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Inadine PVP-I Non-Adherent Dressing 5cm x 5cm 25s
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Inadine PVP-I Non-Adherent Dressing 5cm x 5cm 25s

SKU : CHN0371195|PIP-Code : 0371195
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Inadine PVP-I Non-Adherent Dressing can be used to manage ulcerative wounds and to prevent infection in minor burns and minor traumatic skin loss injuries.
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Inadine PVP-I Non-Adherent Dressing

Inadine PVP-I Non-Adherent Dressing can be used to manage ulcerative wounds such as diabetic foot ulcers, pressure ulcers and ulcers deriving from different aetiologies and to prevent infection in minor burns and minor traumatic skin loss injuries.

Inadine PVP-I Non-Adherent Dressing contains povidone iodine molecule which has a broad spectrum antimicrobial action that works against bacteria (including MRSA), microbacteria, fungi, protozoa and viruses.

Inadine PVP-I Non-Adherent Dressing minimises adherence to the wound bed, therefore reducing the risk of damage to the tissue when the dressing is removed. As the povidone iodine is released, the dressing changes colour from orange to white, indicating when it needs to be changed. This prevents unnecessary dressing changes, reducing cost and time.

Inadine PVP-I Non-Adherent Dressing consists of a low adherent knitted viscose fabric impregnated with a polyethylene glycol (PEG) base containing 10% Povidone Iodine; equivalent to 1.0% available iodine.
  • Select a size of Inadine that is slightly larger than the wound.
  • Prepare the wound according to appropriate wound management protocol.
  • Ensure skin surrounding the wound is dry.
  • Remove the pouch from the box.
  • If necessary, Inadine can be cut using clean scissors or folded to fit the wound bed. It is best to cut Inadine whilst one or two backing papers are in place.
  • Remove one backing paper.
  • Peel off the dressing from the remaining backing paper and apply Inadine directly to the wound.
  • Cover Inadine with a secondary dressing such as Tielle.
  • Choose the secondary dressing based on the level of exudate.
  • Apply any secondary cover or retention/compression bandage.
  • When the Inadine Dressing colour fades this indicates loss of antiseptic efficacy and the dressing should be changed. It may be changed up to two times daily in the initial phase or with highly infected wounds or wounds producing large amounts of exudate.
  • Gently remove the secondary dressing.
  • Removal of Inadine may be helped by gentle stretching of the dressing at diagonally opposite corners.
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