In today's society, the use of alginate wound dressing has grown and become more popular with doctors. This article reviews 10 reasons why you should be using alginate wound dressing in your practice.
What is Alginate Wound Dressing
Alginate dressing is an advanced moist wound dressing, composed of biodegradable, highly absorbent alginate fiber which is derived from seaweed, and available in flat and rope patterns. On contact with exudate, these dressings form a moist gel through a process of ion exchange. They are soft and conformable, easy to apply in cavity wounds or irregular-shaped wounds. Alginate dressing with excellent absorption and good gel-forming effect. The alginate dressing consisting of calcium alginate provides superior absorption and is ideally designed for all moderate to heavily exuding both superficial and cavity wounds.
Why Use Alginate Wound Dressing?
There are many reasons why you should be using alginate wound dressing. First, it is a fast and easy way to treat small cuts and abrasions. Second, it is very effective at sealing wounds. Third, it is gentle on the skin and does not require any special care after application. Fourth, the alginate wound dressing is affordable and easy to find at most stores.
How to Apply an Alginate Wound Dressings
Alginate wound dressings are a great option for treating wounds that do not heal well. They can help to reduce pain and inflammation. Alginate wound dressings are also easy to apply, which makes them a good choice for patients who have limited mobility.
Carefully cleanse the wound with saline and dry surrounding skin. Alginate dressing should be folded or cut to the shape of the wound and applied dry directly. The Alginate dressing should then be covered with appropriate moisture-retentive secondary dressing such as, but not limited to, Non-woven dressings, Film dressing, Hydrocolloid dressing, or Foam dressing onto the wound.
The alginate wound dressing of Winner Medical is a great option if you are looking for an absorbent and moisture-wicking adhesive bandage. It is also effective in preventing a transfer of infectious, making it a preferred choice for many healthcare professionals. If you are considering using it, be sure to read the instructions carefully so that you get the most out of this adhesive bandage.
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