Odorous wounds

Odorous wounds

Dressings for odorous wounds

There may be many reasons why a wound will have a bad odour. This may be because of dead tissue is present in the wound and/or the wound may be infected. Odour from the wound is often a social problem for the patient.

Recommended products

Melgisorb AgExudation Level: Medium

When the risk of infection is high, Melgisorb Ag is the choice. It absorbs...

Mepilex AgExudation Level: Medium

Mepilex Ag is a foam dressing for medium-exuding chronic or acute wounds...

Mepilex Border AgExudation Level: High

An all-in-one antimicrobial foam dressing designed for medium to high-exuding...

Mepilex Border Sacrum AgExudation Level: High

An all-in-one antimicrobial foam dressing designed for medium-to-high exuding pressure...

Mepilex Heel AgExudation Level: Medium

Conforms well to the heel, preventing exudate from pooling and causing...

Mepilex Transfer AgExudation Level: High

A "multi-benefit" transfer dressing designed for low-to-high exuding wounds...

Product how-tos

How to use Mepilex Ag
How to use Mepilex Ag

Always clean the wound prior to applying a dressing. The dressing should...

How to use Mepilex Border Ag
How to use Mepilex Border Ag

Always clean the wound prior to applying a dressing. The dressing should...

How to use Mepilex Border Sacrum Ag
How to use Mepilex Border Sacrum Ag

Always clean the wound prior to applying a dressing. The dressing should...

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In vitro study: Correlation of silver release...

Study of the relationship between silver release and antimicrobial effect...