Wound Dressing (10 pieces/box)
Wound Dressing (1 piece)
Wound Dressing (10 pieces/box)
Wound Dressing (1 piece)
*Packaging color may differ according to distribution region.

Wound Dressing

StayGuard™ Skin & Wound Care
A Wound Dressing is a material or device applied to a wound to promote healing, protect from contamination, and provide a conducive environment for recovery. Wound dressings are manufactured by AdvaCare Pharma.




What is a Wound Dressing?

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A Wound Dressing is a material applied to a wound to promote healing, protect from contamination, and provide a conducive environment for recovery. Wound dressings are available in different shapes and sizes to ensure proper coverage. Functions range from covering small cuts to protecting complex surgical incisions.

Some dressings are designed to absorb excess wound exudate, helping to maintain a moist wound environment that supports optimal healing. Others may have antimicrobial properties to help reduce the risk of infection.

AdvaCare Pharma is a trusted source of Wound Dressings. Our products are manufactured to the highest quality and safety standards, and we are committed to providing our customers with the best possible products and services. Our production facilities are ISO and CE certified, and we adhere to all applicable healthcare and regulatory guidelines. Regular inspections are conducted to ensure the consistent availability of dependable medical supplies.

Product Specifications


Wound dressing is a white, sterile bandage available in various shapes to cater to different types of injuries.

Square-shaped bandages are ideal for short cuts or injuries, while rectangular-shaped bandages are suited for longer cuts. Long-shaped bandages are specifically designed for wounds on the fingers, and round-shaped bandages are tailored for areas like the knees or eyes that require a specialized shape for proper coverage and protection.

These features ensure that the wound dressing provides the right fit and coverage for effective wound management.

Why are we a leading Wound Dressing manufacturer?

With a track record of over 20 years, AdvaCare Pharma is an esteemed exporter and manufacturer of Wound Dressings and other high-quality medical supplies. We have established strong alliances with distributors, hospitals, NGOs, and pharmacies in 65 markets, affirming our dedication and reliability.

At AdvaCare Pharma, our utmost priority is to manufacture wound dressings, and other medical devices for wound treatment, that is cost-effective and quality-assured with CE and ISO certifications. Through our comprehensive StayGuard™ line of skin and wound care products, we aim to address the evolving demands of global communities and contribute to their well-being.


How should a Wound Dressing be used?

To properly use a wound dressing, first wash hands thoroughly with soap and water or use gloves to maintain a sterile environment. Carefully remove the old dressing, taking care not to disturb any healing tissue or remove scabs. Cleanse the wound gently with a sterile saline solution or as directed by the healthcare professional.

Once the wound is clean and dry, apply an appropriate wound dressing, ensuring it covers the entire wound area and extends slightly beyond the edges. Secure the dressing in place using medical tape or an adhesive strip Finally, dispose of any used dressings and wash hands again.

What precautions should be considered when using a Wound Dressing?

Follow the healthcare professional's instructions regarding the type of dressing, frequency of changes, and any additional care needed for the specific wound.


How often should a Wound Dressing be changed?

It is recommended to change the dressing regularly, usually every 1-3 days or as instructed by your healthcare provider, to ensure proper wound care and prevent infection.

What should be done if the Wound Dressing becomes soaked with blood or fluid?

If the dressing becomes saturated, it may need to be changed earlier than scheduled. Apply gentle pressure to the wound with a clean cloth or gauze to control any bleeding, and seek medical attention if necessary.

Can ointments or creams be applied under the Wound Dressing?

The use of ointments or creams under the dressing depends on the specific wound and the recommendation of your healthcare provider. Some wounds may benefit from the application of certain topical medications, while others may require a different approach. It is best to consult with a physician for guidance.

Is it possible to be allergic to a Wound Dressing?

Although rare, some people may have an allergic reaction to certain materials used in wound dressings. If any itchiness, a rash, or increased redness is observed around the wound after applying the dressing, remove it and contact a healthcare professional.

*Regulatory compliance may vary according to production standard, import requirements and/or manufacturing origin.

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