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PU Foam Dressing Elbow Joints

Non adhesive foam dressing
Reorder No.  size  Quantity
G3125  5.5''×9'' (14cm×23cm)  20/5/Cs

Shaped viscose dressing (elbow joints).

The upper layer of the sticking part around the dressing is a polyurethane film.

The lower layer is a hydrocolloid viscose, which is composed of sodium carboxymethyl cellulose.

The middle area of the dressing is polyurethane foam.

Foam Dressing (for Elbow)

Product Description:

The Elbow Foam Dressing is specially designed to protect the elbows, it is a highly absorbent dressing made of hydrophilic polyurethane foam, ideal for heavily exuding wounds. The soft elastic foam absorbs plenty of drainage for patient comfort; the backing membrane protects the wound from external bacteria.


1. Polyurethane foam absorbs large amounts of exudate, helps reduce the risk of maceration, does not adhere to the wound bed, and minimizes pain during dressing changes.

2. Protect the wound from external contamination and reduce the risk of infection. Liquid-impermeable, allowing the patient to shower with the dressing in situ.

3. The highly breathable back film allows excess moisture to be discharged from the wound and maintains a moist healing environment for the wound.

4. The soft foam dressing can be cut and shaped to fix wounds in different parts, adapt to body contours and improve comfort.


The road ahead will be long and our climb will be steep

Zhejiang Longterm Medical is a well-known China PU Foam Dressing Elbow Joints suppliers and OEM PU Foam Dressing Elbow Joints Company, specializing in the research and development, production and sales of high-end medical dressings. Our PU Foam Dressing Elbow Joints have passed the US FDA certification, German TUV ISO13485 certification, CE certification.

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