From Steven Paul@21:1/5 to All on Fri Oct 15 00:27:03 2021
Since wounds can be so different, wound fillers are generally used for deep wounds as well as for secondary dressing. They come in different forms like powder, gels, foams, beads, pastes, creams, and ointments so that they can be used effectively
depending on the size and depth of the wound. As they are highly absorbent, they fill in the dead gap in the wound and also provide autolytic debriding in the wound bed. Since deep wounds require packing and re-packing, you need a health expert with
wound dressing skills to do the job. However, if you are on your own, with hands-on training on treating your wound with wound fillers, always start by wearing a pair of sterile gloves.
Here is a useful read on wound care: https://www.garnersupply.com/articles/medical-articles/treating-your-wound-with-wound-fillers.html
Garner Supply(www.garnersupply.com) is a US-based company providing durable medical products for home delivery. We also provide our valued customers with additional tips on wound care management and information on the latest medical devices.