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MediChoice tubular retainer nets are designed to assist in wound management by providing easy examination and dressing changes without the use of tape. They're made of an elastic and polyester material that cuts easily and stretches to fit a wide range of body parts and shapes and feature an open weave design that lets air circulate and allows wearer to move freely. Size 5 is suitable for small heads, shoulders, and thighs. Sizing should be determined by measuring around the widest part of the affected area (PLEASE SEE SIZING GUIDE). Sizing on the box panel is a suggested size, true sizing should be done according to the sizing guide. Other sizes are available. *** Please note we DO NOT accept opened product returns.  Any unopened and undamaged items purchased through Amazon can be returned within 30 days of the shipping date.  Please see our return policy for additional details. ***

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