3M Tegaderm HP Foam Adhesive dressing: A case report series

D. Gray, P. Cooper, F. Russell, S. Stringfellow

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    Bianchi et al. (2011) suggested that foam dressings appear to have similar clinical outcomes, indicating that clinicians make decisions to choose one particular dressing over another for a variety of reasons, such as wear time and specific user features. This paper describes a case report series that observed the performance of an adhesive foam dressing to absorb wound exudate, promote healing, remain in situ and avoid skin stripping on removal.
    Original languageEnglish
    Pages (from-to)60-66
    Number of pages7
    JournalWounds UK
    Issue number3
    Publication statusPublished (VoR) - Sept 2011


    • Exudate management
    • Periwound trauma
    • Skin-stripping
    • Tegaderm�?� HP Foam Adhesive
    • Wound healing
    • article
    • clinical article
    • clinical practice
    • foam dressing
    • human
    • outcome assessment
    • patient referral
    • physician
    • wound
    • wound fluid
    • wound healing


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