Impregnated Dressings Protection Status

Impregnated wound dressings are gauzes and non-woven sponges, ropes, or strips saturated with a solution, an emulsion, oil, or some other agent or compound. These agents most commonly include saline, oil, zinc salts, petrolatum, 3% bismuth tribromophenate, or scarlet red. Indications vary based on the compound. They are non-adherent and require a secondary dressing. Always use according to manufacturer's recommendations.

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