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  1. Biatain® Adhesive Foam Dressings

    Biatain® Adhesive Foam Dressings

    Starting at: CA$70.99

    Superior absorption with soft adhesion for general purposes Biatain Adhesive is a soft, flexible and absorbent foam dressing with gentle silicone adhesive. It can be used on a broad range of exuding wounds making Biatain the obvious choice for moist wound healing of commonly occurring wounds. Learn More
  2. Comfeel Plus Transparent Dressings

    Comfeel Plus Transparent Dressings

    Starting at: CA$56.99

    Comfeel® Plus Dressings can be used for treatment of no-to-low exuding chronic wounds and superficial acute wounds in the final stages of wound healing. May be used for superficial burns, superficial partial-thickness burns, donor sites, postoperative wounds and skin abrasions. The dressing can stay on the wound for up to 7 days depending on the specific wound characteristics. Comfeel® Plus hydrocolloid dressing is the thin and flexible solution for sealing and healing no-to-low exuding wounds. Learn More
  3. Comfeel Plus Transparent Dressings

    Comfeel Plus Transparent Dressings

    Starting at: CA$56.99

    Comfeel® Plus Transparent can be used for treatment of no-to-low exuding chronic wounds and superficial acute wounds in the final stages of wound healing. Comfeel® Plus Transparent may be used for superficial burns, superficial partial-thickness burns, donor sites, postoperative wounds and skin abrasions. The dressing can stay on the wound for up to 7 days depending on the specific wound characteristics. Comfeel® Plus Transparent hydrocolloid dressing is the thin and flexible solution for sealing and healing no-to-low exuding wounds. Learn More

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