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DetailsDuoDERM CGF Extra Thin dressings provide an optimal moist wound environment that is supportive of the healing process. DuoDERM CGF Extra Thin dressings are flexible and conformable to fit difficult anatomical locations, and offer excellent protection for sites at risk for skin breakdown. DuoDERM CGF Extra Thin dressings can be used as primary dressings and are highly effective secondary dressings for use over wound fillers.
The clinical benefits of DuoDERM CGF formulation are supported by over 500 published studies.
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Manufacturer ConvaTec Sub Brand DuoDERM
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- An Extra Thin Dressing that Works in Mysterious Ways
My brother has tried using this before. It covered his large wound. He said that the product is great as it leaves no messy bandages whenever a wound dressing is made. The best thing also is that it is waterproof! Though not as cheap as the other types – but it is absolutely worth it.
- wonderful dressing, but what a price
I need these dressings due to thin skin....aging and taking steroids. My skin breaks at the slightest touch.....a few week ago I had 3 breaks at same time. Normal dressings bring off more skin when removed.
- works well with stage 2 pressure ulcer in the coccyx area
price is good also
VERY GOOD DRESSING. HELPS WITH MORE BLOOD FLOW TO THE WOUND
IF USED WITH ADHESIVE WRAPS .
- Excellent bandages but touchy to use
I have lymphedema and this type of hydrocolloid bandage is all that makes dealing with wounds feasible. As long as you can find a bandage size that will completely cover the wound and the wound is not in an area of flexation or exposed to constant friction from compression hose it will work -- if you can get a good seal when it's applied. That means dry skin when applied and no use of ointments that leave an oily residue on the skin. If you can get a good seal, the bandages work really well, even those that really ooze. You may have to change them a few times after the initial injury, but that will taper off and eventually stop. They hold up really well to showers as long as you don't scrub around them.
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