Cutimed Cavity Dressings

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Cutimed Cavity Dressings
Cutimed Cavity Dressings are designed for deep wounds with moderate to heavy exudate levels such as pressure ulcers, wounds after excision of fistulae and abscesses and deep wound areas e.g. in venous leg ulcers, diabetic foot ulcers, traumataic wounds and post-operative dehisced wounds.
Cutimed Cavity Dressings are sterile foam dressings made from hydrophillic, absorbent micro-porous polyurethane foam. They are soft, highly absorbent and conformable, creating the ideal environment for moist wound healing. The non-adhesive, atraumatic dressings can be cut to fit the wound and are easy to remove.
Supplied By Medical Dressings Ltd a registered Medicines and Health Regulatory Agency (MHRA) wholesaler. We only supply top quality products that are used by many healthcare professionals and the NHS.
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