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Jelonet Sterile Parafin Dressing

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Jelonet Sterile Parafin Dressing

A soft parafin dressing for light skin abrasions and burns

Featuring:

  • Soft paraffin base
  • Sterile leno weave presentation
  • Comprehensive size range


Benefits:

Soothes and protects the wound and allows free passage of viscous exudate 
JELONET is soothing and low-adherent and allows the wound to drain freely into an absorbent secondary dressing. 

Maintains shape, resists fraying 
JELONET is a sterile paraffin tulle gras dressing made from open weave gauze. The gauze has interlocking threads which minimise fraying when the dressing is cut to shape. 

Can be combined with topical medication of choice 
JELONET is not medicated and so is ideal for use with the topical antiseptic or antibiotic of choice.


Indications

  • Minor burns and scalds
  • Donor and recipient graft sites
  • Skin loss wounds, lacerations and abrasions
  • Leg ulcers
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