Gauze Dressings


 

Nurses Notes

3M Reston High Support Self Adhering Foam Padding:
Relieves pressure on especially difficult areas where at high risk for skin breakdown. On fragile skin it can cause adhesive irritation and find it works better and is safer to apply over a dressing or other protective device.

3M Reston Medium Support Self Adhering Foam Padding:
A product that works well and often overlooked as a means to relieve pressure on especially difficult areas where at high risk for skin breakdown. On fragile skin it can cause adhesive irritation and find it works better and is safer to apply over a dressing or other protective device.

Cardinal Health Non Sterile Woven Gauze Sponge:
Economical non-sterile dressings for multiple uses including basic wound care coverings, cleansing, and absorption aides. Practical to have on hand for general first-aid care. Professional use for all appropriate application.

Cardinal Health Sterile Gauze Bandage Roll:

Economical sterile gauze rolls for multiple uses including basic wrapping for wound dressing coverings and absorption aides. Practical to have on hand for general first-aid care. Professional use for all appropriate application.

Cardinal Health Sterile Gelling Fiber Silver Alignate CMC Dressing:

Calcium alginates are derived from seaweed and excellent for absorption of moderate to heavy draining wounds. Calcium alginate rope is effective for packing draining wound cavities and tunneling while gauze form best suited for draining wounds not needing packing. These dressings work best by absorbing excess drainage while maintaining a moist wound environment at the same time which is critical for wound healing. In addition the silver component decreases or eliminates bacteria in an infected wound.



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