Wound Care

First aid supplies for proper wound care treatment

Wound care can be a complicated form of medical treatment that could require special skill and training. Depending on the type and severity of the injury, the conditions of a wound can worsen within a matter of minutes. Immediate care should therefore be provided whenever possible. Responding to the needs of wounded patients can be done quickly and efficiently with proper training and the appropriate equipment. Provide your facility with both with Seton’s Wound Care products.

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  1. Triple Antibiotic WJTA-1728

    First aid ointment ideal for first aid stations
    $25.70

    Box of 144 Each

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  2. First Aid Only™ Elastic Adhesive Tape

    Latex-free medical tape keeps bandages in place without irritating the skin
    $37.80

    Each

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  3. Dynarex® Sterile Gauze Pads

    Sterile cotton pads for safe and effective wound care
    Starting at $10.10

    Box of 100 Each

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  4. First Aid Only® Antiseptic Spray

    Relieve pain and minimize infection with easy-to-use antiseptic spray
    $3.70

    Each

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  5. First Aid Only® Adhesive Metal Detectable Bandages

    Visible bandages ideal for food and pharmaceutical applications
    Starting at $4.80

    Box of 100 Each

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  6. BAND-AID® Flexible Fabric Bandages

    Heavyweight bandages provide strong and durable protection
    $4.60

    Box of 30 Each

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  7. Derma Sciences Flexible Knuckle Bandage 1602033

    Sterile bandages for first aid use
    $8.90

    Box of 100 Each

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  8. First Aid Only® Adhesive Fabric Bandages

    Treat minor cuts, punctures and abrasions
    Starting at $3.20

    Box of 100 Each

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  9. Dynarex® Flexible Fabric Bandages

    Sterile, latex-free bandage for cuts and wounds
    Starting at $3.60

    Box of 100 Each

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  10. Jaybird & Mais Moleskin Bandage Rolls

    Perfect bandage for blister protection
    Starting at $24.50

    Roll of 4 Yards

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  11. BAND-AID® Plastic Comfort-Flex™ Bandages 100563500

    Plastic bandages for everyday cuts and scrapes
    $3.70

    Box of 60 Each

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  12. Dynarex® Stretch Gauze Bandages

    Ideal bandage for moderate wound compression and cleaning
    Starting at $6.28

    Box of 12 Each

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  13. First Aid Only™ Non-Sterile Gauze Roll Bandage H245

    Ideal for securing and retaining general dressing
    $4.20

    Pack of 10 Each

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  14. Kendall Curity™ Non-Adherent Strips 6112

    Non-adherent dressings allow wounds to breathe
    $34.53

    Box of 50 Each

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  15. First Aid Only® Conforming Gauze Roll Bandage

    Durable, stretch gauze bandage effectively secures wound dressings
    $17.64

    Bag of 12 Each

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  16. First Aid Only® Knuckle Fabric Bandages

    The best sterile bandage for knuckle wound
    Starting at $3.69

    Box of 50 Each

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  17. Jaybird & Mais® Tape

    Basic medical tape with premium adhesive and strength
    Starting at $3.10

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  18. First Aid Only™ Sterile Eye Pad

    Ideal sterile eye pad to cover the eye
    $1.20

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  19. Dynarex® Sheer Plastic Bandages

    Take care of cuts and scrapes the easy way
    Starting at $1.80

    Box of 100 Each

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  20. First Aid Only® Adhesive Plastic Bandages

    First aid must-haves that promote faster healing of wounds
    Starting at $3.60

    Box of 100 Each

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  21. New-Skin® Liquid Bandage 703350B

    Antiseptic liquid bandage helps prevent infection
    $7.34

    Bottle

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There are different kinds of wounds, each type requiring different modes of treatment. Wound care supplies are necessary for your personnel to efficiently deal with these types of injuries within your facility. For example, some wounds would only require cleaning and bandaging, while others would necessitate surgery. To be able to accurately treat these injuries, emergency responders would need the proper materials and supplies available on hand. Make sure that your facility is equipped with the means to treat wounds incurred in accidents in and around your workplace. Select the best Wound Care treatment for your needs from Seton's range of products.