BSN Propax SDP Wound Dressing Pack

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The BSN Propax SDP Wound Dressing Pack is designed for the cleaning of a wound prior to a dressing, and to help reduce the risk of…

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Description

The BSN Propax SDP Wound Dressing Pack is designed for the cleaning of a wound prior to a dressing, and to help reduce the risk of cross-contamination.

It is easy to use, and saves time, as there is no need to collect the components of the BSN Propax SDP Wound Dressing Pack individually.

The BSN Propax SDP Wound Dressing Pack includes quality components at a low cost, and is sterile.

The BSN Propax SDP Wound Dressing Packincludes:

  • 4 Gauze Swabs.
  • 1 Disposable Bag.
  • 1 Dressing Pad.
  • 1 Paper Towel.
  • 1 Sterile Field.

Uses

The BSN Propax SDP Wound Dressing Pack can be used to help to reduce hospital infection when a patient is being clinically treated, as the Dressing Pack is sterile.

The BSN Propax SDP Wound Dressing Pack saves time and money, as there is no need to collect the components individually, and there are quality components included at a low cost.

This BSN Propax SDP Wound Dressing Pack provides medical professionals and patients with a time-saving, cost-effective pack that will safely control and prevent infection of the wound site.

The BSN Propax SDP Wound Dressing Pack is a time saving, compact pack that is easy to store, and is suitable for a number of different healthcare settings. The Dressing Pack is convenient, and can improve clinical efficiency.
The BSN Propax SDP Wound Dressing Pack is commonly used to prevent the spread of infection in hospitals and community care.

Application

Explain the procedure to the patient to gain consent and cooperation.

Ensure that there is adequate light.

Wash and dry the hands thoroughly.

Remove the dressing pack from its outer packaging, place it on a clean trolley/surface.

Using your fingertips and touching the edges of the paper only, open the pack and lay it flat on the sterile field.

Open the disposable bag and put your hand inside so that the bag acts as a glove. Use this to remove the soiled dressing.

Inspect the dressing to determine the type and amount of exudate.

Turn the disposable bag inside out so that the dressing is contained within it.

Use a gauze swab dipped in cleansing solution to clean around the wound to remove blood, etc.

Use fresh gauze swabs to dry around the wound (not the wound itself).

Use each swab once only and swabbing away from the wound.

Apply the new dressing as necessary.

Wrap all used disposable items in the sterile field, and place in the disposable bag.

Seal the disposable bag, and dispose of it in clinical waste.

Wash the hands.

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