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Telfa Dressings

Telfa dressings are a popular choice for wound care, featuring a non-adherent layer to prevent sticking to the wound and promote faster healing. Our selection of Telfa dressings includes various sizes and shapes to provide superior protection and comfort to your wound.

Silicone Dressings

Silicone dressings are another non-adherent option for wound care, featuring a soft and flexible layer that conforms to the wound site and provides a gentle cushioning effect. Our collection of silicone dressings includes a variety of brands and sizes to cater to your specific needs.

Petrolatum Dressings

Petrolatum dressings are an excellent choice for promoting moist wound healing, featuring a non-adherent layer of petrolatum that helps retain moisture and prevent drying of the wound. Our range of petrolatum dressings includes options such as Adaptic and Xeroform, available in different sizes to fit your wound size and shape.

Sterile Non-Adherent Dressings

Sterile non-adherent dressings are essential for maintaining a clean and hygienic wound care environment, reducing the risk of infection and promoting faster healing. Our selection of sterile non-adherent dressings includes various brands and sizes, available in individually wrapped packages to ensure maximum sterility and convenience.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

When should I use non-adherent dressings?
Non-adherent dressings are an ideal solution for wounds that are likely to produce exudate, as they prevent the dressing from sticking to the wound and causing pain and discomfort during dressing changes.

How do I know which size of non-adherent dressing to use?
It is essential to choose a dressing size that adequately covers the wound area without extending beyond the edges of the wound. You can consult with your healthcare provider or use our size guide to find the right size for your wound.

Can I apply medication under a non-adherent dressing?
Yes, you can apply medication under a non-adherent dressing. However, it is important to ensure that the medication does not interfere with the non-adherent properties of the dressing.

How do I properly remove a non-adherent dressing?
To remove a non-adherent dressing, gently lift one edge of the dressing and slowly peel it back, avoiding any pulling or tugging on the wound. If the dressing is sticking to the wound, moisten it with saline solution before attempting to remove it.

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