Patch Plaster Small Box | Antiseptic plaster for elbows and knees | Hansaplast
Patch Plaster for small wounds on elbows and knees | Hansaplast
Patch Plaster Small Box | Antiseptic plaster for elbows and knees | Hansaplast
Antiseptic patch plaster for minor cuts and wounds on knees and elbows | Hansaplast

Patch Plaster

Specialized protection for elbows and knees

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Other Features:

  • Allows flexibility of elbows and knees
  • Made with gentle, skin-friendly fabric
  • Comes with strong adhesion to keep the plaster in place
  • Easy to apply on joints

Patch Plaster: For elbows and knees

The Hansaplast Patch Plaster provides protection for knees and elbows as it offers the best wound coverage for knees and elbows due to their increased size. The wound pad helps seal the injury to prevent contamination. Designed specifically for joints, the plaster provides optimum coverage and protection from dirt, bacteria that may infect wounds.


*protects against dust and bacteria

Bacteria Shield
Patch plasters work best on injuries on knees and elbows helping you with a complete range of motion. Be aware of commonly occurring minor wounds and know which plaster you can pick from a range of dressing to heal wounds faster.
Gently clean the wound
To remove the plaster, open from the direction mentioned “pull here”
Remove one of the release liners behind the plaster
Remove the second release liner behind the plaster and seal it across the wound
Ensure the wound pad is applied on the cut or scratch, covering it to the maximum
How often should I change my plaster?
For better hygiene, it is recommended that you change standard first aid dressings daily.
Is it better to let small wounds dry in fresh air instead of putting on a plaster?
It is a common myth that keeping minor cuts and grazes uncovered helps them heal faster. In reality, covering them ensures faster healing and better protection. Keep Hansaplast plasters handy in your first aid kit to provide quick support and protection to wounds.
What if my wound gets infected, swells, creates pus or suppurates?
If there are any signs of infection or pus, please get in touch with a medical practitioner. You can tell your wound is infected if there is redness, heat, pain, itching, burning or swelling around the wound.
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Patch Plasters- Elastic Knee & Elbow Plasters | Hansaplast India

Patch Plaster for knee and elbow wounds. medicated dressings for minor cuts and wounds made from breathable material that can easily flex with movement. Buy now.