We are pleased to bring you a diverse selection of Molnlycke wound care management products to help you take control of your health. With a range of areas covered, finding the right solution is easier than ever with our inventory. Even within each item type, you will find a range of options to meet your exact needs with ease and affordability. For example, when shopping for dressings, you will find foam options to help reduce bacteria, gauze dressings which are highly absorbent, and more. We also offer a range of sizes when shopping for the dependable quality and results Molnlycke products deliver. Whether looking for a smaller sized solution for a small wound or something bigger to deal with a more complex wound, we have you covered with our inventory of great options. We also offer options for those harder to treat areas such as heels, knees, and more to make sure you have total care where you need it most. Bets of all, many of these options allow for multiple day wear without impeding air flow which is also convenient. Whether looking for ointment, a support bandage, or a self-adhesive silicone dressing, our selection of Molnlycke solutions has you covered with all the essentials to help you properly manage a wound.
If you have any questions regarding these items, please contact us for assistance. Our staff is always happy to help in any way in your search for the right solution.
Frequently Asked Questions
Who manufactures Mepilex?
Molnlycke is the manufacturer of the Mepilex foam wound care dressings. Molnlycke is a world leading manufacturer of surgical and wound care products. They have representatives in over 100 countries worldwide.
How do you manage wound care?
Managing wound care is about concentrating on many other factors. You'll want to manage your other medical conditions, eat, and drink properly, and protect both the wound and your skin with wound care products.
What dressings for what wounds?
There are a variety of different dressings available. Non-adhesive dressings are good options for basic wounds, whereas foam and alginate dressings are absorbent and good for wounds that have a discharge. Finally, hydrogels may be beneficial in managing ulcers that contain dead tissue. Discuss the best option for your wound care needs with your physician.
Why is proper wound care important?
Proper wound care helps to prevent infections and other complications, while also helping to speed up the recovery process and reduce any potential scarring.