Abdominal Pads

They are composed of thick absorbent layers that disperse the absorbed exudate to prevent it from pooling at the wound site. ABD dressings may be used as a primary wound contact layer or a secondary dressing on the top of a primary one where extra absorption is required. They come in a variety of styles and sizes to meet the specific user requirements. At Shop Wound Care, we offer a wide range of abdominal pad dressings from top-selling manufacturers like Covidien, Medline, Cardinal Health, Derma Sciences, etc.

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Features of Abdominal Dressing Pads

  • Absorb wound discharge into an inner core and seal off the wound surface to
  • prevent moisture seepage
  • Keep the wound site clean and protected
  • Help the wound to heal quickly
  • Protect wound from external trauma
  • Reduce the risk of infection
  • Keep the wounds dry Low-linting contact layer
  • Prevent skin maceration

Sterile Abdominal Pads

Sterile abdominal pads are ideal for new or open wounds. This is so because sterilization process leaves them free of bacteria and impurities. They help in drawing the exudate away from the wound, keeping the wound site clean and free from infections.

Non-Sterile Abdominal Pads

Non-sterile abdominal pads are ideal for closed and healing wounds. They provide protection and extra cushioning to help the wound continue to heal quickly. They can also be placed on the top of sterile abdominal pads to provide additional absorbency and protection.