What is Melolite dressing used for?

What is Melolite dressing used for?

Melolite is a thin low adherent absorbent pad which is suitable for minor wounds or as a temporary dressing.

Does Melolin stick to wounds?

Melolin has a relatively low absorbent capacity and is therefore intended for use on lightly exuding wounds. In these situations, a single dressing may simply be secured in position with surgical tape.

Which type of dressing is highly absorbent?

Super absorbent dressings are designed to absorb large quantities of exudate and hold it away from the wound and surrounding skin. Consider carefully why the patient’s wound is producing very high levels of exudate that are difficult to manage with conventional foam dressings.

What does low adherent dressing mean?

Low adherence dressings are used as interface layers under secondary absorbent dressings. Placed directly on the wound bed, non-absorbent, low adherence dressings are suitable for clean, granulating, lightly exuding wounds without necrosis, and protect the wound bed from direct contact with secondary dressings.

What is mepitel used for?

When to use Mepitel One Mepitel One is a wound contact layer designed for the management of a wide range of exuding wounds such as painful wounds, skin tears, skin abrasions, surgical incisions, partial thickness burns, traumatic wounds, blistering, lacerations, partial and full thickness grafts, leg and foot ulcers.

Are Melolin dressings sterile?

Cushions and protects the injured area. Sterile.

How often should you change a Melolin dressing?

Change daily, or more frequently if required (according to the condition of your wound).

What is an ABD pad?

The Combine ABD Pad is a highly absorbent dressing that provides padding and protection for large wounds. • Highly absorbent multi-layer dressing. • Soft non-woven outer facing wicks moisture into the cellulose core that quickly absorbs and disperses fluid.

What is Enluxtra made of?

It is called Enluxtra™, and it is made of a proprietary material called Humifiber™.

How does Inadine dressing work?

INADINE™ Dressing minimises adherence to the wound bed, therefore reducing the risk of damage to the granulation tissue at dressing removal2, and in clinical practice has been shown to reduce pain for patients6,7. As PVP–I is released the INADINE™ Dressing the dressing will change colour from orange to white.

What is adherent dressing used for?

An absorbent, low-adherent dressing used for the management of a wide variety of light to moderately exuding wounds including clean sutured wounds, abrasions, lacerations and minor burns.