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Circle Bandage / Bandage

Circle Bandage
Circle Bandage

According to our observations, of all the joints in the human body, fingers are most nimble in movement and the part that is most frequently used. As a result, fingers are more susceptible to injuries. This is particularly true of groups who need to use their hands frequently at work, such as nurses, cooks, painter, worker and students. When needed for dressing a wound, Circle Bandage can be applied like putting on a ring simply by gently pressing it to form a circle. In this intuitive way, the unsterile fingers will not come into contact with the open wound and the adhesive side of the bandage, thus preventing further infection.


Li-Xuan, Zhu

Li-Xuan, Zhu
Taipei, Taiwan

Zhu Li-Xuan,

Wu Chung-Ru,

Ou Yang Hung-Po,

Tseng Kuo Chun,