Journal articlesPreventing skin-stripping and blistering using a non-adherent perforated ethylene methyl acrylate ἀlm dressing: a case study evaluation

Preventing skin-stripping and blistering using a non-adherent perforated ethylene methyl acrylate ἀlm dressing: a case study evaluation

16/09/14 | Articles, Products, Surgical wounds | Franck Duteille

This series of five case studies focuses on maintaining the integrity of the peri-wound skin in a variety of post-operative incisions. To prevent skin-stripping and blistering, TIELLE® Lite was used as primary dressing. In each case, TIELLE Lite’s non-adherent wound interface and ability to wick fluid from the wound surface was successful in preventing trauma to the skin around the incision sites.