Atrauman® is a non-medicated tulle dressing consisting of a water repellent polyester tulle impregnated with fatty acids and does not contain paraffin, it is conformable, non-adherent and permeable to wound exudate.It can be cut to size, applied to a variety of wounds and can be left in place for up to 7 days.
The Atrauman Dressings are a type of non-adherent wound dressing that is designed to be gentle on the skin while providing a moist wound environment to aid in the healing process. These dressings are made from a special polyester mesh that is coated with a soft layer of triglycerides.
The Atrauman Dressings are manufactured by Hartmann, a leading manufacturer of medical supplies and equipment.
The Atrauman Dressings are non-adherent dressings that are designed to be used on a variety of different types of wounds, including burns, surgical wounds, and ulcers.
The Atrauman Dressings are designed to be used on wounds that are exuding fluid. They can be used on both acute and chronic wounds, including first and second-degree burns, surgical wounds, pressure ulcers, and leg ulcers.
The Atrauman Dressings are made from a special polyester mesh that is coated with a soft layer of triglycerides. They do not contain any adhesives or other potentially irritating substances.
The Atrauman Dressings are designed to provide a moist wound environment that promotes healing while minimizing pain and discomfort. They are also non-adherent, which means that they will not stick to the wound bed and cause further damage or pain during dressing changes. Additionally, the dressings are highly absorbent, which helps to reduce the risk of maceration and infection.
The Atrauman Dressings are indicated for use on wounds that are exuding fluid, including first and second-degree burns, surgical wounds, pressure ulcers, and leg ulcers. They can also be used on dry wounds, provided that they are used in conjunction with a secondary dressing.
Directions for use:
The Atrauman Dressings should be used under the guidance of a healthcare professional. The dressing should be applied to the wound bed with the shiny side facing down. If necessary, a secondary dressing can be used to hold the Atrauman Dressing in place. The dressing should be changed as directed by the healthcare professional.
The Atrauman Dressings should be stored in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight. They should not be stored in an environment where they may be exposed to moisture or high temperatures.
The Atrauman Dressings are for external use only and should not be applied to the eyes. If the dressing comes into contact with the eyes or mucous membranes, it should be rinsed immediately with copious amounts of water. The dressings should not be used on wounds that are infected or have a heavy exudate. If there is any sign of infection or deterioration in the wound, the dressing should be changed immediately and the healthcare professional should be informed.
The expiry date of the Atrauman Dressings is printed on the packaging and should be checked before use.