Hydrocellular wound dressings are made up of soft, hydrophilic polyurethane foam which is about 6 millimeters thick, covered with a semipermeable polyurethane film. This film is moisture permeable but provides an effective barrier for wound exudate. Also it provides protection from micro-organisms passage from the back of the dressing. At HPFY, we offer a wide range hydrocellular dressings from top-selling manufacturers like Smith & Nephew and Mckesson.
The layer of dressing that contacts the wound surface is covered with a perforated film specially designed to keep the dressing from adhering to granulating tissue. The foam layer is highly absorbent, and strike-through is prevented by the semipermeable film backing. The dressing, when applied to an exuding wound, absorbs the excess fluid while maintaining a moist wound healing environment that is conducive to wound healing.
Hydrocellular foam dressings can be applied to a variety of wounds with limited depth and varying levels of exudates, including leg ulcers (venous, arterial, diabetic, and pressure), surgical incisions, surgical excisions, minor burns, and donor sites.
You can choose from hydrocellular dressings of various shapes and sizes, with adhering properties like Allevyn Classic Adhesive Hydrocellular Foam Dressing and, Allevyn Gentle Border from Smith & Nephew or the Hydrocellular Acrylic Adhesive Foam Dressing With Border from McKesson.
HPFY offers a range of hydrocellular dressings that are designed to minimize pain and trauma at dressing changes. These dressings create a great moist wound healing environment for efficient expedited healing at a minimal cost.
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