Objective to evaluate the fastening effectiveness of the serf-adhesive bandage for the circumcision. Methods 100 children aging from 1 to 14 years old were divided into 2 groups at random. For the patients of control, the incision was covered with vaseline and sterile gauze, fastened with adhesive tape. For the patients of experiment, the incision was covered with vaseline and sterile gauze, fastened with serf-adhesive bandage. The parameters of fastening effects, bleeding, infection and healing period were evaluated. Results Patients used with serf-adhesive bandage presented with a more excellent fastening effects, with less bleeding. For the infection rate and healing period, there presented no differences between the two groups. Conclusions There were advantages of self-adhesive bandage for the patients of circumcision including simple manipulation, convenience, safety, comfort and good permeability.