• Gelatine-free hydrocolloid layer applied to a polyurethane film that is impermeable to water and bacteria.
• Maintains a moist and warm environment at the surface of the wound: promotes granulation and epithelialization along with wound self-debridement.
• Impermeable to bacteria.
Super absorbent dressing. Non-adhesive, semi-occlusive foam dressing on a thick water-resistant polyurethane film.
• Permeable to gas and water vapours but impermeable to bacteria: limits maceration and infection.
• Keeps the wound surface moist and warm : encourages wound self-debridement, granulation and epithelialization tissue to form.
DENISTONE VETERINARY SURGERY
Dr William Jenkinson
“I have used Hydro and Spongi wound dressings in several patients with extensive wounds with great results. One dog in particular had severe dog fight injuries to both forelegs and I felt it was likely he would require amputation of one leg and have reduced function of the other. With the use of Hydro and Spongi dressings his wounds healed and the dog is now fully recovered and running around normally without any lameness. I was amazed at the dog’s ability to heal these wounds when they were protected by these dressings and feel that the result would have been quite different without them.”