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Home Wound Dressing

Home wound dressing consists of a layer of glue-coated non-woven fabric and releases paper. Home wound vac's soft and elastic non-woven fabric can make the wound feel comfortable, so surgery dressing at home is suitable for joints and other parts of the body.

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Home Wound Dressing
Home Wound Dressing

Specifications of Home Wound Dressing

6*7cm1 0pcs/box24boxes/carton
7.5*7.5cm1 0pcs/box24boxes/carton
1 0*10cm10pcs/box24boxes/carton
10*1 5cm10pcs/box24boxes/carton
1 0* 20cm10pcs/box24boxes/carton
1 0* 25cm1 0pcs/box24boxes/carton
1 0*30cm1 0pcs/box24boxes/carton
specification and package can be customized

Application of Home Wound Dressing

  • Dressings for wound care.

  • Post-surgical dressing.

  • Gentle, for frequent dressing changes.

  • Acute wounds such as abrasions and lacerations.

  • Superficial and partial-thickness burns.

  • I.V. catheter sites.

  • Light to moderately draining wounds.

  • To secure or cover devices.

  • Secondary dressing applications.

  • Over hydrogels, alginates, and gauze.

Advantages of Home Wound Dressing

● The highly conformable dressing is easy to apply, conforms to body contours, and flexes with movement or swelling.

● The medical dressing at home is porous and breathable for increased patient comfort, better exchange of moisture vapor and oxygen, and reduced risk of skin maceration.

● The unique, nonadherent pad won't stick to the wound, allowing normal wound healing processes to occur with less pain and trauma.

● As one of wound plaster types, this dressing provides excellent adhesion, yet is gentle to the skin.

● Convenient, all-in-one dressing reduces application time.

● The absorbent pad protects the wound and absorbs drainage.

● A full range of sizes is available to fit every application.

How to Choosing the Right Home Wound Dressing Pads

Size: Select a pad large enough to cover the wound completely with some overlap on the surrounding skin.

Material: Gauze pads are good for moderate drainage, while non-woven pads are gentler on sensitive skin. Hydrocolloid pads promote healing for dry wounds.

Adhesive: Consider pads with self-adhesive backing for easy application, or use separate medical tape for non-adhesive pads.

Important Reminders:

Home wound dressing pads are for minor wounds only. Seek professional medical care for deep, heavily bleeding, or infected wounds.

Clean and disinfect the wound thoroughly before applying the pad.

Change the pad regularly, especially if it becomes soaked or soiled.

Discontinue use and consult a doctor if you experience any redness, swelling, or increased pain around the wound.


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