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Medline Sterile Abdominal Pads - 8" x 10"

  • Sterile pad with extra absorbency and wicking to handle heavily draining wounds
  • Soft, nonwoven outer layer quickly wicks fluid to a cellulose center, helping to keep the wound dry
  • Highly absorbent cellulose quickly absorbs and disperses fluids to prevent pooling
  • Hydrophobic back helps prevent strike-through
  • Sealed edges prevent linting

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Medline Sterile Abdominal Pads - 8" x 7-1/2"

  • Sterile pad with extra absorbency and wicking to handle heavily draining wounds
  • Soft, nonwoven outer layer quickly wicks fluid to a cellulose center, helping to keep the wound dry
  • Highly absorbent cellulose quickly absorbs and disperses fluids to prevent pooling
  • Hydrophobic back helps prevent strike-through
  • Sealed edges prevent linting

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Medline Sterile Multi-Trauma Abdominal Pads

  • Cotton and polyester blend pad helps protect granulating tissue by not sticking to the lightly draining wound
  • Soft, perforated mylar film is porous, allowing air to circulate
  • Absorbent pad allows fluid to collect

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Medline Sterile Multi-Trauma Abdominal Pads

  • Cotton and polyester blend pad helps protect granulating tissue by not sticking to the lightly draining wound
  • Soft, perforated mylar film is porous, allowing air to circulate
  • Absorbent pad allows fluid to collect

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Medline Wound Care Starter Kits

  • Components are laid out sequentially with simple instructions to intuitively guide the clinician through best practices to perform a full dressing change for a chronic wound
  • Complete with all the necessary items for applying a primary and secondary dressing

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MicroKlenz Antimicrobial First Aid Antiseptic

  • Wound cleanser with Benzethonium Chloride to help prevent bacterial contamination in minor cuts, scrapes and burns
  • Also includes wetting agents and surfactants to help decrease the risk of infection
  • No-rinse, nonirritating formula for patient comfort and ease of use
  • Within optimum PSI range for wound irrigation

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Nonsterile Self-Adherent Cohesive Latex Wraps

  • Can be used as secondary dressings like tape to retain primary dressings without tension
  • Unique self-adhesive sticks to itself but not to skin, hair, or other dressings
  • Porous and lightweight for added comfort
  • Individually wrapped for protection

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Nonsterile Self-Adherent Cohesive Wraps

  • Can be used as secondary dressings like tape to retain primary dressings without tension
  • Unique self-adhesive sticks to itself but not to skin, hair, or other dressings
  • Porous and lightweight for added comfort
  • Individually wrapped for protection

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Opticell Gelling Fiber Wound Dressings

  • Chitosan-based Chytoform technology transforms the absorbent fibers of the dressing into a clear and conformable gel
  • Gelling action helps manage drainage and remove exudate from wounds, trapping it for removal at the dressing change
  • Ideal for partial- and full-thickness wounds of all drainage levels
  • Up to a 7-day wear time
  • Indicated for use to control minor bleeding; ideal for partial- and full-thickness wounds of all drainage levels
  • Learn more about the Opticell Gelling Fiber Wound Dressing

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Optifoam Adhesive Foam Dressings

  • An all-in-one dressing for fluid handling helps create an ideal healing environment
  • Moisture vapor transmission rate (MVTR) adjusts to fluid level to increase breathability
  • Dressings that have an "EP" at the end of the item number are supplied in Educational Packaging that focuses on patient safety and correct product application
  • Indications: pressure injuries, partial and full-thickness wounds, leg ulcers, donor sites, lacerations and abrasions, skin tears, and first- and second-degree burns
  • Contraindications: third-degree burns and lesions with active vasculitis

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Optifoam Ag+ Post-Op Strips

  • Eliminates 99.99% of bacteria within two hours and remains effective for up to seven days1
  • The ionic silver provides an effective barrier for managing repeated bacterial introduction
  • Numbered liners make these post-op strips very easy to apply
  • The dressing acts as both a primary and secondary dressing
  • Optifoam post-op strips use a thin and conformable adhesive border that is waterproof, flexible and breathable

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Optifoam Basic Hydrophilic Polyurethane Foam Dressings

  • Optifoam basic nonadhesive dressings absorb exudate and provide a moist wound environment
  • Dressings are soft and cushioning, which are ideal for bony prominences and site care
  • Fenestrated dressings feature a slit cut that allows easier conformability, making them ideal for tube sites

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Optifoam Gentle Ag+ Foam Dressings with Silicone Adhesive Border

  • Highly conformable1 silicone border provides gentle adhesion and can be lifted and reapplied
  • Moisture vapor transmission rate (MVTR) adjusts to fluid level to increase breathability
  • Ionic silver provides an antimicrobial barrier against bacteria1
  • Indications: partial and full-thickness wounds with drainage
  • Contraindications: third-degree burns, lesions with active vasculitis and individuals with a known sensitivity to silver

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Optifoam Gentle Foam Dressings with Silicone Adhesive Border

  • Highly conformable1 silicone border provides gentle adhesion and can be lifted and reapplied
  • Moisture vapor transmission rate (MVTR) adjusts to fluid level to increase breathability
  • Low friction and shear outer layer
  • Indications: partial and full-thickness wounds with drainage
  • Contraindications: third-degree burns and lesions with active vasculitis

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Optifoam Gentle Lite Foam Dressings

  • Low-profile, flexible foam dressing for easy conformability in tough-to-dress areas and enhanced patient experience
  • Silicone for gentle adherence
  • Waterproof outer layer protects the wound and helps keep bacteria out
  • Indications: partial and full-thickness wounds with minimal drainage
  • Contraindications: third-degree burns
  • Learn more about the Optifoam Gentle Lite Foam Dressing

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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.