Nonwoven Adhesive Wound Dressing

Winner nonwoven Adhesive Wound Dressing is a sterile post-operative dressing indicated for the management of post-operative wounds and superficial wounds. It consists of soft non-woven fabric coated with one layer of hypoallergenic acrylic adhesive,an absorbent pad with low-adherent wound contact layer and two strips of release paper.



Nonwoven Adhesive Wound Dressing

Benefits

Soft non-woven fabric with high breathability, reduces the risk of maceration. Soft nonwoven fabric allows the dressing to be conformable to all wound sites.  

Highly absorbent pad, absorbs exudates quickly and helps to protect the wound from further trauma whilst maintaining a good healing environment.  

Low adherent wound contact layer, minimizes pain when changing or removing and ensures patient comfort.  

Hypoallergenic adhesive, minimizes the risk of an allergic response. Providing a safe and secure dressing fixation over the wound site, even the more difficult areas like shoulders and axillae. 

Round corners, reduces occurences of lifting or snag, helping the dressing stay in place longer. 


Indication

Winner nonwoven adhesive wound dressing is indicated for the wounds in the epithelialising phase. The wounds feature                           Lightly exudate;                                                                   

Superficial;                                                                     

Non-infected                                                                  

for example

Post-operative wounds                                                    

Abrasions and lacerations                                               

Skin grafts and donor sites                                                         

Minor burns and scalds

                                                        

Contraindications                                                                 

Full thickness wounds                                                         

Full thickness burns                                                               

Surgical implantations                    


Sizes