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Band-aid For Infusion / Medical material

Band-aid For Infusion
Band-aid For Infusion

Two wounds are left after the infusion needle penetrates the skin. One is the skin wound that we usually see, the other is the wound on the blood vessel that we easily ignore. The two wounds are not in the same location.

If you only press the bleeding position on the skin surface and not the bleeding position on the blood vessel wall during hemostasis, bleeding and bruising will occur.

When the original cotton piece on the infusion bandage is lengthened and we press it, the center point of our compression will unconsciously move up.

In this way, both bleeding sites can be pressed to reduce bruising and bleeding.


Hebei University Of Technology

Hebei University Of Technology
Baoding Fanxi Industrial Design
Tianjin, China

Li Ruotong,
Hebei University Of Technology

Wang Jun,
Hebei University Of Technology

Hu Miaodi,
Hebei University Of Technology

Liu Yi,
Hebei University Of Technology