of these versus the sticky tape.   They even have one that looks like a full pair of underwear too and they are all washable.  BD 



For Immediate Release Contact: BARRY SHESOL, M.D.
June 26, 2009


BRANDON, Wis.--Tapeless Medical, a Wisconsin-based manufacturer and supplier of a unique line of secondary wound dressings, is pleased to announce the introduction of four new wound dressing holders that will enhance wound recovery for thousands of individuals nationwide.

Preferred by providers and patients alike, Tapeless Medical’s wound dressing products are made with a  latex-free, non-restrictive material that allows for a full-range of motion. Compatible with all primary dressings, the dressing holders are available for a variety of anatomic locations.
Beyond the clinical attributes, the products are also practical. Each bandage is washable and can be reused many times over.

The new products--the sleeve dressing holder, the bunion dressing holder, the hand dressing holder and the short pants dressing holder--join popular predecessors such as the finger/toe dressing holder, the long leg dressing holder, the arm dressing holder, the universal dressing holder, the head dressing holder, the torso dressing holder, the breast dressing holder, the foot band and the stump dressing holder.

As new patient and market needs emerge, Tapeless Medical will continue to add new products to its unique brand of tapeless wound dressings.

To place an order, view products or a demonstration, visit  You can also call (toll-free) 1-800-252-4884.

TAPEless Medical - Wounds - Bandages - Diabetic Ulcers - Vascular Ulcers - Skin Wounds

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