Designed to be their smallest and thinnest trauma compression bandage, the H&H Mini Compression Bandage provides the same emergency trauma capabilities as the Thin Cinch and Thin H bandages in a smaller, more versatile package. Manufactured with a 4” x 7.5” ABD pad, it’s vacuum sealed and flat folded to be small enough to fit in a shirt vest or pant pocket. With its 4 foot proprietary elastic strap, the Mini Compression Bandage is strong enough to provide compression to wounds on any location.
The Mini Compression Bandage provides a fast, effective tool for many types of trauma and injury (particularly those involving arterial bleeding in extremities). The H&H Mini Compression Bandage comes in a sterile, vacuum-sealed 5 mil barrier bag, flat folded to create a small tight package that’s less than a half of an inch thick!
Dimensions: 4" H x 4" W x .5" D (packaged)
Weight: 1 oz
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Perfect size for Ryker Ankle FirstAid Kit. Able to get good compression out of the pressure bar, which is similar to a standard Izzy bandage.
This compression bandage is perfect for those who may not have the space and or the funds for the larger often times more expensive and bulky "Israel bandages". I am not saying that the H&H is necessarily better but it does work well and allows for positive compression to be placed on wounds that may be in areas that would otherwise be difficult to attend to. This product does have a plastic hooking system almost exactly like other compression bandages but offers those same advantages in a smaller package. When putting together a smaller kit for belt carry or maybe office desk drawer keeping the space saving ability of this product is awesome. One obvious disadvantage may be it's smaller size may limit its ability slightly over a larger, longer bandage. For the price and the size I would absolutely recommend this to anyone.
I carry one of these in my back pocket with some QuikClot gauze every day, great value & packaging.
I carry this with a Swat-T and Quick Clot Gauze in a pocket every day. Small thin and easy to carry.
One set for my trauma kit and the second one in my Boy Scout first aid kit.