Pro-ophta Eye Dressing K
Human / Dressing Material / Bandage Material / Plasters / Adhesive Tape
Art. No.: 134374
EAN: 4021447341040 Pro-ophta Eye Dressing K
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  • Eye dressing with cotton-gauze compress
  • Absorbent, skin friendly and adjustable
  • For wound treatment, immobilization and protection
Quantity: per 50 piece
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Pro-ophta Eye Dressing K 

The Pro-ophta Eye Dressing K by Lohmann-Rauscher is not only for use in ophthalmology, but is also used in a range of surgical and neurosurgical procedures to protect the eye. The integrated cotton gauze dressing is highly absorbent and suitable for immobilising the eyelid. Thanks to the skin-friendly polyacrylate adhesive, the Pro-ophta Eye Dressing K can be reliably fixed in place so that it can even be used as part of a long-term treatment. 
Product Details 
  • Pro-ophta Eye Dressing K 
  • Eye dressing with integrated cotton gauze dressing
  • Highly absorbent 
  • Adapts well to the contours of the face 
  • Skin-friendly adhesive reliably holds dressing in place 
  • Easy to remove with little residue 
  • Also suitable for long-term therapy 
  • Can be used to immobilise the eyelid 
  • Non-sterile dressing 
  • Individually sealed
  • Dimensions: 7.8 x 11.4 cm 
  • 1 pack of 50 pieces 
Product Composition:
  • Transversely elastic fabric, skin-coloured (70% viscose, 30% polyamide)
  • Net/cotton wool tamponade: cotton wool/gauze (100% cotton), tubular net bandage (100% viscose)
  • Coating with skin-friendly polyacrylate adhesive 
Applications of the Pro-ophta Eye Dressing K 
  • To treat injuries to the external eye 
  • To immobilise the eyelid 
  • For the application of pharmaceuticals 
  • To protect the eye during surgical procedures in the prone position 
  • To protect the eye against the ingress of fluids during neurosurgical procedures on the skull 
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