POP Bandage

A POP bandage, also known as a plaster of Paris bandage, is a type of medical bandage that is made from a material called plaster of Paris. It is commonly used in orthopedic applications to immobilize and support fractures or injured limbs. The bandage is soaked in water and then wrapped around the affected area, where it hardens and forms a rigid cast. This helps to stabilize the injury and promote healing. POP bandages are often used in conjunction with other types of bandages or splints to provide additional support and protection.

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Features of POP Bandage

  • Soft and cushioning: Orthopaedic padding bandages are made from soft and pliable materials that  provide cushioning and comfort to the injured area. This helps to reduce  pressure points and minimize discomfort caused by the cast or bandage.


  • Breathable:  The padding is designed to be breathable, allowing air circulation to the skin.  This helps to prevent excessive sweating and moisture buildup, reducing the  risk of skin maceration or infection.

Features of POP Bandage

  • Absorbent:  Orthopaedic padding bandages have the ability to ab-sorb moisture, such as  sweat or exudate, keeping the skin dry and reducing the risk of skin irritation  or breakdown.

Features of POP Bandage

  • Conformable: The padding is easily moldable and can be shaped to fit the contours of the injured area. This ensures a snug and comfortable fit, providing optimal support and protection.

Features of POP Bandage

  • Non-allergenic: Orthopaedic padding bandages are typically made from hypoallergenic  materials, reducing the risk of allergic reactions or skin sensitivities.

Features of POP Bandage

  • Lightweight:  The padding is lightweight, which helps to minimize the overall weight and  bulkiness of the cast or bandage. This can improve patient comfort and mobility.

Features of POP Bandage

  • Radiolucent: Some orthopaedic padding bandages are radiolucent, meaning they do not  interfere with X-ray imaging. This allows for proper visualization of the  underlying injury without the need for removal or adjustment of the padding.

Features of POP Bandage

  • Curing temperature controlled around 35C-40°C

Features of POP Bandage

  • Quick in drying after curing

  • Hgh strength after curing

Features of POP Bandage

5cm x 2.7m240 rolls /carton
7.5cm x 2.7m240 rolls /carton
10cm x2.7m120 rolls /carton
15cm x2.7m120 rolls /carton
20cm x2.7m60 rolls /carton


Materials of POP Bandage


Materials of POP Bandage


Materials of POP Bandage

  • Material: Gauze and gypsum powder or cotton and plast

  • Weight gsm: 400g, 450g, 500g

  • Color: white

  • Solidifying time: 2-5 minutes

  • Soaking time: 5-10 seconds

  • Size:Length(stretched):2.7m,3m,3.6m,4m,4.6m,5m

  • Width: 5cm,7.5cm,10cm,12.5cm,15cm,20cm

  • Basic packing: Individually packed in waterproof  paper

  • Corrective casting bandage


Application of POP Bandage

Fracture Immobilization
Fracture Immobilization

POP bandages are frequently used to immobilize and support fractures in bones. They help to stabilize the injured area, promote proper healing, and prevent further damage. 

Orthopedic Injuries
Orthopedic Injuries

POP bandages can be used to provide support and immobilization for various orthopedic injuries, such as sprains, strains, and dislocations.

Post-surgical Support
Post-surgical Support

After certain surgical procedures, such as bone surgeries or joint replacements, POP bandages may be used to provide support and protect the surgical site during the initial healing phase.

Corrective Casting
Corrective Casting

In some cases, POP bandages are used to correct deformities or align bones in conditions like clubfoot or scoliosis. The bandage is applied in a specific manner to gradually reshape and realign the affected area.

Sports Injuries
Sports Injuries

POP bandages can be used to immobilize and support sports-related injuries, such as fractures or severe sprains, allowing athletes to recover and heal properly.

Wound Care
Wound Care

In certain cases, POP bandages may be used to protect and support wounds, particularly those that require immobilization or have difficulty healing. 


Instruction of POP Bandage

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Prepare the Materials

Gather all the necessary supplies, including the POP bandage, a bucket of water, and gloves (if desired).

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Prepare the Affected Area

Clean the injured area and remove any clothing or jewelry that may interfere with the application of the bandage.

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Soak the Bandage

Dip the POP bandage into the bucket of water, ensuring that it is fully submerged. Allow it to soak for a few seconds until it becomes fully saturated.

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Squeeze out Excess Water

Gently squeeze the bandage to remove any excess water, but be careful not to squeeze it too tightly as this may cause the bandage to become too dry.

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Start Wrapping

Begin wrapping the bandage around the affected area, starting from the base and working your way up. Make sure to apply even pressure and overlap each layer by about half of the previous layer.

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Mold and Shape

As you wrap, use your hands to mold and shape the bandage to fit the contours of the injured area. This will help ensure a snug and secure fit.

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Smooth Out Any Wrinkles

Smooth out any wrinkles or creases in the bandage as you go along. This will help prevent discomfort and pressure points.

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Allow it to Dry

Once the bandage is applied, allow it to dry completely. This usually takes about 15-30 minutes, but it may vary depending on the specific type and instructions.

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Check for Proper Fit

After the bandage has dried, check to make sure it is snug but not too tight. Ensure that it provides adequate support and immobilization for the injured area.

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Monitor and Follow Instructions

Follow any specific instructions provided by your healthcare professional regarding the care and maintenance of the POP bandage. It is important to regularly monitor the area for any signs of discomfort, swelling, or other complications.

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