32s, 100% cotton, poly-bag (normal pack & ribbon peel pack) or blister or 2-ply paper pouch available.
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2'' x 5y
3'' x 5y
4'' x 5y
6'' x 5y
Selvaged cotton Gauze Bandages is a type of thin medical fabric with a loose open weave used in wound care. Both gauze pads and gauze sponges are made of 100% cotton. They wick vertically to draw exudates out of wounds and are stronger than other types of dressings due to their longer fibers. Our gauze is offered in both sterile and non-sterile forms. For open wounds, it is recommended to use sterile gauze only.
Gauze pads and gauze sponges are used in a number of different applications and are great for general cleaning, dressings, prepping, packing, and debriding wounds. It can also be used as a temporary absorbent dressing over wounds. You would want to use gauze for cushioning or packing a wound, helping to heal the tissue from the inside out. The difference between these items is that gauze pads come with one per pack, while gauze sponges come with two or more per pack.
This selvage edge bandage can quickly absorb water of exudates from the wound surface. It is effective in immediate hemostasis, protecting & binding the wound, and accelerating wound healing.
It works as the most comfortable and lasting bandage which enhances fast wound healing due to its high permeability to air. Consists of
Made of absorbent cotton gauze which has been knitted into indication suitable sizes.
Purpose of the study: Discussion and projection of wound healing by
market available surgical supplies. The present review traces the history of dressings from their earliest inception to the current status and
also discusses the advantage and limitations of the dressing materials.
Findings: There is an overwhelming amount of wound dressings available in the market. The modern world and technology gave rise to various
ways of wound healing with enrichments. Almost all sorts of enrichments are available in surgical outlets, a few of them are confined to
hospital settings. This implies the lack of full understanding of wound
care and management. The point of using advanced dressings is to
improve upon specific wound characteristics to bring it as close to
“ideal” as possible. It is only after properly assessing the wound characteristics and obtaining knowledge about available products that the
“ideal” dressing may be chosen.
Materials and Methods: Research conducted a year-round comprehensive literature search, which included technical newsletters, newspapers journals, and many other sources. The present study was started at the beginning of 2018. PubMed, ALTAVISTA,
Selvaged cotton Gauze Bandages
Web of Science and the Cochrane Central Register was thoroughly
searched. The keywords were used to search for different publishers’
journals like Elsevier, Springer, Willey Online Library, Wolters Kluwer
were extensively followed. Medicine and technical experts, pharma
company representatives, hospital nurses, and chemists were given
their valuable suggestions. Projections were based on different types
of surgical supplies available at home and abroad.
Research limitations: Pictorial presentation of so many types of dressings is not possible to reproduce in an article but for a quick review,
the article comprises most of them. Also, sutures are not detailed
which will be encompassed by the next article
Practical Implication: The sole of this article was to detail several types
of surgical supplies. Along with students, researchers, and professionals of different backgrounds and disciplines, e.g.