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Coloplast Biatain® Adhesive Foam Dressing, Sterile, 5" x 5"

  • Box of 10 EA
  • Item # 623420
  • Manufacturer: COLOPLAST INC
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Biatain® foam dressings are made of a unique 3-D polymer that provides superior exudate management. This polymer structure within the dressing pad absorbs and locks exudates away. The dressing is a superior choice under compression therapy due to its high absorption and retention capabilities.

  • Sterile, super-absorbent foam dressing for exuding wounds that offers a soft, protective cushioning effect, ensuring longer wearing time.
  • No lateral spreading.
  • Less risk of maceration.
  • Consists of highly absorbent foam and semipermeable, top layer film for optimal moist wound environment and extended wear times.
  • Ideal under compression.
  • Designed with soft, beveled edges. This makes the dressing more comfortable and lowers the risk of leaving pressure marks on the skin.

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