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What is Gauze Dressing used for?

Medical Gauze is used to absorb blood and other exudates from the wound surface to clean the wounds. Gauze sponges are disposable and are used in hospitals and medical centers around the globe. Gauze sponges are made up of cotton and other non-woven materials. They are available in many sizes, plys, and fabrics. At HPFY you can find a varied collection of medical gauze from brands like Covidien and Medline Industries.

How does Medical Gauze Dressing work?

Medical gauze pads come in sterile and non-sterile variations. Medical gauze sponges have an open wave design that aids in removing dead tissue from the wound surface. Gauze pads portray moisture-wicking properties, i.e., they vertically wick fluid from the wound onto any secondary dressing to prevent skin tissue maceration. Some gauze sponges are woven with detectable X-ray thread in cases of accidentally leaving gauze sponges in bodies.

Sterile gauze for wounds is one of the essentials that you must have in your first aid kit. If any injury occurs which cannot be treated with a bandage, a gauze pad may do the needful. Excessive bleeding can be controlled with a gauze dressing along with a medical tape or any secondary dressing. Gauze pads also prove useful in applying ointments or cleaning wounds.

Types of Gauze

Gauze dressings can be divided into 7 following types. It is important to check and decide which one to go for in order to achieve optimum results.

What is the Difference between Woven and Non-Woven Gauze?

How to dress a wound with gauze?

  1. Clean the wound area and let it dry.
  2. Apply the gauze gently to the wound bed.
  3. Keep the first aid gauze loose to allow the wound to breathe.
  4. Change the gauze dressing pads every day depending on the amount of exudate.

Where to buy Gauze Products online?

Health Products for You is your one-stop shop for medical gauze sponges of different shapes, sizes, and types from top manufacturers like Cardinal Health, Mckesson, Systagenix, and many more. Buy our top-rated products that possess superior moisture-wicking properties for medium to high exudate wounds. Try the medical cotton gauze dressings that are just the right selection in case of IVs, tubes, drains, catheters, and tracheotomies, or the Medtronic Covidien Curity 8ply Sterile Gauze Sponges for a variety of uses, including wound dressing, minor prepping, general cleaning, wound packing and debriding.

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