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Silver Shoe Cover Dispenser

Silver Shoe Cover Dispenser

9500 INR (Approx.)

BIO-X

3 Ply Black  Cotton Face Mask

3 Ply Black Cotton Face Mask

75 INR (Approx.)

KIYAAN CORPORATION

Finger Cots

Finger Cots

150 INR (Approx.)

VICTOR IMPORTS

White Abdominal Sponges Mopping Pads

White Abdominal Sponges Mopping Pads

AGELN SURGICAL AND HEALTHCARE PRIVATE LIMITED

Finger Cots

Price: 150 INR (Approx.)/Box

MOQ - 100 Box/Boxes

13 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Distributor

VICTOR IMPORTS

Mumbai
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White Abdominal Sponges Mopping Pads

Price Trend: 8.00 - 30.00 INR (Approx.)/Piece

MOQ - 100 Piece/Pieces

Equipment Type - Abdominal Sponges Mopping Pads

Material - Cotton

Condition - New

3 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Exporter

AGELN SURGICAL AND HEALTHCARE PRIVATE LIMITED

Mumbai
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Surgical Tape Transparent Waterproof: Yes

Price Trend: 100-10000 INR (Approx.)/Unit

MOQ - 10 Unit/Units

Dressing Type - Medical Tape

Disposable Type - Other

Material - Other

9 Years

Response Rate: 75.71%

Business Type: Supplier | Exporter

VEA IMPEX (I) PRIVATE LIMITED

Mumbai
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Verified Exporter
( Accepts only Foreign Inquiry)

Surgical Cap

11 Years

Response Rate: 96.72%

Business Type: Manufacturer | Distributor

BURHANI ENTERPRISE

Mumbai
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Made in India

100% Cotton Super Absorbent Underpad

Price Trend: 125.00 - 175.00 INR (Approx.)/Pack

MOQ - 1050 Pack/Packs

Material - 100% Cotton

Style - Non Woven

Cuff - No

7 Years

Response Rate: 76.00%

Business Type: Manufacturer | Distributor

JIYA SURGICHEM PVT. LTD.

Ahmedabad
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Made in India

Cotton Crepe Bandage

5 Years

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M/S WONDER PRODUCTS CO

Mumbai
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Available In Different Of Colors Esmarch Bandages & Tourniquet

Price Trend: 60.00 - 300.00 INR (Approx.)/Number

MOQ - 10 Number

Category - Other

Shape - Rectangle

Color - Available in different of colors

18 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Supplier

SOFTEX INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS PVT. LTD.

Kolkata
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Made in India

Medical Sterilization Rolls

Price: 5000 INR (Approx.)/Box

MOQ - 5 Box/Boxes

21 Years

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QED KARES PACKERS PVT. LTD.

Ghaziabad
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Made in India

Square Blue Color Surgical Mask

Price: 1.20 INR (Approx.)/Piece

MOQ - 50000 Piece/Pieces

Dressing Type - Other

Disposable Type - Other

Material - Other

4 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Distributor

ELECTROTECH

Jalpaiguri
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Made in India

White Kiwi Omni Cup Vacuum Delivery System

Price: 3800 INR (Approx.)/Piece

MOQ - 5 Piece/Pieces

Color - White

Dressing Type - Other, Kiwi Omni Cup Vacuum Delivery System

Material - Plastic

3 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Distributor

FUTURE MEDISURGICO

Ahmedabad
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Elastic medical bandages and fabrics

Price: 5000 INR (Approx.)/Meter

MOQ - 1000 Meter/Meters

4 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Supplier

LABH PROJECTS PVT. LTD.

Ahmedabad

Verified Exporter
( Accepts only Foreign Inquiry)

Made in India

Levocetirizine And Montelukast Tablets

16 Years

Response Rate: 75.36%

Business Type: Manufacturer | Exporter

SCHWITZ BIOTECH

Ahmedabad
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Verified Exporter
( Accepts only Foreign Inquiry)

Made in India

Multicolor Medical Apron

11 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Exporter

WOVEN FABRIC COMPANY

Mumbai
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Made in India

White Clear Spot Bandage

Price: 200 per piece INR (Approx.)/Pack

MOQ - 100 Pack/Packs

Style - Non Woven

Sterilized - Yes

Shape - Circle

13 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Distributor

BIO-X

Mumbai
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White Close Wound Drainage Set

MOQ - 1000 Piece/Pieces

Dressing Type - Other

Disposable Type - Other

Disposable - Yes

10 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Distributor

SALVAVIDAS PHARMACEUTICAL PVT. LTD.

Surat
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Verified Exporter
( Accepts only Foreign Inquiry)

Made in India

Alcohol Swab

Price: 40 INR (Approx.)/Box

MOQ - 50 Box/Boxes

Material - Other, Non Woven

6 Years

Response Rate: 71.64%

Business Type: Manufacturer | Trading Company

FUSION BIOTECH

Delhi
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Levamisole Hydrochloride Powder

Price: 80 USD ($) (Approx.)/Kilograms

MOQ - 10kg Kilograms/Kilograms

5 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Supplier

GUANGZHOU TENGYUE CHEMICAL CO., LTD.

Guangzhou

Made in India

Black Rubber Finger Cots

Price: 465 INR (Approx.)/Pack

MOQ - 50 Pack/Packs

7 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Trading Company

AROINDIA ELECTROMECH PVT. LTD.

New Delhi
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Made in India

Accusure Fetal Doppler Waterproof: No

Price: 7500 INR (Approx.)/Piece

MOQ - 50 Piece/Pieces

Waterproof - No

2 Years

Business Type: Distributor | Supplier

PHP Lifesciences LLP

Ahmedabad
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Made in India

Blue Hospital Head Cap With Face Mask

Price Trend: 2.00 - 2.50 INR (Approx.)/Piece

MOQ - 10000 Piece/Pieces

Waterproof - No

Color - Blue

Grade - Hospital

16 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Supplier

BELLCROSS INDUSTRIES PVT. LTD.

Mumbai
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100% Natural Latex Finger Cots

Disposable Type - Gloves

Material - Other, Latex

Disposable - Yes

4 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Supplier

JIANGSU TIANSHUO MEDICAL PRODUCTS CO., LTD.

Suqian
TrustedSeller

Made in India

Plastic Urine Bag Grade: Medical

MOQ - 30000 Piece/Pieces

Material - Plastic

Style - Woven

Disposable - Yes

2 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Exporter

HUTCH SURGICAL

Ahmedabad
TrustedSeller

Made in India

Material Feeding Machine for Blow Room (For Cotton Synthetic and Surgical Cotton Processing)

Price: 450000.00 INR (Approx.)/Bale

MOQ - 1 Bale

5 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Exporter

AMARNAATHH ENGINEERING

Coimbatore

Blue Non-Woven Disposable Mask Pads With 2 Free Masks

Price: 0.16 USD ($) (Approx.)/Piece

MOQ - 1000 Piece/Pieces

Dressing Type - Medical Tape

Disposable Type - Face Mask

Material - 100% Cotton

13 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Supplier

SHANGHAI VICO INDUSTRIAL CO., LTD

Shanghai
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Made in India

Skin Stapler

Price: 200 INR (Approx.)/Piece

MOQ - 100 Piece/Pieces

10 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Distributor

HEMANT SURGICAL INDUSTRIES LTD.

Mumbai
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White Ipa Multipurpose Cleaning Sanitizing Disinfecting Isopropyl Swabs 3X6Cm

Price Trend: 0.70 - 0.80 INR (Approx.)/Piece

MOQ - 50000 Piece/Pieces

Dressing Type - Other

Disposable Type - Other

Material - Other

7 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Supplier

JAINAM INVAMED PVT. LTD.

Vasai
TrustedSeller

Made in India

Urine Collection Bags

Price Trend: 100.00 - 1000.00 INR (Approx.)/Piece

MOQ - 1000 Piece/Pieces

11 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Exporter

APEX MEDICAL DEVICES

Ahmedabad
TrustedSeller

Made in India

Radiation Protection Surgical Apron

8 Years

Business Type: Manufacturer | Distributor

TRIVITRON HEALTHCARE PVT. LTD.

Chennai
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Surgical Dressings & Disposable Manufacturers | Suppliers in India

Company NameLocationMember Since
Qed Kares Packers Pvt. Ltd.Ghaziabad, India21 Years
Softex Industrial Products Pvt. Ltd.Kolkata, India18 Years
Schwitz BiotechAhmedabad, India16 Years
Bellcross Industries Pvt. Ltd.Mumbai, India16 Years
Victor ImportsMumbai, India13 Years
Bio-XMumbai, India13 Years
Shanghai Vico Industrial Co., LtdShanghai, China13 Years
Burhani EnterpriseMumbai, India11 Years
Woven Fabric CompanyMumbai, India11 Years
Apex Medical DevicesAhmedabad, India11 Years

Surgical Dressing And Disposable: Raw Material
 

For many medical procedures, gauze has replaced other dressings. It's cheap, widely available, very breathable, absorbent, and won't block blood flow. You can use gauze as either a primary or secondary dressing, and it comes in both woven and nonwoven varieties.

Gauze, lint, plasters, bandages (both natural and synthetic), and cotton wool are examples of dry, conventional wound dressing items used as either primary or secondary dressings to prevent contamination of a wound.

In order to avoid creating a tourniquet, gauze should be applied in a specific manner. Premature closure can be avoided, and exudates can be wiped away, with the use of packing strips. Large, oddly shaped, or infected wounds are all candidates for treatment with gauze. Avoid using gauze dressings that change from wet to dry. It is important to keep a wound wet so that healthy tissue is not damaged when a dressing is removed. Although wet-to-dry dressings are helpful for mechanical debridement, reinjuring a wound when removing dried-out gauze can be painful and slow healing. Granuloma development due to gauze residue has also been reported.

Applications of Surgical Dressings & Disposable

The primary objective is to prevent the wound from becoming infected by bacteria. They serve as a secondary dressing as well. Gauze fabric can be woven or produced from non-woven cotton, rayon, or polyester fibers.

Here are some of the many applications for surgical dressings and disposables:

  • Keep the wound from getting dirty or wet.
  • Keep any dirt or bodily fluids away from the wound.
  • The wounded bodily part should be immobilized.
  • Accelerate the process of healing wounds
  • Promote moist wound healing by providing the appropriate atmosphere. Desiccation is a primary contributor to slow wound healing and increased scarring. 
  • The conditions for autolysis cell migration, granulation, and re-epithelialization are optimized by dressings that inhibit desiccation.
  • Allow evaporation or absorption to take place instead of maceration. Tissue regeneration is hampered and the environment is ideal for microbial growth in highly exudative wounds due to the presence of abundant moisture and autolytic enzymes.
  • Increase blood clotting.
  • Keeping the injury from getting worse is priority (mechanical damage, dehydration, maceration, chemical damage, microbial invasion, alteration in pH).
  • Minimize heat loss.
  • Minimize the spread of microbes (by incorporation of antimicrobial drugs).
  • Encourage autolysis.
  • Facilitate recovery.
  • Facilitate hemostasis and minimize swelling by applying compression.
  • Lend a helping hand.
  • Ease suffering, make the injured person more at ease, and enable them to put their wound to good use, all while decreasing pain levels.
  • Lessen the smell
  • Restore the wound's aesthetics.
  • Lower the total expense of wound care.

Historically, wounds have been treated using Surgical Dressings & Disposable, which have served to disinfect, cover, and shield the wound from contamination. Wound dressings functions are to keep the wound moist, drain away excess exudate, prevent maceration, keep the wound free from infection, and allow for proper gas exchange. Traditional and contemporary dressings can be distinguished by their ability to operate as drug delivery systems.

However, lyophilized wafers, made by freeze-drying polymer solutions and gels, have been developed for the treatment of oozing wound surfaces. Since lyophilized wafers can integrate both soluble and insoluble antibacterial compounds while maintaining a moist environment, they present an intriguing prospective delivery route for pharmacological drugs into wound surfaces.

The Procedure of Surgical Dressings & Disposable

1. Removing the Old Dressing

To take off your bandage, do as follows:

  • Make sure to use soap and warm water to properly wash your hands before and after each time you change clothes.
  • Get some disposable gloves and slip them on.
  • Take off the tape very slowly.
  • Take off the old bandage. Wet it with warm water if it's stuck to your skin, and it should come off.
  • Take the packing tape or gauze pads out of your wound.
  • Pack the used dressing, the packing peanuts, and your gloves into a trash bag.
  • Don't worry about the bag for now.
     

2. Cleaning Your Wound

To disinfect your cut, do as follows:

  • Change into a clean pair of disposable gloves.
  • In order to properly clean your wound, I’d recommend using warm water and mild soap on a clean, soft washcloth. As long as you keep the wound clean, you shouldn't have too much bleeding. It's fine if there's a tiny bit of blood.
  • Purge the cut with water. Apply gentle pressure with a fresh towel to dry it. To avoid further irritation, avoid rubbing it dry. The shower can be used to clean the wound in some circumstances.
  • Be on the lookout for signs of infection, such as a foul odor or worsening redness and swelling around the area.
  • Examine the wound's discharge for color and quantity. Drainage that has become darker or thicker should be investigated.
  • When you're done disinfecting the wound, take off your gloves and toss them in the trash along with the used dressing.
  • Rewash your hands.
     

3. Changing Your Dressing

To apply a new dressing, do as follows:

  • Change into a clean pair of disposable gloves.
  • Put some salt water in a nice basin. Make use of the bowl to store your gauze pads and packing tape.
  • To stop the dripping, squeeze the gauze pads or packing tape containing the saline.
  • To treat a wound, insert the gauze pads or tape. Fix the hole and the voids under the skin.
  • Put a big, dry dressing pad over the damp gauze or tape. Wrap this dressing with tape or roll up some gauze to keep it in place.
  • Throw away any unused materials in a plastic bag. Put it in another plastic bag and make sure it's sealed before putting it away. The item should be discarded.
  • When you're done, wash your hands again.
     

The Benefits of Using Surgical Dressings & Disposable

Hydrogels are insoluble and hydrophilic compounds created from synthetic polymers with a high water content (70–90%) that aid granulation tissues or epithelium in a moist environment. It also has a calming and cooling effect since it lowers the warmth of cutaneous sores. Necrotic wounds, Pressure ulcers, burn wounds, and Dry chronic wounds may all benefit from these.

For a variety of reasons, nonwovens make for great wound dressings:

  • Antimicrobial protection from nonwoven wound dressing
  • Air quality is improved by nonwoven materials more so than by linen.
  • Wound dressings made of nonwoven materials are flexible and easy to modify to meet individual patient needs.

Foam dressings have the ability to absorb fluid, keep the wound wet, and provide protection. You should only use them on wounds that have a substantial quantity of exudate, and not on dry wounds. If they dry out, they can be very unpleasant to remove.

Hydrocolloid dressings consist of gel-forming ingredients such carboxymethylcellulose, gelatin, and pectin, along with additional agents like elastomers and adhesives. These dressings are recommended for use on children since they prevent skin from drying out and may be removed without causing any discomfort. Avoid using them on dry or infected wounds; they are designed for minor scrapes and abrasions only.

Paper adhesive tape is great for minor wounds because it only needs to reach the wound edges. Big exudates from wounds will make the tape useless.

Conclusion

If you don't take any precautions with a wound, bacteria will quickly colonize it. It has been found that traditional absorbent cellulose dressings provide only minimal protection against germs, especially in the presence of serous exudate that can weaken the dressing.

Additionally, particles may be shed from the dressing and remain in the wound. The use of contemporary dressings, on the other hand, has been shown to optimize re-epithelialization rates and decrease the incidence of wound sepsis because they are bacteria-proof and may be removed entirely. It was recently discovered that they might potentially be useful in avoiding infection. Removal of traditional cellulosic dressings from wounds that have been infested by germs releases the bacteria into the air, and their numbers drop slowly. Hydrocolloid dressing used on experimentally colonized wounds in an in vitro wound model greatly reduced the quantity of airborne bacteria.

FAQs: Surgical Dressing And Disposable


Q. How long should surgical dressing stay on?

Ans. Regardless of the degree of contamination of wounds or other circumstances, such as the administration of antibiotics, wound dressings are often retained in place for at least 48 hours after surgery.

Q. What are the types of surgical dressing?

Ans. Primary/Secondary wound Dressings, adhesive tapes, bandages, absorbents, protectives and secondary dressings are the basic types of surgical dressings.

Q. What are the 3 types of dressing?

Ans. The most common dressing types are Bandages, adhesive tapes, and wound dressings. The wound receives direct contact from a primary dressing. Absorbent capacity may be provided, as well as protection against drying out, infection, and secondary dressing adherence.

Q. Where can we buy surgical dressings & disposable online?

Ans. If someone is looking for online surgical dressing and disposable kit, I’d recommend flipkart, indiamart, and Amazon because they have a lot of high quality and well manufactured surgical dressing and disposable kit for emergency use. You don’t have to worry about the price as the products price is affordable.


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