H&H Compression Dressing: For Proper Wound Management

Clinical practice guidelines recommend patients with acute traumatic wounds require wound dressings. Compression therapy has also been published as the “gold standard” for the treatment of venous ulcers.

There are a number of different dressings and techniques available for managing wounds. The collective objectives are to reduce pain, immobilise the injured body part, protect the wound and surrounding tissue, and apply compression for haemorrhage or venous stasis. 

When it comes to providing patients with proper wound management, look no further than wound dressings from H&H.


What Are H&H Compression Dressings?

H&H Medical provides a range of medical supplies that are made in the USA. They supply the military, paramedics, first responders and healthcare providers around the world. They develop must-have supplies for first-aid. Here are two of their dressing bandage options.

Emergency Compression Dressing

The Emergency Compression Dressing (ECD) provides quick and secure compression around large wounds. It features a centre red hook patch to allow for easy application and holds the 8″ x 10″ pad in place until responders can relocate the patient for further care. It also has an improved ABD pad and latex-free elastic wrap courtesy of their patented manufacturing process. It’s completely sterile until opened and does not contain natural rubber latex which can cause allergic reactions in some patients.

H-Bandage Compression Dressing

Another spotlight product is the H-Bandage Compression Dressing. Resulting from an upgrade of the successful combat dressing cinch tight, the H-Bandage gives medics and field personnel both an emergency dressing and a hemostat for arterial bleeding and haemorrhaging in limbs. 

The H-Bandage’s unique design allows it to be used with one hand under any conditions. The H-Bandage is a fast, efficient tool for all sorts of severe traumas and injuries involving arterial bleeding, designed for first responders, military and law enforcement.

Featuring an 8″ thick ABD pad and unique 5-foot elastic wrap designed for strength and flexibility, the H-Bandage is able to meet the demands of multiple field needs. The H-shaped cinch sewn into the bandage allows for direct pressure to be applied to the top of the wound, increasing pressure and reducing blood loss.

Treat Patient’s Wounds With Compression Dressings

Each type of compression dressing is designed to be easy to use and lightweight to carry, so you can respond to medical emergencies with minimal restrictions. The user-friendliness of these systems makes them quick to attach and detach, reducing patient discomfort. Their patented manufacturing process makes them durable enough to withstand the harshest conditions faced by medics around the world.

There’s no doubt that wound dressings should be a part of every first responder’s toolkit. All our products are rigorously tested and will serve you for years to come.If you would like to learn more about our H+H Compression Dressings, please don’t hesitate to contact one of our friendly staff members at Midmed.