– HETIS Adhesive Foam is a sterile foam dressing with adhesive tape, 4 – 5 mm thick, with 2 layers:
The top layer is a PU film (polyurethane film, coated with acrylic adhesive) with a size larger than the size of PU foam (polyurethane foam) allowing the product to cover and stick to the surrounding skin without having to use secondary dressin to fix, semi-permeable PU membrane has the effect of preventing water and microorganisms from entering but still allowing water vapor to escape and exchange oxygen (MVTR (moisture vapour transmission rate) ≥1500 g/m2. 24 hours).
The lower layer (in contact with the wound) is a hydrophilic PU (polyurethane foam) foam with high fluid absorption (11 – 18g fluid/g dressing), and retains fluid in the dressing to help limit the number of dressing changes.
– When in contact with the wound, the lower layer of the HETIS Adhesive Foam dressing will absorb fluid and swell inward, occupying the concave part of the wound bed, thereby limiting the growth of microorganisms. Besides, the PU foam layer also maintains a suitable moist environment for the wound bed, helping the wound healing process to take place faster.
– HETIS Adhesive Foam has a soft, elastic and flexible foam layer that helps patients feel comfortable and painless, and does not stick to the wound bed like conventional gauze.
– The product is sterilized by gamma rays, each piece is contained in a separate sterile bag.
– The product is convenient, easy to use and manipulate.
- Feature: HETIS ADHESIVE FOAM is used to absorb fluid, maintain a moist environment and stimulate the growth of granulation tissue to help wounds heal quickly.
- Indications for use: HETIS ADHESIVE FOAM is indicated for moderate to heavy exudative wounds such as: chronic wounds, traumatic wounds, postoperative wounds, skin grafts...
- Clean the wound and surrounding areas with a specialized solution. If hydrogen peroxide is used to clean the wound, it should be rinsed with physiological saline before placing the dressing on the wound bed.
- Select the dressing suitable for each location, size and shape of the wound bed.
- Remove the dressing from the package, remove the bottom protective paper, then place the dressing on the center of the wound bed, make sure the dressing covers the entire wound bed, continue to remove the remaining paper. Gently pat the film to adhere to the surrounding skin. Finally, remove the top PE film by peeling along the blue line between the dressing.
- Regularly follow the condition of the dressing and the wound.
- The frequency of dressing changes depends on the location, type, and the extent of the wound's discharge and as prescribed by the treating doctor.
- Do not use with oxidizing agents such as H2O2 (hydrogen oxygen) because these substances can affect the structure, properties and effectiveness of the product.
- When changing the dressing, if the dressing sticks to the wound bed, use physiological saline to wet it, then gently lift the dressing out of the wound bed.
- Do not use the product when the packaging is torn or damaged.