Curity™ Unna Boot Bandage

Curity™ Unna Boot Bandage is formulated with nonhardening zinc oxide paste which allows the bandage to remain flexible.

Order Information

Order CodeDescriptionShip CaseHCPCS*
8033Curity™ Unna Boot, 3" x 10 yd (7.6 cm x 9.1 m)12A6456
8034Curity™ Unna Boot, 4" x 10 yd (10.2 cm x 9.1 m)12A6456
8035Curity™ Unna Boot with Calamine, 3" x 10 yd (7.6 cm x 9.1 m)12A6456
8036Curity™ Unna Boot with Calamine, 4" x 10 yd (10.2 cm x 9.1 m)12A6456

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Features and Benefits

Formulated with nonhardening zinc oxide paste Allows the bandage to remain flexible, encouraging patient ambulation and compliance
Gelatin free Eliminates the need for preservatives which in turn reduces the chance of adverse skin reactions
Soft, Nonraveling, 100% Cotton GauzeConforms well to leg contours for a comfortable fit
Impregnated equally through out the bandageHelps deliver firm, even compression therapy for a multitude of bandaging needs

Frequently Asked Questions

Is Curity™ Unna Boot Bandage available with calamine?Yes, in three and four inch

Instructions for Use

Choose a dressing for directly over the wound that meets absorption needs of the wound, then apply the Unna boot. Remove from packaging. Apply gloves prior to application. Begin wrapping at the base of the toes. Use two circular wraps without tension. Wrap from inside of foot outward. Continue wrapping in a circular or figure of eight pattern. Keep the foot and leg at a 90 degree angle. Overlap each turn by 50%. Cut or trim the bandage to avoid gaps, wrinkles or creases that may become pressure areas under the bandage. Always cover the heel prior to upward wrapping of bandage. Wrap to just below the knee.

Add a secondary dressing of absorbent undercast rolls or Kerlix™ rolls for heavily draining wounds. To apply compression, wrap leg with elastic bandage or cohesive bandage.


  • Venous Stasis Ulcers (especially with moist desquamation)
  • Lymphatic edema
  • Thrombophlebitis
  • Strains, Sprains, and Dislocations


  • Peripheral vascular disease or arterial disease with associated low Ankle Brachial Index
  • Uncontrolled Congestive Heart Failure
  • Active cellulitis
  • Infected Wounds