occlusive dressings

occlusive dressings

topical agents that prevent surface evaporation of sweat, e.g. flexible collodion; Op-site spray. Tegaderm and Op-site films
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C), Honey dressing Negative pressure wound treatment, Diabetic foot, and Occlusive dressings.
A review of the CINAHL, Medline, and PubMed databases for 2012-2105 was conducted using the search terms chest tubes, occlusive dressings, occlusive petroleum dressings, and dry sterile dressings.
Four patients expired from the emboli, one of whom had a cerebrovascular accident, and none of them had occlusive dressings at the air entry sites.
Occlusive dressings called chest seals are fairly easy to use and effective for sealing penetrating chest trauma.
The skin was covered with petroleum jelly and occlusive dressings.
Eighty-four percent of respondents reported that the only adverse events from vaccination were related to the skin irritation caused by the occlusive dressings worn over the vaccination lesion.
A recent review on the use of occlusive dressings (wet or dry) found little beneficial evidence for their use, but noted that the studies were of poor quality.
The dermatological approach relied on advanced occlusive dressings in order to minimize the possibility that the patient would manipulate the skin lesion.
Explain to athletes with herpes or bacterial infections that they cannot participate while the lesions are active, even if they are covered with occlusive dressings.
Sterile occlusive dressings were often moist from leakage at the insertion site that promoted a non-occlusive dressing.
Transparent occlusive dressings should not be used alone because they allow moisture accumulation at the exit site which can add to the infection risk.
Eaglstein WH 1993 Occlusive dressings Journal of Dermatologic Surgery & Oncology 19 (8) 716-720