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AccuWrap 2-Layer Compression Systems

  • 2-layer compression system delivers therapeutic compression to manage venous disease, lymphedema, and associated edema for up to 7 days
  • Thin, streamlined layering and breathable materials add comfort to encourage patient compliance
  • Low-profile design easily fits under clothing and footwear
  • Accuracy indicators confirm ideal compression is applied

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AccuWrap 2-Layer Compression Systems

  • 2-layer compression system delivers therapeutic compression to manage venous disease, lymphedema, and associated edema for up to 7 days
  • Thin, streamlined layering and breathable materials add comfort to encourage patient compliance
  • Low-profile design easily fits under clothing and footwear
  • Accuracy indicators confirm ideal compression is applied

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Adhesive Strip Tru-Colour® 1 X 3 (Multicolor)

  • Tru-Colour Bandages are skin-tone shade bandages
  • Box of 1500 loose bulk beige, dark brown, olive and brown skin-tone shade bandages
  • Ideal to refill smaller boxes of 100 and 200 bandages
  • Perfect for use at home, in the classroom, doctor’s office, camp, fine arts and more – whatever the life scene or circumstance, Tru-Colour has the right skin-tone shade bandage for you
  • Flexible fabric allows for increased movement while wearing
  • Individual, sterilized wrappers

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Adhesive Strip Tru-Colour® 1 X 3"

  • Tru-Colour Bandages are skin-tone shade bandages
  • Tru-Colour offers a variety of 4 skin-tone shades so you can select a shade that is right for you
  • Perfect for use at home, in the classroom, doctor’s office, camp, fine arts and more – whatever the life scene or circumstance, Tru-Colour has the right skin-tone shade bandage for you
  • Flexible fabric allows for increased movement while wearing
  • Individual, sterilized wrappers
  • Box of 100 includes 25 of each color

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Antimicrobial Hydrogel McKesson Puracyn® Plus Professional 3 oz. NonSterile

  • McKesson Puracyn® Plus Professional Formula Antimicrobial Hydrogel
  • FDA-approved to add and maintain moisture in the wound bed and facilitate autolytic debridement of acute and chronic dermal lesions including itch and pain relief
  • Intended for use by healthcare professionals to moisten the wound bed and facilitate autolytic debridement of acute and chronic dermal lesions
  • Relieves itch and pain associated with dermal irritation, sores, injuries, and ulcers of dermal tissue, in addition to moistening and lubricating absorbent wound dressings
  • Contains hypochlorous acid, a known antimicrobial, which serves as a preservative to inhibit the growth of microorganisms in the hydrogel
  • Hydrogel used to maintain a moist wound environment, thereby encouraging autolytic debridement of the wound and relieving discomfort (i.e. itch and pain) associated with dermal irritation
  • For the management of partial or full-thickness wounds such as 1st and 2nd degree burns, stage I – IV pressure injuries, diabetic and stasis ulcers, abrasions and skin irritations, surgical wounds (donor and graft sites, incisions), trauma wounds, and various dermatoses including atopic dermatitis
  • For wounds with little or no exudate
  • Maintains stability for up to 24 months
  • Gentle, safe, and free of toxic chemicals; passed FDA-mandated testing on tissue sensitivity and toxicity with no irritation reported
  • Scientifically tested as safe and non-irritating to the skin and wounds
  • Safety of the professional formula on wound healing verified in a daily, repeated-use study until full-thickness wound defects were healed in vivo
  • Easy application provided by 3-ounce bottle with convenient twist cap
  • Featured pH range, comparable to the pH of blood or water, makes the product as tissue friendly for human use as water or normal saline solution
  • Can be used as a wound filler to fill cavities
  • For best results, cleanse the wound with McKesson Puracyn® Plus Professional Formula Wound Irrigation Solution before applying hydrogel
  • Not Made with Natural Rubber Latex
  • Packaged: 1 Each, 6 Per Case
  • Puracyn Plus is a registered trademark of Innovacyn, Inc.

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Bullseye Plastic Wound Ruler

  • Disposable transparent guide assists with assessment the of healing progression
  • Bullseye circles measure the wound diameter in centimeters, while the straight rulers are calibrated in inches and metric units of measure

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Bullseye Plastic Wound Ruler

  • Disposable transparent guide assists with assessment the of healing progression
  • Bullseye circles measure the wound diameter in centimeters, while the straight rulers are calibrated in inches and metric units of measure

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CARING Abdominal (ABD) Pads

  • Intended for heavily draining wounds
  • Soft, non-woven rayon/polyester outer layer is non-adherent
  • Compressed cellulose center quickly absorbs heavy exudate
  • Finely finished edges are sealed to prevent linting

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CARING Self-Adherent Bandages

  • self-adherent, cohesive wrap provides patient comfort by sticking to itself-but not to skin, hair or dressings
  • No pins or clips are required
  • Porous, lightweight construction is ideal for wrapping splints and gauze pads, securing dressings and IVs, and as a post-blood-draw compression wraps
  • Wrap can be used as secondary dressings like tape to retain primary dressings without

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Q: What are the main types of wounds?

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 Penetrating wounds. Puncture wounds. Surgical wounds and incisions. Thermal, chemical or electric burns. Bites and stings. Gunshot wounds, or other high velocity projectiles that can penetrate the body.

Q: What are the different types of wound dressings?

A: Following are the types of wound dressings:

Gauze Dressing:
 Gauze dressings are made of woven or non-woven materials and come in a wide variety of shapes and sizes. Use on: infected wounds, wounds which require packing, wounds that are draining, wounds requiring very frequent dressing changes.

Transparent Films:
 Transparent film dressings allow oxygen to penetrate through the dressing to the wound, while simultaneously allowing moisture vapor to be released. These dressings are generally composed of a polyurethane material. Use on: partial-thickness wounds, donor sites, minor burns, stage I and stage II pressure ulcers.

Foams:
 Foam dressings are less apt to stick to delicate wound beds, are non-occlusive and are composed of a film coated gel or a polyurethane material which is hydrophilic in nature. Use on: pressure ulcers, minor burns, skin grafts, diabetic ulcers, donor sites, venous ulcers.

Hydrocolloids:
 Hydrocolloid dressings are very absorbent and contain colloidal particles such as methylcellulose, gelatin or pectin that swell into a gel-like mass when they come in contact with exudate. They have a strong adhesive backing. Use on: burns, pressure ulcers, venous ulcers.

Alginates:
 Alginate dressings contain salts derived from certain species of brown seaweed. They may be woven or nonwoven and form a hydrophilic gel when they come in contact with exudate from the wound. Use on: venous ulcers, wounds with tunneling, wounds with heavy exudate.

Composites: Composite or combination dressings may be used as the primary dressing or as a secondary dressing. These dressings may be made from any combination of dressing types, but are merely a combination of a moisture retentive dressing and a gauze dressing. Use on: a wide variety of wounds, depending on the dressing.