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  1. Mepitel Nonadherent Silicone Dressing
    super product.
    love it
    (Review by vicky)
  2. Mepitel One Adherent Silicone Dressing
    One Adherent Silicone Dressing Review.
    It's so adherent. I had burn on my ring finger. Though I moved it constantly, this dressing was never detached. It says it can stay for 14days but could stay
    (Review by Ana)
  3. Tegaderm Hydrocolloid Dressing by 3M
    Good product.
    Tried a thinner product and it stuck too tightly - hard to get off. This product holds well but comes off after a few days without harming skin
    (Review by Silvertop)
  4. Biatain Soft Hold Foam Dressings
    Biatain Soft Hold Foam Dressings.
    Biatain Soft Hold Foam Dressings are great for people with very sensitive skin. Very absorbent and promotes healing.
    (Review by Ernest)

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Wound Dressings

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  1. Remove This Item Manufacturer: 3M

3M Wound Dressings are medical accessories that you administer to a wound during wound care management. 3M Wound Dressings encourage healing and stave potential infection or harm. Being in direct contact with your wound, 3M Wound Dressings are dissimilar to bandages, which are generally used to secure a dressing.

Because we offer a variety of 3M wound dressings, such as silver dressings, alginate dressings, hydrocolloid dressings, and more, you can rest assured we have the specific wound dressing for your needs.

When you choose and apply the appropriate type of 3M Wound Dressing you will help to prevent and avoid pain, infection, and potential damage. Peruse our category of 3M Wound Dressings today and improve the quality of your wound care management.

3M Wound Dressing Applications

Indications of Use for 3M Silver Dressings and Alginate Dressings:

  • Cavity wounds.
  • Diabetic ulcers.
  • Graft and donor sites.
  • Leg ulcers.
  • Post-operative wounds.
  • Pressure ulcers.
  • Trauma wounds.
  • Superficial and partial thickness burns.

Indications of Use for 3M Hydrocolloid Wound Dressings:

  • Abrasions.
  • Dermal Ulcers.
  • Donor sites.
  • First- and second-degree burns.
  • Leg ulcers.
  • Superficial wounds.

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