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Steroplast Non-Woven Triangular Bandage | Non-Sterile, Single Use

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Steroplast's Non-Woven Triangular Bandage is a versatile and indispensable item for your first aid kit. This non-sterile, single-use bandage is ideal for supporting arms in slings, immobilising limbs, and applying dressings.

Lightweight and breathable, our non-woven bandage ensures optimal comfort and airflow for the injured area while providing the necessary support. A must-have for first aiders, paramedics, and healthcare professionals.

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Non-Woven Triangular Bandage | Non-Sterile, Single Use
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Non-woven - Pack of 10 (SKU: 9560/10)
£3.60 £3.00
Non-woven - Pack of 50 (SKU: 9560)
£14.40 £12.00
 

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1-10 Person Eco-Friendly Kit - 94% Plastic Free

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A fail-safe design, a multipurpose bandage, and a must-have in every first aid kit.

The Steroplast Non-Woven Triangular Bandage brings a modern twist to the traditional triangular bandage design. Its lightweight, non-woven fabric allows for superior air circulation, making it an ideal choice for first aid applications. Once used, the bandage should be disposed of to maintain optimal hygiene.

Used to create a sling for immobilising an injured limb, a makeshift bandage, padding for a dressing, or even a tourniquet, this versatile bandage is an invaluable addition to any first aid kit.

Our large non-woven triangular bandages are versatile enough to be used on both adults and children. They can be found in Steroplast first aid kits or purchased individually on this page. Ensure you're prepared for any emergency situation by adding this essential item to your first aid supplies.

Eight benefits of using a Steroplast Triangular Bandage

Available in a versatile and practical non-woven material which is lighter and offers more air circulation, making it ideal for first aid applications.
Individually wrapped for excellent hygiene and protection while storing before use.
Generous size of 90cm x 90cm x 127cm to accommodate various uses.
Professional quality, used and trusted by healthcare staff, first aiders, and paramedics.
Easy to use, perfect for those with little to no first aid training
Multi-functional, can be used as a sling, dressing or tourniquet
Cost-effective solution for first aid needs, providing quality care
Essential item for all first aid kits, whether at home, in the workplace, or in public spaces

Who Commonly uses Triangular Bandages?

Hospital Environment

Healthcare Professionals

The Steroplast Non-Woven Triangular Bandage is ideal for first aiders, paramedics, and healthcare professionals. Its lightweight, breathable fabric provides optimal comfort and necessary support for injured areas. This versatile bandage is perfect for immobilising limbs, supporting arms in slings, and applying dressings.

Triangular bandage in first aid kit

Everyday Users

A must-have in every first aid kit, this non-woven bandage is suitable for everyone. Its practical design makes it a versatile tool for emergency situations, capable of being used as a sling, makeshift bandage, padding for a dressing, or even a tourniquet. The bandage's ease of use makes it perfect for everyday people wanting to be prepared.

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Parents and Guardians

The large size of the Steroplast Non-Woven Triangular Bandage makes it adaptable for use on both adults and children. Parents and guardians will find this bandage essential for treating injuries at home or on-the-go, providing peace of mind that they are always prepared to handle any minor medical situation with their children.

Product Specifications

SpecificationDetail
Material

Non-woven fabric, also available in calico

Size

90cm x 90cm x 127cm

SterilityNon-Sterile
UsageSingle-use
PackagingIndividually wrapped
Suitable ForAdults and children
ManufacturerSteroplast

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A Versatile Bandage

A triangular bandage has many uses, making it an important part of your first aid kit. The following are the most common uses.

Triangular Bandage being used as a sling

Supportive sling for Arm and Shoulder Injuries

A triangular bandage is an excellent tool for creating a sling, providing essential support and immobilisation to injured arms or shoulders. By doing so, it helps to alleviate pain and prevent further injury, ensuring that the affected area is kept stable and secure. The bandage's shape is perfect for cradling the arm against the body, making it a versatile and invaluable part of any first aid kit.

Click for Instructions on how to use as a sling

Life-Saving Improvised Tourniquet

In critical situations where severe bleeding occurs, a triangular bandage can be effectively used as a tourniquet to control the flow of blood. This application is vital in preventing excessive blood loss until professional medical assistance can be provided. The bandage's material and size make it a suitable option for creating a tight and secure tourniquet, essential for saving lives in emergency scenarios.

Click for Instructions on how to use as a tourniquet

Triangular bandage being used as a tourniquet
Triangular bandage being used as a dressing

Dressing for Bleeding Injuries and Burns

The triangular bandage's ample size and shape make it a suitable option for dressing large wounds or burns. By covering and protecting the injured area, the bandage aids in the healing process and acts as a barrier against infection. The bandage's lightweight and breathable material also ensures optimal comfort for the wearer while providing the necessary support and protection to the injury, thereby speeding up the recovery process.

Click for Instructions on how to use as a dressing

How to Apply an Improvised Tourniquet

When someone is catastrophically bleeding from a limb, it is essential that a tourniquet is used to stem the bleeding. In situations where a commercial tourniquet isn't available,  a triangular bandage can be used, and can prove to be reliable in even thee most demanding of circumstances.

This video shows how to apply an improvised tourniquet with a triangular bandage.

When to seek medical assistance

Our Steroplast Non-Woven Triangular Bandage is an ideal first-aid solution for various situations, such as supporting arms in slings, immobilising limbs, or applying dressings. However, while our bandage provides essential initial support and comfort, there are instances where professional medical advice or intervention is necessary.

  • If the injury causes ongoing or intense pain that is not relieved by the bandage and rest, seek medical attention.
  • Should the symptoms worsen or if there are signs of infection around the injury site, consult a healthcare professional.
  • If the injury does not show signs of improvement within a reasonable timeframe, a medical evaluation is recommended.
  • Injuries involving the head, neck, or spine, or if you suspect a fracture or dislocation, require immediate medical assistance.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, these bandages do go out of date, which means they can deteriorate over time and become less effective when used. The sterility of the bandage may be affected, too, so it's not a good idea to use an out-of-date triangular bandage directly on a wound.

A non-woven triangular bandage is versatile and can be used for immobilising limbs, supporting arms in slings, and applying dressings. It is an essential component of any first aid kit.

Steroplast's non-woven triangular bandage is lightweight, breathable, and ensures optimal comfort and support for the injured area. The non-woven fabric allows for superior air circulation, making it ideal for first aid applications.

While calico bandages are made from cotton and can be washed and reused, non-woven triangular bandages are lighter and designed for single use. This makes them more hygienic and suitable for first aid situations.

The bandage comes in a generous size of 90cm x 90cm x 127cm, making it suitable for various applications and versatile enough to be used on both adults and children.

Yes, the bandage can be found in Steroplast first aid kits or can be purchased individually on our website.

No, these bandages are non-sterile. It's important to ensure the wound area is clean before applying the bandage or use a sterile dressing underneath.

Since the Steroplast Non-Woven Triangular Bandage is designed for single use, it should be disposed of in a waste bin after use. Please do not flush the bandage down the toilet as it may cause blockages.

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Tailored for High-Risk Scenarios

Celox Haemostatic Granules are primarily designed for use in high-risk, life-threatening situations where rapid bleeding control is crucial. They have demonstrated effectiveness in managing severe bleeding, be it from a traumatic injury or in a surgical setting. This makes them an invaluable addition to first-aid kits for environments such as hospitals, emergency medical services, military combat zones, and other high-risk scenarios.

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Using Celox for Complex and Irregular Wounds

Traditional methods of stopping bleeding can be ineffective on irregularly shaped or puncture wounds. Celox Haemostatic Granules, on the other hand, excel in such scenarios.

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Removing Celox Post-Application: An Easy Process

The convenience of Celox doesn't stop at the application. Once the bleeding has been controlled, and professional medical attention is available, the granules can be easily removed. The granules are designed to form a gel-like clot that adheres to the wound surface. This clot can be gently rinsed or wiped away with sterile water or saline solution, leaving no residue and minimising any discomfort during the cleaning process.

What's in this kit?

This kit is based on our best-selling HSE First Aid Kit, which was made especially for low-risk businesses to take care of all their first aid needs in one go. The items in this kit are recommended by the Health and Safety Executive to ensure regular businesses without any outstanding risks are covered and compliant with health and safety laws.

Item

Quantity

Packaging

First Aid Emergency Leaflet

1

N/A

Vinyl Gloves (pair)

1

Paper wallet

Washproof plasters

20

Card wallet

Safety pins (pack)

1

N/A

Triangular bandage

4

Loose paper wrap

Alcohol-free wipes

10

Laminate sachet

Wound dressing (large)

2

Paper packet

Wound dressing (medium)

6

Paper packet

Wound dressing (eyepad)

2

Paper packet

You can also order refills for this kit on our website. Keep your kit stocked with low-plastic alternatives at all times.

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