Galaxy Medicare limited


  1. Padding and Cushioning: Orthopaedic wool bandages are used to provide padding and cushioning around bony prominences, sensitive areas, or incision sites underneath casts or splints. This helps to reduce pressure points and discomfort, preventing skin irritation and pressure sores.
  2. Pressure Redistribution: They are employed to redistribute pressure over a larger surface area, especially in cases of localized pressure points or ulcers. By distributing pressure evenly, they help prevent the development of pressure ulcers in immobilized patients.
  3. Immobilization Support: Orthopaedic wool bandages are often used to provide additional support and stability within casts or splints, enhancing the overall immobilization of injured or fractured limbs. This can aid in promoting proper alignment and healing of the affected area.