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Carlisle dressing first aid and bandage gauze compressed que

Tue Dec 16, 2008 03:14

Hi all

I have been trying to figure out the construction and differences between the bandage gauze compressed (9201000) and the dressing first aid (9206000). I have not seen the detail of an unopened original of either however as far as I can tell both have a central absorbant section for application over the wound (? folded gauze in in the compressed gauze) and an attached bandage for securing the dressing.

I dont want to open an original so was hoping maybe someone could help me out.


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Tue Dec 16, 2008 21:17

Hi Andrew,

There is indeed a difference between Item # 9201000 and Item # 9206000. The main difference is the size of the dressing, the standard Carlisle Model dressing is much larger than the Bandage, Gauze, Compressed. Another major difference is that the Carlisle Model bandage has a large gauze pad to be placed next to the wound, which is much larger and more absorbent than the Compressed Gauze bandage.

I will try and post some illustrations of opened examples in the next day or so to help indicate the differences.

Ben :)
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Sat Dec 20, 2008 05:11

Hi Ben

Thanks for the help. If you do have some pictures that would be great.


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