Key FeaturesDescription: Airpore™ hydrocolloid foam dressing can use on necrotic, sloughy, granulating and epithelial wounds as well as any wide range of wounds, such as leg ulcers, pressure sores, burns and abrasions. Airpore™ hydrocolloid foam dressing absorbs fluids, and when this happens the physical state of the dressing changes to form a gel. They are capable of absorbing low-to-moderate amounts of exudates depends on presentation. The thickness of the Airpore™ hydrocolloid foam dressing can enlarge to 10 times. The breathable outer film layer provides a consistently high rate of moisture vapor transmission. Objectives: Easy to apply. Fast healing of the wound area. Painless during change of the dressing. They may be worn in the bath or shower. Hydrocolloids are suitable to use in various areas and, because the whole dressing is adhesive, they can be cut and shaped to fit in awkward places. Airpore™ hydrocolloid foam dressing presentation, competitive absorbent, semitransparent and very flexible. The dressings may be left in place for three to seven days. CS hydrocolloid used on minimally to moderately exuding superficial or partial thickness wounds to encourage autolysis and absorb excess fluid forming a gel at the wound surface. CS hydrocolloid dressing used prophylactically in the protection of new epithelial tissue or over bony prominences. It held in suspension in water and may also contain polysaccharides, proteins and adhesives. Structure and composition: CMC – Sodium Carboxy Methyl Cellulose (Sunrose F50MC). Imported from Nippon paper industries Co. LTD. Coated under polyurethane dressing film Solvent acrylic adhesive – leading competitive price and competitive Airpore™ hydrocolloid foam. Acrylic leads to contain bubbles in the hydrocolloid foam. Dressing Application: It is very simple to apply. Clean the wound area with water. Dry the pat area. Remove the PE release paper then apply the hydrocolloid foam on the wound area.
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