• 1/1 Fixation Tape | Hansaplast India
  • 1/1 Fixation Tape | Hansaplast India

Fixation Tape

To firmly secure dressing in place
3x* stronger adhesion helps in keeping wound sealed for longer
Made of 100% cotton material
Leaves no sticky residue on the skin upon removal
Easy-to-tear by hand
Suitable for sensitive skin
Comfortable to wear

Product Info

Fixation Tape

Fixation Tape is an easy to use first-aid tape that is ideal for securing dressings, gauzes and wound pads easily. It can be torn by hand, making it a great option for quick and reliable bandaging.

With 3x* adhesion, it keeps the wound dressing secured even during prolonged usage.

Made of 100% cotton material, it is comfortable for long-term use.

Always read the label before use. If symptoms persist, consult your healthcare professional.

*VS B.P. Standards

How to Use

How to use


Step 1

Clean the wound and gently pat the skin dry

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Step 2

Hand tear the fixation tape as per the required length and secure the wound dressing with it

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Step 3

Compress the wound dressing to the healthy skin around the wound

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Step 4

It is recommended to change the dressing once daily

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Packaging Size

Product Type Size Quantity
Product : Fixation Tape Type: Size: 1.25cm x 9.14m Quantity: 1 Piece
Product : Fixation Tape Type: Size: 2.5cm x 9.14m Quantity: 1 Piece
Product : Fixation Tape Type: Size: 5cm x 9.14m Quantity: 1 Piece
Product : Fixation Tape Type: Size: 7.5cm x 9.14m Quantity: 1 Piece
  • What is fixation tape?

    Fixation tape is used as a retention tool for wound dressings, keeping gauze, wound pads and other dressings securely in place. Usually made of breathable material, it conforms to the body so that it can be worn comfortably all day.
  • What if my wound gets infected and aggravates?

    Always read carefully and follow the instructions on the back of our products. If the wound aggravates, kindly indulge in medical advice or treatment
  • When should I consult a doctor?

    It is recommended to always see a doctor if the wound is deep, bleeds heavily or shows signs of infection like reddening, swelling or warmth.

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