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 How to Store Dressings & Bandages?

Answer Dressings and bandages are a part of any well-equipped household's first-aid kit. They may be used for post-surgery care, burns and other wounds. Bandages are placed on the wounded area or are used... Read More »
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An elderly male with Dementia has leg ulcers wont stop scratchingand pulling off his bandages Are there any btter dressings or scratch mits on the Market?

If you place cotton mittens preferably white (to avoid dye) on the pt, and add a ribbon by cutting small slits thru the wrist band at the top of the mitten and tie it looslely closed( prevents the ... Read More »
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How do I Cut Duoderm GCGF Dressings?

DuoDERM CGF (Controlled Gel Formulation) is a hydrocolloid dressing marketed by ConvTec to manage lightly draining wounds. Hydrocolloids are occlusive, adhesive dressings that form a gel when in co... Read More »
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Who makes Coverlet adhesive dressings?

BSN Medical GMBH manufactures the Coverlet brand of adhesive dressings as well as numerous other brands of supplies for wound care, compression therapy, physical therapy and fracture management. Fo... Read More »
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The Styles of Ginger Dressings in Japanese Restaurants?

Ginger, known in Japan as "shago," is one of the country's oldest seasonings, used for medicinal and culinary purposes. In Japanese restaurants, ginger dressings often top salads, coleslaws and mea... Read More »
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