Silicone Foam Dressing Joints

Elbow Joints Silicone Foam Dressings
Heel Silicone Foam Dressings

Reorder No.  Size  Quantity
S71047  4''×7'' (10cm×17.5cm) 20/5/Cs
S71058  5.5''×8.3'' (14cm×21cm)  20/5/Cs

It is applied to wounds such as scapulae and joints that are not easy to be bandaged. use for heel and elbow joints

Elbow Joints Silicone Foam Dressings are highly absorbent dressings with a soft silicone adhesive as the wound contact layer.

· Promotes Healing: Elbow Joints Silicone Foam Dressing is effectively absorbent, comfortable to use, and provides an optimal environment to promote healing. Allows for joint mobility to help create an optimal healing environment.

· Easy removal: The soft silicone adhesive acts as a wound contact layer and does not stick to the wound bed, leaving the skin intact, preventing secondary injury, and minimizing pain during dressing removal and replacement.

· Semipermeable: The semipermeable PU film acts as a liquid barrier while allowing oxygen and water vapor to pass through. With a highly absorbent and breathable surface, it keeps the wound moist and sterile.

· Sterile and Individually Wrapped: Each dressing is produced in a sterile facility and individually wrapped to prevent contamination of the wound. Can be used in hospitals, senior care homes, hospices, and other medical facilities.

· Multipurpose: Suitable for applications such as postoperative wounds, bedsores, cysts, pressure ulcers, burns, and other minor trauma.

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

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

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