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Author Topic: Tricks for removing 'old' friskit.  (Read 848 times)

TennMom

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Reply #15 on: July 28, 2016, 07:11:06 PM
Unless I am mistaken, a less expensive version of this is Vetrap for use on animals too and also comes in different colors.  We can buy it around here at Tractor Supply.  When we had horses, I used it to bandage ankles, etc.  Actually, a doctor I transcribe for tells patients to get the Vetrap because it is less expensive.

I can see where this might be used but have not used it myself.
Linda


John Box

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Reply #16 on: July 29, 2016, 06:47:31 AM
Okay, Self-Adherent Wrap  O0

This is really pricey... unless you can bum a piece from the clinic.  I would have worried that it may damage the paper (it holds well), but I guessed wrong if Bob recommends it.

I’m still trying to learn the site, so I do not know how one posts a pic like that in the forum. I picked up a roll of the stuff at Walgreen's Pharmacy and it was fairly cheap. If on your trip to a clinic the nurse sometimes will take a blood sample for laboratory study. After which the nurse will normally slap some cotton on and secure it with the elastic wrap. I’ve not had the problem with paper tearing, but I suppose it is possible.


 

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