Jelonet

Jelonet

A proprietary dressing for wounds and burns consisting of an open gauze mesh impregnated with a soft paraffin base. This type of dressing is also known as Vaseline gauze and some similar preparations also incorporate antibiotics.
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A paraffin soaked gauze dressing known as Jelonet was used on the wound but when the condition of David's foot deteriorated he was taken by ambulance to Wishaw.
All patients were lightly packed with 2 pieces of Jelonet for 12-20 hrs and examined at 1 and 6 weeks post-operatively.
The prices of nAg dressing (Acticoat absorbent), MH dressing (Manuka[TM] honey gel sheet), and paraffin tulle (Jelonet) of 10 x 12.5 cm were (in Hong Kong dollars) $158.00, $225.00, and $13.75 per piece, respectively.
For the recipient area, the three layers of dressing from inside to out are: Paraffin-embedded, no adherent sterile gauze (Jelonet, sterile Surgipad, and bio-occlusive Micropore.
Quanto aos produtos utilizados na presenca de descamacao umida, tem-se: violeta de genciana (3-5,7,9); sulfadiazina de prata (3,5,8,9); esteroides topicos, como o creme hidrocortisona (3,9,10) e betametasona (5); gaze com vaselina (7); solugel (6); biafine, eosin (3,4,8,9), neosporim (3); talco em po (6,8,10); limpeza da ferida com solucao fisiologica (8); iodine (5) %, kaltostat, jelonet (4), uso de coberturas oclusivas como de poliuretano, hidrocoloide e de silicone nao aderente, hidratantes de pele (8,9).
Basic topical therapies available to nurse practitioners included silver sulphadiazine, acraflavin and Jelonet. Only three of 87 nurse practitioners had any prior education in wound or burn care.
In unilateral clefts, a jelonet pack was placed in the affected nose to assist with moulding of the deformed cartilage.
147 329 Wound Care Dressing (Jelonet) Chlorhexadine
Para la proteccion de la herida se coloco gasa parafinada esteril, modelo Jelonet, EUA., sobre los puntos de piel y luego una capa de gasa esteril.
Efficacy and tolerance of Algosteril (calcium alginate) versus Jelonet (paraffin gauze) in the treatment of scalp graft donor sites in children.
It enabled accurate measuring of the output, allowed visualization of the surrounding skin, and reduced the skin excoriation that may have occurred with frequent changing of conventional dressings such as Jelonet and gauze.