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Petrolatum Impregnated Dressings, 3" x 36 yds - 72/case

$79.87
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    Petrolatum impregnated dressings are designed to provide non-adherent packing for full-thickness wounds, providing a moist environment, conducive to wound healing. They are made of fine, soft, conformable gauze impregnated with white petrolatum. Being non-adherent, removal of these dressings causes minimal trauma to the wound bed and patient. Used for management of full-thickness chronic wounds such as pressure ulcers (stages II-IV), tunneling wounds and non-infected wounds. The "overwrap" version of these dressings provides an additional layer of sterility for use in environments such as operating rooms. Latex-free.

    • Designed to provide non-adherent packing for full-thickness wounds, providing a moist environment, conducive to wound healing.
    • Made of fine, soft, conformable gauze impregnated with white petrolatum.
    • Removal of these dressings causes minimal trauma to the wound bed and patient.
    • Used for management of full-thickness chronic wounds such as pressure ulcers.

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    Additional Info

    Model DKC20062
    Manufacturer Derma Sciences
    UOM (Unit of measurement) Case
    UOM to each 72
    HCPCS A6266

    Warranty

    • Standard manufacturer terms & conditions apply for warranty of this product.

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    Returns

    Return Policy:
    • All products with value at or under $25 are not returnable.
    • All returns are subject to a restocking fee. Call our customer service for details.
    • All returns must have an RGA number (Returned Goods Authorization Number) unauthorized returns will not be accepted.
    • All the products must be returned in new, unused condition, not tampered with, in original packaging and returned at the customer's expense in the original packaging.

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