Review of CATH DRESSING by Nurse Yanna - Managing Drainage Tubes at Home (PTBD, JP, PCN)

Review of CATH DRESSING by Nurse Yanna - Managing Drainage Tubes at Home (PTBD, JP, PCN)

"I work in an orthopedic ward, so there are many patients who have drainage tubes. In fact, most hemovac and JP bags are used in orthopedics. On the other hand, in internal medicine and urology patients, they have PTBD, PCN, etc. 

I had the chance to use CATH DRESSING and excited to share my review of it. Traditional Y-gauze dressing is known to work well as a dressing. However, the Y-gauze is made from cutting our own slits which may come loose and allow bacteria to enter the wound. So, I recommend to use a gauze or dressing that doesn't need cutting. 

After looking at CATH DRESSING, I can see that it can be applied to various wounds. In fact, I took the product to the hospital and after showing it to doctors and nurses, we thought it was a revolutionary product. I got a positive response saying this would be a great product to use. 

Let's take a look at the product. There are two different sizes, 7.5cm and 10cm. Since we are disinfecting the wound area, the individual sterilized packaging was very important.

Review of CATH DRESSING

When you first open the product, you will notice the hydrophilic polyurethane foam. This foam facilitates the absorption of any ooze and secretion. What surprised me was the strong adhesion! And it didn't irritate or make my skin blush. 

 

Review of CATH DRESSING

If you are discharged from the hospital and need to change your own dressing at home, I recommend CATH DRESSING. "

Review of CATH DRESSING

The expiration date is written on each product, so you can use it with confidence

 

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