TO MISS DAISY MEDICAL
Miss Daisy Medical offers professional bandage wraps in six fun colors. Our wraps are made with advanced antimicrobial fabric which kill or slow the spread of microorganisms such as bacteria, viruses, protozoans, and fungi such as mold and mildew. Our fabric helps reduce swelling. The silicone provides anti-grip technology to keep the dressing in place.
Looking for a bandage that is easy to use? Miss Daisy wraps secure with Velcro and are latex free. You can wash and reuse our wraps over and over plus they are odor resistant. Our stay-dry technology allows the wrap to stay in place even during exercise. Made right here in the USA.
Reason to use the Miss Daisy Medical wraps:
- To control fluid - The dressing wicks the moisture to the middle layer and by doing so it prevents maceration due to excessive drainage against the skin
- Advanced absorption capacity - The fluid or exudate is wicked into the middle layer. This layer is the absorptive layer
- Prevent fluid retention - The compression effect will control swelling at the site of injury
- Rapid absorption of fluid or perspiration
- Maintain moisture balance by insuring that there is a balance between and retention and absorptive properties
- Reduce the complication of infection by moving the drainage away from the body and into the fabric which has antibacterial protection
- Balance the inflammatory response via compression as well as keeping the fluid away from the wound so that healing can occur
- Reduce pain due to the compression effect. Pain is also reduced because the dressing provides immobility
- Minimization of ‘dead space‘, in which the fluid collects beneath the skin surface resulting in an increase in bacteria around the wound. Therefore an infection results as the fluid is stagnant inside the body
Why MISS DAISY MEDICAL
MADE IN USA
Who is MISS DAISY MEDICAL?
On May 1st, 2002, Kim was a pedestrian who was hit by a car, pinned then driven into a wooden structure. Her children watched from her car a short distance away. She was confined to a wheelchair for 5 years and had 51 surgeries to save her limbs and her life. Seven years after the accident, Kim was diagnosed with breast cancer. In 2009 she had a bilateral mastectomy but found the dressings very uncomfortable. She decided to research fabrics and would eventually sit at her sewing machine to make her own dressings.