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Advazorb Sterile Foam Dressing
- Hard-to-Dress Acute and Chronic Wound Types with Exudate
- Cuts and Abrasions
- Surgical Wounds
- Superficial Burns
- Leg Ulcers, Pressure Ulcers and Diabetic Ulcers
- Arterial Bleeds or Wounds that Bleed Heavily
- Fungating Malignant Wounds Supported by Tumour
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
- Is Advazorb shower proof? Although the backing is waterproof, adherence will be lost if exposed to water for a long time. You can wear it only if it's a quick shower.
- Will the dressing create strike through? No - The waterproof backing prevents strike through.
- Which direction does the dressing wick? - Both directions to maximize the foam dressing.
- Why would I use Advazorb vs. Advazorb Silfix? - The Silfix line uses a soft silicone backing when wound has particularly sensitive and delicate tissue.
- What is the purpose of the holes on the outside of the Advazorb? - The larger holes offer a greater surface area of exposed foam for the transferring of the wound exudate.
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