Features of McKesson 8-Ply Cotton Gauze Sponges
- Mckesson gauze sponges are ideal for wound dressings wound packing and general wound care
- Peel pouches and trays that allow for easy opening
- Gauze sponges reduced linting
- Packaged: 200 Per Pack
What to buy with Mckesson Woven Gauze Sponges
How to use McKesson Non-Sterile Gauze?
- Clean the wound area and let it dry.
- Apply the woven gauze sponges gently to the wound bed.
- Keep the first aid gauze loose to allow the wound to breathe.
- Change the gauze sponges every day depending on the amount of exudate.
FAQs About Gauze Sponges
1. What are gauze sponges used for?
Gauze pads and gauze sponges are used in a number of different applications and are great for general cleaning, dressings, prepping, packing and debriding wounds. It can also be used as a temporary absorbent dressing over wounds.
2. What are McKesson Non Sterile Gauze Sponges made of?
McKesson Medi-Pak 8-Ply Cotton Gauze Sponges are made from 100% natural cotton.
3. How do you keep gauze from sticking to a wound?
Apply petroleum jelly (Vaseline) and cover with an adhesive bandage any exposed wounds that might become dirty on the hands, feet, arms, or legs. A gauze pad can be secured with medical tape for people sensitive to adhesive.
4. How long can you leave gauze on a wound?
Leave the bandage in place and dry for 24 hours. When removing the bandage after 24 hours, and it feels like the bandage is sticking to your wound, pour water onto the bandage to get it wet and gently and slowly remove the bandage. If you rip the bandage off while it is stuck it can start bleeding.