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Knuckle Bandages & Fingertip Bandages

Specialized bandages for injuries on knuckles and fingertips

The knuckles and fingertips are relatively irregularly shaped when compared to other parts of the body. These two parts are also arguably the body parts most prone to injuries. If a cut or a scrape occurs to any of these two parts, applying a regular bandage to the injury can limit their movement. For injuries to these parts, knuckle and fingertip bandages are what you need as these types of bandages are shaped in a way that provides maximum protection while allowing almost full finger movement.

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  1. 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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  2. BAND-AID® Flexible Fabric Bandages

    Heavyweight bandages provide strong and durable protection
    $4.60

    Box of 10 Each

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  3. Derma Sciences Flexible Knuckle Bandage 1602033

    Sterile bandages for first aid use
    $8.90

    Box of 100 Each

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  4. 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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  5. First Aid Only® Visible Blue Knuckle & Fingertip Bandages

    Protect wounds on your knuckles and fingertips
    Starting at $2.93

    Box of 20 Each

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  6. First Aid Only® Metal Detectable Knuckle & Fingertip Bandages

    Foam bandages for minor knuckle and fingertip injuries
    $3.60

    Box of 20 Each

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  7. First Aid Only® Heavy Woven Bandages G163

    Provide superior, sterile wound protection
    $4.26

    Box of 25 Each

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Knuckle and fingertip bandages are specialty first aid equipment for treating cuts, scrapes and abrasions to the knuckles and fingertips. The main difference between knuckle and fingertip bandages and regular bandages is in their shape. Knuckle bandages are shaped like an "H" while fingertip bandages are shaped like an hourglass. Both allow more movement of the injured area - typically fingers - as compared to if the injury were dressed with a regular bandage.

That being said, you could use these bandages on injuries other than the knuckle or fingertips. For example, knuckle bandages can be used to protect heel blisters. Fingertip bandages for their part can be used to dress a wound on the base of the thumb.