Debrisoft Cleaning Compress
With Debrisoft, surface wounds are quickly and effectively cleaned without hindering the healing process. The skewed fibre tips not only remove debris and exudate from the wound, but also flakes and keratoses from the surrounding wound area.
Bandage Material for Wound Bandages, Compression Bandages and Supportive Wraps
The term bandage material includes various types of compresses, wraps, plasters, swabs and tamponades. Bandage material can be used for wound bandages, as well as supportive wraps, conforming bandages, compression bandages and functional wraps, and even underpadding for casts and plaster casts.
One differentiates Bandage Material amongst the following Subcategories:
Sterile and non-sterile compresses typically serve as a wound cover and should protect the wound surface from outside influences. They can also be used as carriers for ointments and creams. In addition to common gauze and fleece compresses, there are also special compresses for catching wound secretion e.g. absorbent compresses.
Gauze Bandages/Conforming Bandages
With the help of gauze or conforming bandages, wound covers can be quickly and simply fastened. Particularly when it comes to conical body parts and joints, fastening wound covers with conforming bandages offers an advantage over fastening with plasters. Another possible use for conforming bandages is for setting functional wraps, fastening splints and applying both support and relief wraps. One can also basically differentiate between gauze bandages, crepe bandages, conforming bandages and plaster bandages.
Net and Tubular Bandages
Whether for fastening wound covers, as a skin-friendly underlay for orthopaedic wrap or for fasting padding material–net and tubular bandages have diverse applications and are easy to manipulate.
In addition to classic wound plasters for covering all types of wounds, there is also a wide array of plasters that are needed for other purposes. Conforming plasters are great for fastening wound covers or wraps, while adhesive tapes are needed for applying functional wraps and, with help of cannula plasters, can fasten venous catheters to the patient's arm.
Padding always comes into use when additional protection or pressure relief is required. For example, padding protects pressure points from rigid wraps or may even be needed for applying padded shoes to patients with diabetes.
Tamponades are placed in natural or artificial bodily orifices and provide haemostasis, carry medicine or secure a slow granulation of deeper wounds.
Swabs are equally bandage material as they are medical consumables, as they are not only used for cleaning wounds, but are also often used for carrying skin and wound disinfectants. One differentiates between gauze swabs and cellulose swabs.
In our Bandage Material category, you will find a wide selection of all bandage material from name brand manufacturers, such as MaiMed, Hartmann, BSN and Lohmann-Rauscher, at affordable prices.