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A wet-to-dry wound dressing

Summary Information: A wet-to-dry wound dressing

A wet-to-dry wound dressing: A wet-to-dry wound dressing is a layer of saline-soaked gauze, petroleum jelly, and dry gauze to provide a moist healing environment for a wound and protect it from dirt and bacteria.

Diseases Related To Medical Device: A wet-to-dry wound dressing

These diseases are related to the medical device A wet-to-dry wound dressing:

  • Slow healing wound
  • Open wound
  • Skin abrasion
  • Surgical incision
  • Pressure sore (bed sore)
  • Burn

Other Names For A wet-to-dry wound dressing

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