Jelonet Dressing: A Non-Medicated Dressing

A moist healing environment is necessary for quick healing of any wound. There are different wound dressings available in the market, which are designed specifically for light to moderate-to heavily exuding wounds. Various light to moderate wounds such as minor burns, abrasions, etc. can be healed really quickly with Jenolet Dressings. These dressings are not medicated and are safe to use with topical antiseptic or antibiotic.

What is Jelonet Dressing?

Jelonet dressing is an unmedicated soft paraffin gauze dressing, which is designed from open weave gauze that reduces fraying when cut to a desired shape. It is low-adherent, latex-free, and soothing dressing that lets the wound exudate freely drain into an absorbent secondary dressing.

Benefits of Jenolet Dressing

  • Allows for free movement of wound exudate
  • Heals light to moderately exuding wounds
  • Maintains moist wound bed
  • Safe to use with any topical antibiotic and antiseptic
  • Can be cut to any shape; no fraying

Where to use Jenolet Dressing:

  • Minor burns and scalds
  • Donor and recipient graft sites
  • Skin loss wounds
  • Lacerations and abrasions
  • Leg ulcers

Where not to use Jenolet Dressing?

When used on heavily exuding wounds, there is a risk of tissue maceration due to its semi-occlusive nature. It may prevent the free passage of wound exudate to the secondary dressing

Precautions before using Jenolet Dressing

  • Change the dressing daily or frequently, depending on the wound condition
  • Consult your doctor before using it for leg ulcers
  • Immediately consult your doctor in case of redness and discomfort
  • Jenolet dressings are not absorbent, therefore use a secondary dressing

Wound care offers a wide range of bandages and dressings for any wounds. Dont forget to check the online portal- to give yourself an immediate medical attention.

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