When gel dressing should be used?
7 Types Of Wound Dressings & When To Use Each Clinicians often suggest hydrocolloid dressings for granular and necrotic wounds, as the products protect intact and newly healed skin. These wound dressings may not be suitable for wounds with high exudate.
What is dressing gel used for?
Hydrogel Dressings consist of a gel in the form of a sheet, impregnated gauze, or a gel that can take the shape of the user’s wound. Such dressings can be used for lightly exuding or granulating wounds but are not suitable for infected or heavily exuding wounds.
What is gel dressing?
Instructions for Use: An excellent source for providing moisture to a dry lesion, hydrogel dressings act fast to help cool down a wound, as well as provide temporary relief from pain for up to six hours.