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Wound dressings reduce the chance of infection and shield them from bacteria. Wound dressings come in a wide variety of forms. These include sticky and non-adhesive bandages, first aid supplies, and scar therapies. They are available based on their size, intended application, and material. Riteway Medical provides a wide range of high-quality wound dressings from reputable and acclaimed vendors, including BSN Medical, McKesson, DeRoyal, Convatec, DermaRite, Medline, and many others.


Types of Wound Dressings

Collagen Dressing

With no chemicals added during the manufacturing process, collagen dressing is a sophisticated wound care product created from 100% bovine Type 1 collagen. It transforms in the presence of wound exudate to produce a soft, moist wound environment. Also, it is useful to treat partial- and full-thickness wounds.

These include burns of the first and second degree, cuts, abrasions, and surgical wounds. Moreover, it can also treat pressure (stage I–IV) and venous ulcers, ulcers due to mixed vascular etiologies. It can also treat venous stasis and diabetic ulcers, and ulcers due to cuts and other trauma.

Hydrogel Dressing

A non-adhesive hydrogel dressing offers a moist environment that is beneficial for wound healing and is beneficial for light to moderate wounds. This translucent hydrogel bandage makes wounds visible. Also, it facilitates autolytic debridement and gets rid of the impediment to wound healing. When applied, this wound treatment has a calming, cooling effect.

Hydrocolloid Dressing

Hydrocolloid dressings create a gel to prevent sticking to the wound and follow the features of the body that are challenging to dress. Also, it is beneficial for the treatment of wounds with mild to moderate exudate drainage.

Alginate Dressings

Alginate dressing may aid in controlling mild bleeding and absorb moderate to substantial volumes of wound exudate. It can be utilized to pack or fill in the empty spaces in a wound. Also, it is non-occlusive and extremely absorptive.

It can be cut to fit the size of the wound. Moreover, its ideal gelling profile enables the dressing to avoid adhering to the wound bed. Also, it aids in maintaining physical integrity to enable one-piece removal from the wound.

Foam Dressing

A semi-permeable, thin-film backing and a polyurethane membrane matrix make up a non-adhesive wound foam dressing. A cleaner, a moisturizer, and a super-absorbent starch co-polymer are all present in the hydrophilic membrane. Also, the medical dressing helps the body’s natural healing process while protecting the wound.

It is thick enough to absorb a good deal of exudate without being painful to pull off. Moreover, it is the best option for non-adhesive dressing. Because it can cover an area of up to 16 square inches and you can cut it to fit anything smaller.

Transparent Dressing

Transparent film dressing keeps the catheter site dry and suits the needs of catheter fixation. The IV3000 has been demonstrated by independent clinical specialists to provide secure, safe, and economical catheter fixation.

And they consider it to be a technological advancement for IV site care. Moreover, transparent film dressing is useful for all common types of catheters quickly and easily using the one-handed delivery device.