Delivery 8 to 12 days
You will receive your goods between the 02.10.2020 and 08.10.2020
Current information on the delivery situation:Due to the tense situation caused by the Covid-19 eruption, there may be occasional delays in delivery. We have adjusted the capacities of our logistics accordingly, so that we can largely meet the indicated delivery dates.Medical facilities and doctors are supplied by us with priority. We do not supply resellers. Thank you for your understanding!
tul Wound Dressing
Urgotul is a sterile, non-stick, non-occlusive lipidocolloid dressing.
The bearing matrix is made of a polyester mesh impregnated with hydrocolloid (carboxymethylcellulose) and vaseline particles.
patented lipidocolloid technology (TLC)
Urgotul is indicated for the local treatment of superficial wounds (burns, dermabrasions, traumatic wounds, etc); chronic wounds (leg ulcers, pressure ulcers, diabetic foot ulcers, etc) in the granulation and epithelialization phase; or wounds from inherited epidermolysis bullosa.
When the hydrocolloid particles combine with wound secretions, they liquefy and build a gel which, together with Urgotul's vaseline, forms a lipidocolloidal barrier. This moist environment helps the wound heal.
By virtue of its construction, Urgotul does not stick to the wound and the wound's periphery. The dressing can be changed painlessly without interrupting the healing process.
Special wound dressing
The dressing is very flexible and therefore especially suited for treating difficult locations. Urgotul requires being covered with a secondary bandage; for example, with a sterile compress that can be fixed in place with an elastic bandage, a large-area, stretchable adhesive plaster or with a tube bandage.
Base material is a TLC matrix of polyester fibers. Impregnated with hydrocolloid (carboxymethylcellulose) and vaseline.
Typically used for dermabrasions, traumatic wounds, chronic wounds (leg ulcers, pressure ulcers) in the granulation and epithelialization stages, and for burns. Urgotul® requires a secondary bandage covering; for example, with a sterile compress that is fixed in place with an elastic bandage, a large-area, stretch adhesive pad or with a tube bandage.
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