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aluderm ® dressing sheet
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Dressing cloths

Dressing cloths are large wound dressings used to treat injuries during first aid. They are usually made of cotton or viscose and come in a variety of sizes and shapes. Dressing cloths can be sterile or non-sterile and are usually single-use.

They should be applied so that they completely cover the wound and are tight, but not so tight that they restrict circulation. It is important that the wound is clean before applying the dressing cloth to avoid infection.

Dressing cloths Dressing cloths are large wound dressings used to treat injuries during first aid. They are usually made of cotton or viscose and come in a variety of sizes and shapes.... read more »
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Order triangular sheets and first-aid towels according to DIN online
Dressing cloths

Dressing cloths are large wound dressings used to treat injuries during first aid. They are usually made of cotton or viscose and come in a variety of sizes and shapes. Dressing cloths can be sterile or non-sterile and are usually single-use.

They should be applied so that they completely cover the wound and are tight, but not so tight that they restrict circulation. It is important that the wound is clean before applying the dressing cloth to avoid infection.