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MEDICATH LLC

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Hpfy stores carry most popular urological products from Medicath that includes catheter with insertion supplies and water sachets. Hpfy stores offer Medicath products as they are known for quality and trust. These products are made from superior quality raw material that offers comfort and cleanliness.

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FAQ's

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Absorbent dressings are multi-layered wound coverings with a semi-adherent or non-adherent layer combined with highly absorptive layers of fibers like cellulose, cotton or rayon. These dressings are designed to reduce adherence to the wound and manage exudate. They can be used either as a primary or secondary dressing for managing surgical incisions, lacerations, abrasions, burns, donor or skin graft sites or with any exuding wound.

Yes, absorbent dressings absorb odor as they are multi-layered and can cope with infected malodorous wounds. The layer of activated charcoal within ensures effective odor absorption.

Certain absorbent dressings can be used under a compression bandage to absorb and remove exudates. But if a wound is producing a lot of exudate then using compression bandaging here may not be advisable. However, it is important to check the instructions provided by the manufacturer regarding this.

Selection will depend on the characteristics of the wound and its healing stage. It is important to check the amount of exudate the wound is producing. Each patient has different requirements which must be kept in mind when selecting absorbent dressings. Certain factors that matter are:

  • Your wound type – dry or heavily exuding
  • Will dressing stick to the wound
  • Condition of the patient’s skin – fragile or healthy
  • Cost effectiveness

Absorbents dressings can be used for:
  • Burns
  • Exuding wounds
  • Lacerations
  • Scratch
  • Surgical cut
  • Donor or skin graft sites