Leukoplast Strong is a highly adhesive, water repellent bandage for short-term use on minor wounds, cuts and grazes. It’s made from a flexible, breathable fabric and a highly absorbent wound pad. These plasters are breathable and permeable to water vapor, helping to prevent maceration and are water repellent for reliable protection. They have a highly absorbent wound pad yet does not stick to the wound, preventing further damage.
Leukoplast Strong plasters provide secure fixation as they are highly adhesive, while its flexibility is robust and durable. Its elasticity means it conforms to your body and stays firmly in place.
The assorted box of Leukoplast Strong Plasters comes in a pack of 120 and includes following sizes:
- 6 x 5cm x 7.2cm
- 18 x 3.8cm x 3.8cm
- 6 x 3.8cm x 7.5cm
- 6 x 4.4cm x 5cm
- 18 x 2.2cm x 7.2cm
- 48 x 2.2cm x 6.3cm
- 24 x 2.2cm x 3.8cm
Leukoplast Strong plasters can be used for short-term use on minor wounds, cuts and grazes.
How to apply Leukoplast Strong Plasters:
• Clean the wound and the surrounding area.
• Dry the skin thoroughly.
• Remove the protective film – hold the plaster in one hand and peel off the upper protective film with thumb and index finger of the other
• Place the wound pad centrally on the wound
• Make sure that you only touch the plaster on the protective film and the backside, never the wound pad itself
• Apply and remove the second protective film
• Smooth out the plaster and press so that it adheres evenly, and apply only slight pressure and avoid tension.
• To increase the adhesive strength, you can warm the dressing between the palms of your hands before applying it.
How to apply joint specific Leukoplast Strong plasters:
• Phalanx: Remove the upper protective foil and place the wound pad centrally on the wound. Remove the second protective film and smoothen down the adhesive surface
• Fingertip: Remove the upper protective foil, place the wound pad centrally on the wound and smooth the adhesive surfaces along the finger. Remove the second protective film, fold the other half of the plaster over the fingertip and smooth down the remaining adhesive surface
• Knuckles: Remove the upper protective foil. Place the dressing on the knuckle so that the smaller cutout in the plaster points away from the body and the deep cutout towards the body. Remove the second protective foil and smoothen down
• Monitor the wound and re-apply if necessary