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Jellyworks Peppa Pig Plasters (Pack of 20)
- Fun decorated plasters in 4 design for children
- Protects from dirt and bacteria
- Latex free
- 20 plasters
Peppa Pig Plasters (Pack of 20)
These friendly plasters protect cuts and grazes and bring comfort to kids from their favourite friends. Peppa Pig Plasters are a fast fun way to protect little scrapes from dirt and germs.
They are made from the highest quality PE material (PE material is a safer option for kids than PVC) and also hypoallergenic, meaning less likely to trigger any allergic reactions.
Family packs contain 20 plasters in different sizes with 4 designs to turn tears to smile.
- Washproof and hypoallergenic
- Latex free and breathable
- Highest quality PE material
- 20 plasters
Most cuts and grazes are minor and can be easily treated at home. You can find great advices to treat minor wounds on the NHS website:
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How to store Peppa Pig Plasters
- Keep in a dry place.
- Do not use it if the packaging is damaged or open.
How do I clean a wound?
It's important to clean a wound before applying a plaster or dressing. This will reduce the risk of infection and encourage the healing process.
A plaster or larger dressing is usually all that is needed to stop a wound bleeding.
However, you might need to apply pressure to the area, and if an arm or leg is affected, you should raise it above heart level if possible.
Follow these steps:
- Wash and dry your hands thoroughly.
- Wear disposable gloves if available.
- If treating someone else, tell them what you're doing and make sure they're sitting or lying down.
- Don't try to remove anything embedded in the wound – seek medical advice.
- Rinse the wound under running tap water for 5 to 10 minutes.
- Soak a gauze pad or cloth in saline solution or tap water, or use an alcohol-free wipe, and gently dab or wipe the skin with it – don't use antiseptic as this may damage the skin.
- Gently pat the area dry using a clean towel or pad of tissues, but nothing fluffy such as a cotton wool ball – strands of material can get stuck to the wound.
- Apply a sterile dressing, such as a non-adhesive pad with a bandage, or a plaster – use a waterproof dressing if available.
- If blood soaks through the dressing, leave it in place and add another dressing, and continue to apply pressure on the wound.
Always apply dressing to clean and dry skin.
Please wash and dry your hands before applying any dressing.
- Sit or lie down, or get the person who's bleeding to do this.
- If you're helping someone else, tell them what you're doing as you apply the dressing.
- Stop any bleeding by applying pressure and raising the affected leg or arm higher than the heart, if this is necessary.
- Use a dressing that's slightly bigger than the wound you want it to cover.
- Hold the dressing at the edges, keeping your fingers away from the part that's going to cover the wound.
If you cannot stop the bleeding, go to your nearest accident and emergency (A&E) department as soon as possible.
Change the dressing daily.
When to seek medical advice
Visit your nearest urgent treatment centre, or call NHS 111 if the wound:
- does not stop bleeding
- is very large or very deep
- has dirt or something embedded in it
- is too painful for you to successfully clean
- is near to a major blood vessel or joint
- becomes red and swollen or has pus coming out – it may be infected
- was caused by a bite – all animal and human bites need medical attention.
Each pack contains 20 different sizes of plasters.
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