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What is an Abdominal Pads?

Abdominal Pads, also known as ABD Pads, are designed to manage abdominal wounds and have high absorbency to treat heavy draining wounds. Effectively absorbs and cleans the blood and fluid around the wound and protects against the risk of infection. The edges of the ABD Bandage are sealed to prevent leakage and spills. ABD wound dressings are made with a thick absorbent layer of gauze that disperses fluids to keep them from accumulating upon the wound site.

Choose from a wide selection of abdominal pads available in sterile or non-sterile versions. Try the Covidien Dermecea Non-Sterile Abd Pads, Curity Tendersorb Abdominal Pads from Medtronic Covidien that comes with Wet Proof Barrier to retard fluid strike-through or the Super Absorbent Abdominal Pads from Medline that disperses fluids laterally to prevent pooling.

What does ABD Pad stand for?

ABD is an acronym for “Army Battle Dressing.” It was originally designed for the military for treating battle wounds. ABD Pads help manage heavy draining wounds.

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HPFY provide a wide range of Top quality Abdominal Pads from well-known manufacturers like Covidien/Medtronic, Medline Industries, Cardinal Health, Dumex/Derma Sciences, Dynarex Corporation, Mckesson and Reliamed. Place your order with us today and earn reward dollars on every purchase. You can use these reward dollars on your next order.

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What are abdominal pads used for?

Abdominal pads are used to dress a variety of abdominal wounds, including:

How often should abdominal pad be changed?

You should change your abdominal pad as needed, or when it becomes saturated with drainage. This is usually every 2-4 hours. If the pad is not changed often enough, it can become wet and uncomfortable, and it can also increase the risk of infection.

Can I reuse an abdominal pad?

No, abdominal pads are designed for single-use only. Reusing them may lead to infection and hinder proper wound healing. Always dispose of used pads properly and use a new one for each dressing change.

Can I cut an abdominal pad to size?

Yes, you can cut an abdominal pad to size if you need a smaller pad. However, you should be careful not to cut the pad too small, as this could make it difficult to keep the pad in place.

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