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Non-adherent dressings do not stick to wounds, therefore minimizing trauma upon removal or dressing changes. They can be placed directly on the wound and are easy to apply and remove. Non-adherent dressings are especially suitable for fragile and sensitive skin and wounds in the healing phase. They are soft and comfortable, easy to apply and remove.

How do Non-Adherent Dressings work?

These dressings are designed not to adhere to dried secretions on the wound surface. They are gentle on the wound and reduce damage to the skin when in the healing phase. Non-stick wound dressings prevent skin maceration and manage wounds with dry-to-heavy exudates. They can also be placed directly on an open wound.

Types of Non-Adherent Dressings

There are several types of non-adhering gauze dressings to choose from -

Non-adherent dressings are made by reputed manufacturers like Covidien/Medtronic, Smith & Nephew, Medline Industries, Dumex/Derma Sciences, McKesson, etc.

What are Non-Adherent Pads used for?

Non-adhering wound dressings work on several types of wounds such as:

  • Venous ulcers/foot/leg ulcers
  • Partial thickness burn/second degree burn
  • Pressure ulcers
  • Diabetic ulcers
  • Donor sites
  • Partial/full thickness wounds
  • Laceration/abrasions
  • Superficial burn/first degree burn
  • Surgical/post-operative wounds
  • Acute/traumatic wounds
  • Full thickness burn/third degree burn/graft wounds
  • Low-to-moderate exuding wounds
  • Arterial ulcers
  • Moderate-to-high exuding wounds

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What can be used along with Non-Adherent Medical Pads?

  • Dressing Retainers - They are generally used in large scale wound management where bandages cannot be applied
  • Medical Tapes - These are widely used to ensure proper placement of primary dressings.
  • Bandages - They act as a barrier from external contaminants alongside making sure the primary dressing does not fall off.
  • Wound Cleansers - Essentially used in wound management to reduce the risk of infection and remove any micro-organisms present on the wound.
  • Odor Eliminators - Used for controling odors whenever required.
  • Skin Care products - Initial during wound healing process to protect perineal sking from infection and reduce irritation.

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