knitted stretch gauze bandage
• Provides slight compression to the site while securely
holding to any body contour
• Specifically designed not to slip while in use
• Unique weave construction and finished edges prevent
unraveling and linting
• Clean wrap is a non-sterile product
• Not made with natural rubber latex
Rayon/poly knitted stretch gauze bandage provides slight
compression to the site while securely holding to any body
contour Specifically designed not to slip while in use
Unique weave construction and finished edges prevent
unraveling and linting.
conforming stretch gauze
• Kendall® Conform
• Duka®l conforming stretch gauze
• McKesson® conforming stretch gauze
stretch gauze from Medcare Products offers just the right
weave with just the right compression. Order some today and
see what real conforming stretch gauze is all about!
Besides all the wonderful medical uses our conforming stretch gauze has - of
course it is great for dressing up as a mummy. In fact because of the wonderful
weave and elastic content - it won't slip and fall off like most mummys' wraps
do. Too bad they didn't know about Medcare Products.
During the 20th century, horror films and other mass media popularized the
notion of a curse associated with mummies. Films representing such a belief
include the 1932 film The Mummy starring Boris Karloff as Imhotep; four
1940's Universal Studios mummy films which featured a mummy named Kharis, who
also was the title mummy in a 1959 Hammer version; and a remake of the original
film that was released in 1999. The belief in cursed mummies probably stems in
part from the supposed curse on the tomb of Tutankhamun.
Mummies are commonly featured in fantasy genres as an undead creature.
Because "mum" is common English slang for "mother", the coincidental connection
to this word is sometimes exploited for humour, as with The Three Stooges 1939
short, We Want Our Mummy, in which the boys search for the tomb of the
fictional Egyptian Pharaoh, "King Rutentuten".
Famous & Infamous Mummies
Ötzi the Iceman
James Hepburn, 4th Earl of Bothwell
Christian Friedrich von Kahlbutz
Ho Chi Minh
Three Franklin expedition sailors