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Dynarex 3 x 3 Inch Surgical Gauze Sponges 12 Ply, Sterile - 3333

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3333

3 x 3 Inch

Pack of 25
$0.069 each

$2.24

$1.72
3333

3 x 3 Inch

Pack of 2
$1.200 each

$3.12

$2.40
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3 x 3 Inch - Pack of 25
SKU: 3333

$2.24

$1.72
3 x 3 Inch - Pack of 2
SKU: 3333

$3.12

$2.40

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Dynarex 3333 Surgical 3 x 3 Inch Gauze Sponges, 12 Ply is a flexible, durable gauze sponge that is able to soak in exudate for a high level of wound management. The 12-ply gauze is individually packaged in peel-down pouches for convenience in handling, making placement coverage easier. The square shape allows for better all-around coverage of the wound bed and offers more flexibility to conform to the skin. The sponge gives patients nine square inches of coverage, perfect for small-to-mid sized wounds. Each individual pack contains two gauze sponges and are sterile.

Product Features and Benefits

  • Covers and Takes in Exudate from the Wound
  • Individually Packaged for Additional Safety
  • Package has Peel-Down Pouches for Access
  • Flexible Enough to Conform to the Skin
  • Good for High-Level Wound Management
  • Twelve Ply Gauze for Exudate Lifting
  • Nine Square Inches of Coverage Space

Product Specifications

  • Manufacturer: Dynarex
  • Application: Gauze Sponge
  • Size: 3 Inches x 3 Inches
  • Material: Gauze
  • Ply: 12-Ply
  • Sterile: Yes
  • Product Number: 3333
Additional Information

Additional Information

Manufacturer Dynarex
Latex Free Latex-Free
Ply 12 Ply
Size 3 x 3 Inch
Sterility Sterile
Woven / Non-Woven Non-Woven
Material Cotton


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