Hydrogel Dressings

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Cutimed Siltec Dressing, 6 x 6 Inch - 917237_BX - 1
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Cutimed Sorbact Sterile Hydrogel Dressing, 3 x 6 Inch - 811942_BX - 1
Cutimed Sorbact Sterile Hydrogel Dressing, 3 x 6 Inch
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DermaGauze Hydrogel Dressing, 2 x 2 Inch - 727082_BX - 1
DermaGauze Hydrogel Dressing, 2 x 2 Inch
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McKesson Hydrogel Dressing, 2 x 2 Inch - 494192_BX - 1
McKesson Hydrogel Dressing, 2 x 2 Inch
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Solosite Hydrogel Dressing, 3 oz. - 224395_CS - 1
Solosite Wound Gel, 3 oz.
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KerraLite Cool Hydrogel Dressing, 4 x 4 Inch - 1189331_CS - 1
KerraLite Cool Hydrogel Dressing, 4 x 4 Inch
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Safe N Simple Fibergel Wound Dressing - 1090699_CS - 1
Water-Jel Burn Dressing - 1071031_CS - 1
Water-Jel Burn Dressing
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FiberGel Hydrogel Dressing, 2 x 2 Inch - 1058995_BX - 1
Water-Jel First Responder Burn Dressing, 4 x 16 Inch - 1071033_CS - 1
Bunn Stop Burn Dressing, 4 x 4 Inch - 1071030_CS - 1
FiberGel Hydrogel Dressing - 1058996_BX - 1
FiberGel Hydrogel Dressing
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Moist wound healing with Hydrogel Dressings

Hydrogel dressings are great for a variety of wounds; including burns, pressure sores, and ulcers. They're also effective for wounds that are dry or difficult to dress, as they help to keep the wound hydrated and even promote healing.

Gentle and easy-to-apply Hydrogel Dressings

Another perk of choosing hydrogel dressings is that they're very gentle on the skin. They are non-adhesive, which means that they do not stick to the wound or surrounding skin. This can be particularly helpful for patients with sensitive or fragile skin, as it reduces the risk of further skin damage.

Moisture-rich dressings for wound treatment

In addition to promoting healing and being gentle on the skin, hydrogel dressings also offer long-lasting moisture. This means that they do not need to be changed as frequently as other types of dressings, which can be helpful for patients who are managing their own wound care at home.

At Cart Health we offer a wide selection of hydrogel dressings from top brands like McKesson, Smith & Nephew and more. Whether you are looking for a specific size or shape, or simply want to try out a new brand, we have everything you need to support your wound healing journey.

Frequently Asked Questions about Hydrogel Dressings

Hydrogel dressings are used for various types of wounds, including burns, ulcers, and surgical incisions. They provide a moist environment that promotes wound healing.

Hydrogel dressings promote wound healing by creating a moist environment that helps in tissue regeneration, reducing pain, and preventing wound dehydration.

Hydrogel dressings are suitable for many types of wounds, including superficial and partial-thickness wounds. However, they may not be ideal for heavily exudating or infected wounds.

The advantages of using hydrogel dressings include their ability to provide moisture to the wound, facilitate autolytic debridement, reduce pain, and create a barrier against external contaminants.

The frequency of changing hydrogel dressings depends on the specific wound and its condition. Generally, they are changed every 1 to 3 days or as directed by a healthcare professional.

Hydrogel dressings can be used on infected wounds, but it is important to consult a healthcare professional for proper wound assessment and treatment.

Hydrogel dressings are generally safe for sensitive skin. However, it is recommended to test a small area before using them extensively and consult with a healthcare professional if any adverse reactions occur.

Hydrogel dressings differ from other wound dressings in their composition, as they contain a high percentage of water or glycerin. They are designed to provide a moist wound environment, while other dressings may have different mechanisms of action.

In most cases, hydrogel dressings require a secondary dressing to secure them in place and provide additional protection to the wound.

Yes, hydrogel dressings are commonly used on burns as they help soothe the wound, provide a moist environment, and promote healing.

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