Comfi - Tubular bandages and garments

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WE’VE BEEN SUPPORTING YOU SINCE 2003

 

As UK manufacturers of market-leading tubular bandages and garments (chosen by 46% of prescribers), we have recently carried out an extensive competitor analysis, which concluded that Vernacare scored top across the three main parameters, which were measured: Price – Quality – Service:   

    

   

   

TUBULAR BANDAGE RANGE

 

Simple, safe and easy to use. Ready to wear and quick to apply with no need for pins or tape. Makes use of a light and breathable fabric for optimum comfort. Unobtrusive, discreet and comfortable to wear under clothing. Suitable for: 

  • Dressing retention
  • Wet and dry wrapping to treat atopic eczema, dry skin and psoriasis
  • Primary and secondary lymphoedema
  • Under compression bandaging
  • Covering fragile skin

Available in a range of sizes

MultiStretch™ Blue Line

Product Code: F32, F33, F34, F35

 

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MultiStretch™ Yellow Line

Product Code: FMS42, FMS43, FMS44, FMS45

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ComfiNette™

Product Code:N006, N016, N126, N346, N566, N786, NT16, NT26

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ComfiGrip™

Product Code: Various

 

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Simple, safe and easy to use. Ready to wear and quick to apply with no need for pins or tape. Makes use of a light and breathable fabric for optimum comfort. Unobtrusive, discreet and comfortable to wear under clothing. 

 

Our Garments stay soft even after repeated washing. The garments are designed for each area of the body, from the head to the toe!

 

Suitable for:

  • Dressing retention
  • Wet and dry wrapping to treat atopic eczema, dry skin and psoriasis
  • Primary and secondary lymphoedema
  • Under compression bandaging
  • Covering fragile skin
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SKIN CONDITIONS

Broken skin with painful open wounds and sores occur in genetic skin conditions. The barrier of the skin is often broken or blistered with just a slight touch, which can lead to further complications with infection and scarring. Unfortunately, these conditions can be inherited and it is estimated that around 500,000 people worldwide suffer from a group of genetic skin conditions called Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB)1

There are 3 types of EB:

EB Simplex

The most common form of Epidermolysis Bullosa, EB Simplex (EBS) is characterised by a lack of adhesion of the skin directly above the basement membrane.

Dystrophic EB

Dystrophic EB (DEB) is a genetic skin condition characterised by a lack of adhesion of the skin under the basement membrane.

Junctional EB

Junctional EB (JEB) is characterised by a lack of adhesion of the skin through the basement membrane.

Currently there is no cure for EB, however, there are ways of managing it. The Comfi Range, endorsed by DEBRA and Wounds International UK. 2,  offer a variety of skincare solutions including garments and tubular bandages which make managing skin and wound care a lot easier. 

 

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We have over 30 distributors across the globe and we are growing and growing..!

  • Become partners with one of the UK's fastest growing medical suppliers 
  • Get access to our unrivalled range of medical products 
  • Competitive trade pricing, providing you with a great opportunity to grow your business 
  • Logistics support, giving you cost-effective and efficient delivery solutions 
  • Advanced notifications of new products 
  • Ongoing technical help and training 
  • Marketing support

Contact us for more information on The Comfi Range

References: 

1. https://www.debra.org.uk/what-is-eb/what-is-eb

2. Denyer J, Pillay E. Best practice guidelines for skin and wound care in epidermolysis bullosa. International Consensus. DEBRA, Wounds International UK, 2012. Available at: http://www.woundsinternational.com/media/issues/623/files/content_10609.pdf. Accessed 18/10/2017.