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Non-woven Sponges (sterile)

Non-woven Sponges (sterile)

  • 30g / m2 or 40g / m2
  • Size: 2''×2'', 3''×3'', 4''×4'', etc.
  • 4ply, 6ply etc.
  • With or without X-ray, unfolded edges.
  • Packing: 1pc / pack, 2pcs / pack, 5pcs / pack,10pcs/pack, blister or paper pouch.
What's the difference between woven and non-woven sponges ? Gauze Sponges are made from 100% Woven Cotton while Non-Woven Gauze Sponges are made from a Poly Rayon Blend. This means that Gauze Sponges are coarser and used in more general applications where a wound might need to be cleaned, debrided or packed sponges and Scotch Brite scrubbers are truly a fashion-meets-function success story. The highly absorbent and durable sponges come in different sizes and scrub levels for the various surfaces around the home. Their assorted colors and patterns follow the current fashion trends to create the perfect accent in any room. Non woven absorbent gauze pad are a non-stick, sterile sponges used for treating wounds and burns. Disposable cotton pad made with non-woven fabric, there is far less linting than with other gauze sponges. Disposable cotton pad made with non-woven fabric, there is far less linting than with other gauze sponges. These 4-Ply gauze pads also offer excellent absorption.

Features of Non-woven Sponges

  • Less linting than standard gauze
  • Sterile
  • 4-ply
  • Packaged in trays for access and sterility
  • Packaged as 25 envelopes per box, 2 per envelope

  Available in Sizes:

  • 2” x 2” 4-Ply
  • 3” x 3” 4-Ply Gauze Pad
  • 4” x 4” 4-Ply Gauze Pad
These non-woven sponges are designed for wound care management and are packaged in peel-down pouches. For ease of access, all pouches are packaged in an open tray.
non-woven sponges
    Many manufacturers embed a strip of a radio-opaque material into every sponge they produce. This means that if a sponge is left in the body, an x-ray machine can be used to identify the sponge and pinpoint the location so it can be removed. This system is not foolproof, however, as sometimes the strip may be hidden behind a structure such as a bone, rendering the sponge effectively invisible. Other technology designed to prevent the dreaded retained surgical sponge includes the addition of an RFID tag to each sponge. The tag can alert the surgical team when a sponge is left inside a patient, and can also be used when sponges and tools are counted out after a procedure.