ALGISITE M CAL ALGNT DRS 10X10 – 10 Price: $196.90 (as of 10/07/2018 07:58 PST- Details)

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Algisite M Alginate Dressing Made From Soccer Highly absorbent. Create a moist environment on the wound. Easy to remove. Reduced release of fibers. It conforms to the contours of the wound Algisite M is the only bandage of calcium alginate which gels rapidly, has a high content of mannuronic acid fibers, obtained with an industrial process that produces a soft and conformable dressing with reduced linting and high integrity when wet. Algisite M forms a soft gel when in contact with wound exudate. Excess exudate is absorbed in this process Algisite Mutilizza the well-known benefits of moist wound healing, accelerating the healing of difficult wounds. Advantages Highly absorbent In vitro studies have shown that Algisite M can absorb exudate up to 10 times its weight. This allows the dressing to remain in place for up to 7 days, depending on the nature of the wound. Easy to remove When used on moderately or highly exuding wounds, the dressing forms a soft gel that does not adhere to the delicate healing tissue in the wound. The dressing can be easily removed in one piece, or washed away with saline. Moist on the wound The formation of the gel as a result of the action of the exudate with the alginate fibers creates a moist environment on the surface. This prevents eschar formation and promotes faster healing. The dressing enables the wound to contract and also allows gaseous exchange necessary for healing. It conforms to the contours of the wound Algisite M is very soft and conformable and allows it to be adapted, bent or cut depending on the size and shape of the wound. Thanks to the formation of the gel, the intimate contact with the wound is maintained. Reduced fiber release. All dressings of alginate fibers when handling issue, thanks to the particular production process, this risk is greatly reduced. Indications Wounds to partial or full thickness, moderately or highly exuding (eg pressure sores, leg ulcers, ischemic and diabetic ulc