Wound Dressings

View as Grid List

Items 1-15 of 84

per page
Set Descending Direction
View as Grid List

Items 1-15 of 84

per page
Set Descending Direction

Buy wound dressings, wound care products, and medical supplies in bulk online from US Casehouse. Stock up on wound care supplies. Find the right wound dressing, including adhesive dressing, composite dressing, foam dressing, gauze dressing, Hydrocolloid dressing, Hydrogel dressing, I.V. and tracheostomy dressing, non-adherent dressing, petrolatum dressing, silver dressing, transparent dressing.

Adhesive Dressing

Shop for air permeable, self-adhesive and absorbent dressing designed especially for surgical wounds. Absorbent, low-adherent wound pad keeps wounds clean, reduces the risk of wound contamination, minimizes the risk of adherence to the wound and reduces dressing change frequency.

Soft, conformable and easy to apply. Water-based, solvent-free adhesive provides gentle fixation. Wound contact layer is low-adherent. Easy-to-remove protection paper allows for convenient and aseptic application. Fabric is conformable and flexible to allow body movement.

Composite Dressing

Buy Barrier Island Dressings, composite dressing, and other advanced wound care supplies online from US Casehouse. Stock up on primary or secondary bordered non-adherent gauze composite dressing with film backing that protects from outside contamination. Composite wound dressings provide an effective water barrier to permit patient showering/bathing. These wound dressings offer the convenience of an all-in-one dressing by combining an absorbent non-adherent central pad surrounded by a breathable adhesive border, in addition to a polyurethane film barrier. Sterile and single use.

Foam Dressing

Foam dressings are comfortable and efficient at absorbing large amounts of wound exudate while maintaining a moist wound environment. They provide a cushioning effect, making them ideal for bony prominences or areas with increased friction. Can be used as a primary or secondary dressing. Leave no residue in the wound when removed.

Gauze Dressing

Gauze dressing is used to protect the wound from bacterial contamination or as a secondary dressing. This type of wound dressing is made of woven cotton or non-woven rayon and polyester. Gauze wound dressing is able to absorb dischrage from wounds, but requires frequent changing. 

Hydrocolloid Dressing

Hydrocolloid wound dressing provides a moist and insulating healing environment to protect clean and uninfected wounds. Ideal for superficial wounds with low amounts of drainage (like some surgical wounds, abrasions, and minor burns). Hydrocolloid dressing acts as a scab over a wound to allow the body to retain healing fluids and protect the wound.

Hydrogel Dressing

Hydrogel dressing features superior exudate retention capacity. Excellent tensile strength enables dressing removal in one piece. High retention capacity to prevent leakage and maceration. Absorbs and retains exudates, blood, and bacteria. Highly absorbent, also under compression therapy. Soft and conformable which makes it easy to apply.

I.V. & Tracheostomy Dressings

IV dressings are used to secure catheters and IV cannula to the insertion point. These typically transparent dressings allow moisture and oxygen transmission while maintaining a slightly damp wound healing environment. The dressings are impermeable to bacteria, germs, and external contaminants. For dressing and securing IV device wounds.

Non-Adherent Dressings

Stock up on non-adherent dressing for open wounds with light to moderate exudate. The non-adherent properties of these dressings keep the fabric from sticking to the wound, even as the wound heals. This means no disruption of healing tissue and that there will be little to no pain during removal.

Petrolatum Dressings

Petrolatum dressing is absorbent and impregnated with petrolatum. It is moist, nonirritating, non-adherent, and sterile. Helps reduce pain and trauma during dressing changes.

Silver Dressings

Silver Dressings contain antimicrobial / ionic silver particles that help fight infection.

Transparent Dressings

Find Transparent Film Dressings for wound care. Sterile dressing is semi-permeable and water resistant. Intended to provide a moist environment for granulating or superficial wounds. Transparent film allows the site to be visually monitored. Intended for single-use applications.