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Wound Care

Wound Care

Discover wound care management supplies that help to heal acute, critical, minor and chronic wounds. Diabetic wound healing is complex and can be fragile. Not caring for your wound properly can lead to non-healing or chronic wounds that will cause you more discomfort and perhaps even lead to amputation. This is why treating wounds properly and following your doctor’s regimen to help you recover faster is so crucial. When you need the right items for proper wound care, our inventory has all of the essentials needed to help with this important matter of personal health for those with diabetes. Browse our large selection of wound care products such as bandages, gauze, tapes, and pads with top name brands such as BD, Bard, and Smith and Nephew.

When shopping our selection of items, the diversity in options is intentional to ensure the right solution for your preferences and wound type. For instance, the bandages are available in both roll form for harder to dress wounds as well as traditional bandages with a sticky adhesive backing for more common cuts or scrapes. We also offer a diverse range of sizes when shopping for dressings for wound care. From a range of wraps to tapes which secure the wrap or gauze in place, our selection of wound care covers all the basics for your unique needs. We also feature a range of gels and creams, including wound cleanser, antifungal, moisturizers, and more, which are crucial to proper care for a variety of wounds. Our selection offers high-quality solutions from the most respected names in the industry to ensure total care of impeccable standards.

Care Tips

  • Always wash your hands before handling any wound. This will help cut down on the risk of infection.
  • Check wounds daily. A wound for a diabetic can quickly turn into an issue if an infection starts to set in so make sure to check the wound regularly.
  • Consult your doctor. You should have a wound treatment plan with your doctor to ensure you use the right types of dressings and ointments and follow any suggested care instructions for management of the wound. If a wound doesn’t go away in the time frame suggested by your doctor, it is imperative to check back in and communicate this with your doctor.

We are committed to outstanding customer service and quality solutions delivered without hassle. If you have any questions while shopping our selections, please contact us for assistance. From insurance matters to shipping, we are happy to answer any and all questions to help you find the right solution.