that creates the appropriate environment for the evolution of the wound in its different stages of treatment.
Contains cyclodextrins that absorb odor in the wound. It has a high absorption capacity, acidifies pH, prevents tissue inflammation and protects from external contamination.
It may be left in place for up to 7 days. The frequency of dressing change depends on the amount of exudate.
Reduces wound odora
Tapered edges prevent roll-up
Translucent, allowing for wound surveillance
Reinforced and satin finish protects from liquids, gases and bacteria
- Wound management 7.7
- Wound of superficial and partial thickness
- Mild exudate
- Primary dressing for wounds in epithelialization phase
- Secondary dressing for partial thickness wounds
- Butcher, M. & Thompson, G. (2010). Can the use of dressing materials actually prevent pressure ulcers: Presenting the evidence. Wounds UK. 6. 119-125
- World Union of Wound Healing Societies. (2014). Exudado en las heridas y utilidad de los apósitos. Medical Education Partnership Ltd: Londres Recuperado de: https://gneaupp.info/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/exudado-en-las-heridas-y-utilidad-de-los-apositos.pdf
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