is an absorbent wound dressing that is made of an active carbon fiber. This bandage is excellent both in providing first aid to acute injuries, stopping bleeding, relieving pain, and preventing injury wounds, as well as treating chronic wounds – sores, varicose ulcers, diabetic ulcers and defects, decubital ulcers, burns, impetigo of traumatic changes, infected surgical wounds , secreting infected wounds, exacerbating tumor defects, abscess wounds, and other problems. It is ideal for the treatment of bed sores and skin problems associated with diabetes, such as trophic wounds or non-healing wounds and chronic wounds.
This material helps prevent infections, treat infections, reduce wound healing costs, and promote faster wound healing.
What is Tecasorb?
Tecasorb is absorbent, porous and permeable, suitable for the absorption of organic matter, microorganisms, toxins and unpleasant odor.
This bandage is a two-layer coating. The topsheet is a nonwoven white fabric made from a blend of viscous and polypropylene fiber forming an inactivated black absorbent composition. Absorbent is an elastic fabric with a macroscopic smooth surface made from heat-treated hydracellulose fiber.
This product is part of a new generation of wound care technologies and materials. Bandages and wound dressing has been perhaps the oldest and most obvious part of wound healing.
What is Tecasorb used for?
This is a wound dressing with many applications. It is currently used throughout Europe and the Middle East, in hospitals, clinics, in sports and outdoor activities, at military units. Product benefits include:
• Effective treatment of wound infections
• Helps prevent secondary infections
• Shorters treatment cycles
• Lowers treatment costs
• High absorption capacity
• Improved relief of pain
• Actively traps microorganisms
• Actively detects chemical agents
• Optimizes the healing environment for both wet and dry wounds
• It is non-toxic
• It is non-allergic
• Low adhesion to the wound
• Convenience for overpasses
• Facilitates free flow of liquids and vapors
• Highly adaptable
How is Tecasorb used?
Tecasorb is easy to use. Supports faster healing. It is durable and has absorption properties that last. For highly infected defects, the dressing should be changed every 6-12 hours at the beginning. Upon improvement, the optimal Tecasorb application time is 24-72 hours. Periods between bandage changes may vary widely depending on the treatment plan for individuals, but generally, treatment cycles are shortened.
All the necessary CE Certificates are issued on the Tecasorb product.