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Tegaderm Absorbent Clear Acrylic Dressing by 3M FlexiGel Hydrogel Strands Molnlycke Lyofoam Max Foam Wound Dressing
  • Enables clinicians to monitor pressure ulcers.
  • No dressing breakdown in the wound.
  • Easy to center to the wound and apply.
  • Remains moist to ensure a moist wound environment.
  • Gently conforms to wound surface.
  • Maintains Integrity.
  • Waterproof backing film acts as a barrier to bacteria.
  • Works under compression - Easy to apply and remove.
  • Soft and conformable and provides comfort to patients.

Mepore Absorbent Dressing Mepore Pro Absorbent Dressing DURAFIBER Gelling Fiber Dressing
  • Soft, elastic non-woven with high breath ability.
  • Easy-to-remove protection paper.
  • Low-adherent wound contact layer
  • Soft, elastic non-woven for better patient comfort
  • Viral and bacteria proof backing film for protection.
  • Large sizes ideal for post-surgical use,
  • Forms a soft cohesive gel sheet on contact with wound fluid
  • High absorbent capacity
  • Up to 7 day wear time
Medline Opticell Gelling Fiber Wound Dressing Acticoat Moisture Control Dressing
  • Forzagel technology wicks fluid only vertically, not laterally.
  • Can also be pre-moistened for effective use.
  • Sterile and latex free.
  • Acticoat Moisture Control Using a unique 3 layer design,
  • May be left in place over a wound for up to 7 days
  • Waterproof film with visible strike-through.
Absorbent Dressing absorb exudate from wounds while also minimizing the amount of adherence to the wound bed itself. Some absorbent dressings form gel when put into contact with the exudate from a wound and some do not. Please refer to the individual product descriptions to find the dressing that best suits your needs.

Any excess exudate and cellular debris from the wound is contained in the dressing. This containment helps to prevent any microorganisms from entering the wound.

Absorbant dressing may also be sued to manage surgical incisions, abrasions, burns, or any other exudating wounds.