Foam Dressings

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Foam dressings are not as popular as the medical gauzes used in injury and first aid application but even so their importance is not subsided by any means and foam dressings and much other foam adhesive dressings are a major part of any first aid equipment to date. The use of foam dressings and foam wound dressings are not at all similar to that of the commonly used medical gauzes. The foam dressings are predominantly in effect used in the puncture of leg ulcers and other similar sort of fungi. Foam dressings are excessively high in absorption hence it is always initially used before the wound is treated by Unna boots or any other type of medical gauze. Specifically speaking foam dressings should be used in the following manner so that full and foremost benefit be taken from this particular first aid product.


How to Used Foam Dressings
Before initially using any sort of foam dressing one should take up and assess the situation an individual is put into. For instance, whether the situation is an injury done due to an accident with the victims having cuts or bruises or whether foam dressing is to be done for a leg ulcer, which, by the way, never in most cases would be fatal to one’s life.

Now once the situation is accessed and it is determined if the injury is serious or not the person providing the first aid should firstly see if there is bleeding or not. In case of scratches or scraps and excessive bleeding, foam dressings should be used immediately. The foam dressing rolls are created of very absorbing material hence if you apply pressure on the wound and keep it pressed with the severed injury then it would significantly reduce the bleeding. Furthermore since it have an absorbing material, Foam dressings into retail with specific antiseptics embedded into them making them prone to any infectious material.

Foam dressings further are used when there is use of any ointment on the wound. To effectively do this, all a person needs is to pour the ointment into the foam dressing. You could initially unwrap the roll and put ointment into it directly. Once this is done, place the dressings directly to the wound and bandage it later. The reason foam dressings are used in case of ointments is because it reduces spills and the whole medicine is applied to the wound rather than partial due to the absorbing material.

Another great feature of the foam dressings is that it is very comfortable and even in a deep injury the person being bandaged by the latter can easily move around. There have been also no cases up till now of foam dressings to cause any allergic reaction such as scratches and it is perfectly deemed safe. Foam dressings are best used on wounds that have a deep cut or have excessive drainage. It is very important for a person to carry Foam dressings as an integral part of the first aid kit if one is on the move. You never know of any unfortunate event that might occur and whether you may need foam dressings. Foam dressings are also very feasible in cases where fungi on any part of the body is causing infectious drainage including blood.

Foam Dressings

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