In order to offer our users even more comfort, we have developed a new dispenser box from which you can remove sterile LIGASANO® products up to a maximum size of 10 x 10 cm more easily & hygienically.
NEW: LIGASANO® in the practical dispenser box
For quick access in treatment rooms, there is now a new dispenser box from which you can easily and hygienically remove sterile LIGASANO® products up to a maximum size of 10 x 10 cm.
First we are sending a dispenser box of our top seller LIGASANO® white sterile 10 x 10 x 1 cm to the market in the form of a 20-piece dispenser box.
The sterile wound dressing in the size 10 x 10 x 1 cm is now available in three practical packages:
|Art.-Nr.||Image||German PZN||Shipping unit||Size|
|15346-010||01912795||10 Stück - box||10 x 10 x 1 cm sterile|
|15346-020||16605538||20 Stück - dispenser||10 x 10 x 1 cm sterile
|15346-200||01340815||200 Stück - box||10 x 10 x 2 cm sterile|
LIGASANO® white can be used for all wound types and wound stages:
If the wound allows a discharge of secretion, it can be treated directly with LIGASANO® white without any pre-treatment.
Fill the wound completely with LIGASANO® white. Make sure that there is contact everywhere in the wound, including at the wound edges.
Any pockets will also be filled in. Then the wound is covered with another piece of LIGASANO® white, overlapping the wound edges by at least 1-2 cm.
A large plate of LIGASANO® white is placed on top to treat the wound environment.
The treatment with LIGASANO® white must also be at least 2 cm thick for flat wounds, measured from the wound bed.
For all other wounds, the dressing thickness must be correspondingly thicker. Rule of thumb: The larger the area of the surrounding wound treatment, the better the effect.
The fixation must always be open to air. Fixing panties, tubular bandages or preferably LIGAMED®Fix are well suited.
Dressing change intervals: 1x daily to 1x every three days, but at the latest when the first secretion point becomes visible on the outside of LIGASANO® white.
In the case of heavily weeping wounds during the cleaning phase, this can also occur several times a day.