Abdominal Pads for Wound Care

First aid is a big deal and can make a big difference in a patients overall quality of care. One of the biggest issues in first aid is wound management, and having Curity Abdominal Pads on hand can really make a difference when it comes to treating a wound care patient. The best thing about these abdominal pads is the fact that they are perfect not just for the abdomen but for other parts of the body. These pads are able to absorb bodily fluids and allow you to apply pressure to stop the bleeding thanks to their ultra-absorptive properties, making them the ideal choice in a variety of injury scenarios.

In addition to being incredibly multifunctional, Curity Abdominal Pads also allow for multiple applications in the event of heavy bleeding. This is a much better option in some cases then having to hastily tie on a makeshift tourniquet. Additionally these abdominal pads are also built for comfort so that the patient doesn’t have to deal with the annoyance of an abrasive material in addition to the pain of their wounds. The pads are also sealed on all four edges to prevent lint residue and leaking which is important in regards to preventing possible contamination issues.

Curity knows that having access to sterile supplies is best in most cases and offer their abdominal pads in both sterile and non-sterile packaging depending on your immediate needs. This is important because it always pays to take into account the fact that open wounds can become easily infected if you’re not careful. The packaging is also designed to be easy to open, allowing you easy access when you need it. In addition to this a blue stripe indicates which side is supposed to face up so that you always apply the pad properly, even during an emergency situation when you may not be entirely calm about the situation. By making the product easy to use Curity seeks to ensure that the patient receives the best care possible under any circumstances.

These abdominal pads can be purchased in many places, both locally and online. If you have the time to wait a few days for delivery, then the best value is typically purchasing from an online supplier who has lower prices. If you don’t have the time to wait, many local stores, especially those carrying medical supplies (i.e. DME stores) can help you find these products quickly. Just make sure you do your homework, and find the best possible supplier who delivers the maximum service and quality for what you are spending.