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foam dressing

Wound care A highly absorbent dressing, which allows less frequent changing of dressings and ↓ maceration of surrounding tissues Indications Heavily exudating wounds, especially after debridement or desloughing, when drainage peaks; deep cavity wounds; weeping ulcers. See Dressing.

foam dressing

An opaque polyurethane dressing that is permeable to vapors but partially occlusive to liquids. It is typically used to cover wounds over bony ridges or near inflamed skin.
See also: dressing
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Foam dressing is specifically designed to meet wound management challenges.
XuSorb is a synergistic follow-on step to provide healthcare professionals with a highly absorbent foam dressing that can compatibly protect wounds following the application of Microcyn solution or hydrogel.
ITI's SensiSkin Drape for Sensitive Skin is part of ITI's NPWT product offering, which includes the SVED and Svedman negative pressure therapy units, ITI Black Foam Dressing, ITI White Foam Dressing, ITI Suction Tubing with SpeedConnect, and ITI Polyurethane Drape.
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This more organized tissue may result in less scarring than the more fragile tissue formed through the use of traditional foam dressings.
Versiva(R) XC(TM) Gelling Foam Dressings consist of three components:
Examples given in the Department of Health report published today include proprietary foam dressings priced at PS19.
77 a pot when cheaper alternatives are available for just 98p, using foam dressings priced at PS19.
That's why we designed the Renasys Go to be easy for the caregiver to use, simple for the patient to manage, and compatible with our Renasys-F foam dressings as well as Renasys-G gauze kits, which can be more cost-effective.
Advanced wound management products include Hydrogel (amorphous and saturated gauze pads), Alginate, Hydrocolloid, and LoProfile[R] Foam Dressings.
Transparent film dressings, hydrocolloids, foam dressings, alginates, and hydrogels are a few of the products that serve as shelters for wounds, helping to make skin vital again.