Non bordered foam dressing
Foam dressings for treating pressure ulcers are waterproof and absorb a lot of drainage. Reduce wound pressure.
Wound dressings can accelerate the healing process by protecting the wound or wound from bacterial infections and creating an environment that supports healthy healing.Foam dressing for pressure ulcer are effective tools for wet wound healing and are particularly useful in preventing wounds associated with the dressing, treating exuding wounds, and minimizing the discomfort and pain of the dressing.
Hydrophilic foam dressings are suitable for use as primary or secondary dressings.
Why it works:
- Reduce wound pressure
- Special foam quickly absorbs large amounts of liquid
- Waterproof top layer
Clean the wound, remove the release liner from the dressing, place the dressing on the wound, and gently press the edge of the tape to secure it.
Use a Non bordered foam dressing to secure the borderless.
- Optimal exudate management
- Excellent fluid handling capabilities
- Excellent liquid retention
- For chronic wounds such as pressure ulcers and diabetic foot ulcers
- Prevent the development of bedsores
- Maintain a moist wound environment
• Multi-layer design is ideal for preventing pressure ulcers and exudate management
• Distributes pressure more evenly than traditional foam dressings
• Helps prevent bacterial contamination
• Covering layer helps cover the visibility of exudate
• Non bordered foam dressing Can be used under pressure therapy
• Can be used with a variety of auxiliary fixation to treat various wounds
Instructions for use
- Put on gloves.
- Clean the wound area with a saline solution.
- Dry the skin around the wound with sterile gauze.
- Apply a foam dressing so that the edge of the wound extends at least one inch.
- If the dressing does not have an adhesive bezel, you may need to apply a secondary dressing or use wraps or tape to hold it in place.
- When changing the dressing, carefully peel off the foam dressing, clean the wound and apply a new foam dressing.