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Covidien Curity Plain Packing Strips

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1/4" x 5yd, Plain

SKU 7631
$4.39 Each

1/4" x 5yd, Plain

SKU 7631
$51.29 12/Case
$4.27 Each

1/2" x 5yd, Plain

SKU 7632
$4.19 Each

1" x 5yd, Plain

SKU 7633
$5.99 Each

1" x 5 yd, Plain

SKU 7633
$62.79 12/Case
$5.23 Each

1" x 5yd, Iodoform

SKU 7833
$6.59 Each

1" x 5yd, Iodoform

SKU 7833
$66.89 12/Case
$5.57 Each

1/4" x 5yd, Iodoform

SKU 7831
$4.59 Each

1/4" x 5yd, Iodoform

SKU 7831
$54.79 12/Case
$4.57 Each
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Covidien Curity Packing Strips are wound packing gauze to help seal tunnel wounds safely under the skin limiting the exudate and promoting healing. The strips are made of highly absorbent 100% natural cotton. The fine mesh gauze is ideal for wet-to-dry packing, providing guaranteed sterility.


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Curity Plain Wound Packing Gauze Features

  • Sterile Packing Strips
  • Fine mesh helps retain wound more easily while being comfortable with the skin
  • The strips comes in two varieties that is plain and impregenated with iodoform
  • Comes in glass bottle for safe and sterile storage
  • Provides an effective barrier to bacterial penetration packing the wound soaking away the wound exudate

What to buy with Covidien Curity Plain Packing Strips

Frequently Asked Questions About Curity Wound Packing Strips

  1. Indications for using Curity Wound Packing Strips?

    The packing strips are used to fill up tunnel and hollowed up wound where the bleeding cannot be controlled using direct pressure alone socking up drainage from wound helping tissue to heal. If not packed the wound might close up with fluids trapped inside creating the possibilities of bacterial infections in the deeper areas of the wound.
  2. How long can packing strips should be kept inside a wound?

    The packing should be checked and changed in every 1 or 2 days. While changing check for signs of infection.
  3. Which is better, moist or dry wound packing?

    Take packing out of the container. Squeeze it gently out. It should be moist, but not drenched. Put packing material in the wound.

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