Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Our offered Product range includes Eye Pad, Paraffin Gauze Dressing and Surgical Dressings.
Features : EYE PAD : Non adherent absorbent over wrap allows free flow of exudates. Highly absorbent pad. Fits comfortably and does not hinder wearing spectacles. Permits free movement of eyelid. Very light. Air and vapour permeable. Applications As a post operative dressing after any eye surgery. Cataract operation, Corneal ulcer. Dressing after an eye injury.
Description: PETRONET™ / PARAHEAL™ (Normal loading) consist of fabric of leno weave evenly impregnated with superior quality of Soft Paraffin B.P. Features: Non medicated Soft Paraffin Base Low adherent, Soothing, Non allergic, Protecting and healing the wound allowing easy drainage of the wound and easily removable without damage of wound surface and newly formed epithelium. Leno Gauze Weave with interleaving Interlocking weave threads minimize fraying while dressing to shape. Interleaved for easy peel off and aseptic application. PETRONET™ / PARAHEAL™ is non – medicated can be used with or without antiseptic or antibiotic medicines of choice. Indications : PETRONET™ / PARAHEAL™ as Primary wound dressing for skin loss open wound burns, Ulcers, Skin grafts (both Donor and Receptor sites ), lacerated wounds and various traumatic injuries, can be used for post treatment in plastic and cosmetic surgery. As a transfer inter medium during skin grafting. To protect the skin surrounding wounds. For prevention of secondary dermatitis caused by irritating discharge. Contra – indication : Patients sensitive to Soft Paraffin should not use the product. PETRONET™ / PARAHEAL™ as such has no contra – indication. However it is rare occurence if the dressing used for heavy exuding wound the semi – occlusive nature cause maceration by preventing movement of exudates away from the surface of the wound. Direction of use and frequency of change Clean the wound, apply single PETRONET™ / PARAHEAL™ dressing to the wound surface area being treated. Cover with appropriate secondary dressing. Repeat change of dressing depend upon nature of wounds. For longer periods dressing left in a position, it is possible to become adherent and can damage tissue upon removal.