DeRoyal Multidex Powder Maltodextrin Hydrophilic Wound Dressing
DeRoyal Multidex Powder Maltodextrin Hydrophilic Wound Dressing

DeRoyal Multidex Powder Maltodextrin Hydrophilic Wound Dressing

Brand/Manufacturer: DEROYAL
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The Deroyal Multidex Powder Maltodextrin Hydrophilic Wound Dressing fills wound site quickly and rapidly, mixes with the exudate to form a protective coating. It is designed for use on wounds with minimal drainage or dry wounds and works on infected wounds and cuts that are not healing properly.

5 Reasons to Buy Multidex Wound Powder

  1. Clinically Proven
  2. Safe for use on diabetic wounds
  3. Controls odor
  4. Non-toxic Sterile Gel
  5. Softens necrotic tissue to facilitate debridement

Item #DescPkgRewardPrice 
46-704 6gm tube Each $0.21
$13.65
$6.99
46-704 6gm tube 60/Case $12.57
$556.60
$418.99
46-703 12gm tube Each $0.30
$15.39
$9.99
46-703 12gm tube 30/Case $8.97
$385.60
$298.99
46-702 25gm tube Each $0.39
$23.65
$12.99
46-702 25gm tube 30/Case $12.60
$565.99
$419.99
46-701 45gm tube Each $0.63
$38.45
$20.85
46-701 45gm tube 6/Pack $3.72
$195.65
$123.95

Why Choose DeRoyal Powder Hydrogel Wound Dressing?

  • Quickly fills wound site, rapidly mixing with the exudate to form a protective coating that maintains an ideal moisture balance to protect against dehydration
  • Brings topical nutrients to the wound site to create an ideal environment for the body to heal itself
  • Hydrophilic Maltodextrin NF Wound Dressing
  • Specially formulated for the dry wound or minimally draining wound
  • Controls odor, decreases the amount of purulent excudate
  • Clinically proven to maintain a moist environment beneficial for granulation tissue growth and epithelial proliferation
  • Not systemically absorbed and primary dressing
  • Wound Powder is non-toxic
  • Works on infected wounds and cuts that are not healing properly
  • For use on most wound types, including infected hard-to-heal wounds
  • Fills the wound site and forms a protective coating
  • Protect the wound from dehydration
  • Penetrates all wound irregularities to fill tunneling and undermining
  • Multidex Powder can be covered with a non-adherent, non-occlusive Covaderm Plus dressing
  • Effective even in the hardest to heal infected wounds
  • Available as Powder and Gel Dressing
  • Softens necrotic tissue to facilitate debridement
  • Can be used on all types of wounds, and can fill wound irregularities and tunneling
  • Powder dressing is used for moist wound and as a gel for dry and minimally draining wounds.
  • The specially designed tube makes application of Multidex Powder or Gel easy
  • Even safe for use on diabetic wounds
  • Primary dressing

Why to Use Powder Wound Dressings?

  • Infected wounds
  • Diabetic ulcers
  • Dermal ulcers
  • Superficial wounds
  • Abdominal wounds
  • Arterial ulcers
  • Venous stasis ulcers
  • Pressure ulcers
  • Second degree burns
  • Donor sites
  • Partial and full-thickness wounds

What to Buy with Multidex Powder Wound Care?


Directions for Use of Powder Hydrogel Dressing

Preparation of Site for Multidex Wound Powder

  1. Necrotic tissue should be debrided according to acceptable practice or as directed by an attending physician.
  2. The site should be irrigated liberally with a sterile physiological 0.9% normal saline or a balanced salts solution.

Application of Multidex Wound Powder:

  1. After irrigation, apply Multidex
    • For shallow wound: 1/4" thick over entire wound site
    • For deep wound: fill wound site to surface taking care to fill all undermined areas
  2. Cover with a non-adherent, non-occlusive dressing such as Covaderm Plus, MultiPad, Sofsorb, or Polyderm Plus. If necessary, tape in place or use roll gauze or Stretch Net to secure dressing.
  3. Dressing change should be once a day on minimally to moderately draining wounds and twice a day on heavily exudating wounds.

Removal of Multidex Wound Powder Dressing:

  1. Remove non-adherent dressing with care. If dressing adheres to wound, soak with saline for several minutes before removing so the fragile granulation tissue is not disturbed.
  2. Flush site liberally but gently with a sterile, physiological irrigating solution to remove debris. This will leave newly formed granulation tissue undisturbed.
  3. Usual frequency of dressing change is once a day, depending upon drainage and the type of secondary dressing.

Customer Reviews

Questions & Answers


 
 
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Why is multidex powder classified as an antimicrobial?
Patricia - 4/26/2015 9:21:06 PM
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Thank you for reaching out to us. The product will help decrease bacterial counts and make an environment not suitable for bacteria to live in because of the mechanism of action. Therefore, the product is considered bactericidal and bacteriostatic.
Customer Care - 4/29/2015 11:58:36 PM
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