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Drawtex Hydroconductive Wound Dressing with Levafiber

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Drawtex Hydroconductive Wound Dressing with Levafiber is a hydroconductive, non-adherent wound dressing with LevaFiber technology. This combination of two types of absorbent cross-action structure creates the ability to draw exudate away from the wound surface while removing toxic components, such as slough, necrotic tissue, and bacteria. It provides hydroconductive debridement that lifts and loosens adherent slough. Even slough that isn't absorbed by the dressing migrates to the sauce, making it easier to remove when the dressing is changed.

5 Reasons to buy Drawtex Wound Dressing with Levafiber

  • Non-adherent
  • Hydroconductive
  • Dilute the concentration of bacteria
  • Create a natural vacuum system (negative pressure)
  • Strip away and stop the production of wound barriers

Features of Drawtex Hydroconductive Wound Dressing

  • It is for external use only.
  • It is sterile unless opened or damaged.
  • It should be stored in a cool, dry place.
  • It is intended for single use only. Do not reuse.
  • Non-adherent leaves no particles in the wound.
  • It is contraindicated if arterial bleeding is present.
  • Do not use Drawtex if the package is opened or damaged.
  • Hydroconductive capture large volumes of fluid, absorbs up to 500% of its own weight.
  • Versatile use as a flat dressing, a multilayer dressing, or as a drain for deeper wounds.
  • Drawtex Wound Dressing provides hydroconductive debridement that lifts and loosens adherent slough. Drawtex can also be used as a surgical drain.
  • Hydroconductive debridement draws exudate away from the wound surface to remove toxic components such as slough, necrotic tissue, and bacteria.

When to use Drawtex Hydroconductive Wound Dressing?

Why choose Drawtex Wound Dressing?

Drawtex Wound Dressing Capillary ActionCapillary action gives Drawtex its ability to move wound exudate and wound debris into the porous material of the dressing. With the small pores acting as capillaries, intermolecular attractive forces between the exudate and solid surfaces of the wound dressing allow the exudate to be drawn upward against the force of gravity.

Drawtex Wound Dressing Hydroconductive Action Hydroconductive action is controlled by Darcy’s Law that defines the ability of a fluid to flow through porous media. Fluid can move from wetter to drier – even against gravity. This explains how water can be transported from the roots of a tree to the leaves. The LevaFiber Technology of Drawtex allows the dressing to lift, hold and transfer the wound exudate both vertically and horizontally by hydroconductive action.

Drawtex Wound Dressing Electrostatic Action Electrostatic action occurs when the negatively charged Drawtex wound dressing comes into contact with the wound exudate. Ions from the exudate form a mobile layer of the opposite charge known as the electric double layer, effectively reversing the charge on the surface of the dressing to become positive. This allows the dressing to draw out a relatively large amount of exudate, devitalised tissue, bacteria and deleterious chemical mediators.

Drawtex Dressing is designed for any type of wound

Drawtex Dressing for Drain Shape Drawtex Dressing for Sacral Shape Drawtex Dressing for Spiral Shape Drawtex Dressing for Stoma Shape
DRAIN SHAPE
To drain by way of cutting strips with the opposite end going into a colostomy bag.
 
SACRAL SHAPE
To fold into heart-shaped wound, while vertical slits splay slightly, filling the area.
 
SPIRAL SHAPE
To fill cavities or cover amputations
 
STOMA SHAPE
To fit around G-tubes and trach tubes. Drawtex Tracheostomy Dressing may be used.

What to buy with Drawtex Hydroconductive Wound Dressing?

How to use Drawtex Dressing?

  • Cut: Drawtex may be cut to conform to wound shape. Any side of Drawtex can be used against the wound bed.
  • Apply: For low exudating or dry wounds, apply a nonadherent (perforated) dressing before applying Drawtex. For best results, ensure dressing has direct contact with wound bed.
  • Layer: For moderate to highly exudating wounds, apply Drawtex directly to wound bed. For heavy exudate, apply additional layers as necessary.
  • Cover: Cover with a secondary dressing or bandage of choice.
  • Change: Change Drawtex every one to three days, as necessary. Once exudate is under control, dressing may be changed less frequently. If Drawtex is adherent, irrigate with saline for easy removal.

Drawtex Hydroconductive Dressing FAQ

Is Drawtex classified as highly absorbent?

Yes. Drawtex is a super-absorbent dressing that works against gravity.

Does Drawtex support the moisture environment of the wound?

Absolutely. Drawtex manages and controls high volumes of exudate.

Is Drawtex non-toxic and hypo-allergenic?

Absolutely. Drawtex materials have been successfully tested by an independent laboratory for eye, skin and other irritations.

How does Drawtex work against bacteria?

In actively drawing out wound fluid, Drawtex has been shown to draw the bacteria from the wound bed into the dressing. Studies with an infected burn model and with patients who have chronic wounds have shown that tissue bacterial counts in the wound decrease while the bacterial counts in the Drawtex dressings increase.

On what types of wounds can Drawtex be used?

Drawtex is ideal for the following types of wounds, especially wounds with moderate to heavy exudate: burns (first- and second-degree), amputations, post-operative wounds, venous leg ulcers, pressure ulcers, cavity wounds, diabetic foot ulcers, Buruli ulcers, complex surgical wounds, difficult-to-heal wounds and nonhealing wounds.

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