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Spotlight on: Hydrofera Blue® Ready

Spotlight on: Hydrofera Blue® Ready

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Hydrofera Blue Ready

Hydrofera Blue Ready is a new product carried by Advanced Tissue.

Hydrofera Blue® Ready is a relatively new foam-based wound dressing that helps a patient avoid infection of open wounds in a convenient manner. Hydrofera also works on a variety of wound types, including diabetic ulcers, post-surgical incision sites, large abrasions, burns and trauma wounds. Here are some of the main benefits:

Longevity: Hydrofera can be worn for an average of three to seven days before it needs to be changed, allowing the patient to worry less about the often involved process of updating a diabetic ulcer or open wound dressing.

Absorption: Hydrofera’s foam design allows it to keep infected wound tissue and exudate away from the wound bed, letting your body devote more resources to healing the wound rather than removing sources of infection.

Fights numerous types of infections: From yeast-based organisms to staph bacteria, Hydrofera’s antibacterial properties can help diminish any signs of infection in the wound as well as prevent future types during the wound’s healing process.

Easy to use: Hydrofera Blue® Ready is easy to use on even uneven wound beds. Clinicians or patients just need to clean the affected area, choose the correct size Hydrofera dressing, then secure it.

vIf you are interested in learning more about Hydrofera Blue® Ready, contact your clinician to see if it will work for you.

 

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