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Synonyms for dressing

Synonyms for dressing

a mixture of seasoned ingredients used to stuff meats and vegetables

making fertile as by applying fertilizer or manure

processes in the conversion of rough hides into leather

Related Words

the activity of getting dressed

the act of applying a bandage

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Foam dressing was the most successful in ConvaTec's history because no one else provides the comfort of a foam dressing with the properties of Hydrofiber[sup.
3M Health Care also offers 3M[TM] Foam Dressings (non-adhesive) in several shapes and sizes, and 3MTM Foam Adhesive Dressings, which are designed to perform under both dry and moist skin conditions, and are available in oval and square shapes.
What makes this system unique is the use of specialized foam dressings and the application of controlled vacuum pressure to the wound; it's a simple but powerful concept.
Poster Presentation (#CS-022): Pressure Ulcer Prevention: Use of Prophylactic Multilayer Adhesive Foam Dressings in Intensive Care Unit
XuSorb Foam is a non-adhesive Microcyn-compatible foam dressing that delivers superior fluid handling while providing a barrier to contamination.
In conjunction with the ITI Wound Treatment System, the SensiSkin Drape securely adheres foam dressing to surrounding skin, ensuring a reliable vacuum pressure for optimal wound healing.
A patent licensed to Kinetic Concepts relating to the use of foam dressing kits with negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT) systems has been ruled invalid.
Jorgen Kruuse Unveils KRUUSE Foam Dressing and KRUUSE HydroGel II-42
These product technology enhancements among others make it an ideal material to consider for foam dressing applications for long-term advanced wound care.
The temporary injunction, which was issued in June 2009, prohibited Smith & Nephew from selling foam dressing kits for negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT) in Australia.
Using a preclinical porcine wound model, investigators also found that there is greater in-growth of tissue into foam dressing and that more force is required to remove foam from the wound bed which may explain patient pain and discomfort.
Using serum solutions to simulate normal and viscous "sloughy" wound exudate alongside the standard saline solution test, researchers compared the MVTR of a foam dressing to Versiva(R) XC(TM) "gelling foam" dressing.
In May 2015, ConvaTec expands portfolio of AQUACEL Foam dressings, this expansion includes range of advanced rectangular dimensions and more anatomical wound care applications.
The investment will bring a new product manufacturing line for the firm's Aquacel Foam dressings range to Wales.
The investment by ConvaTec, who specialise in the manufacture of wound care and ostomy products, at its Global Manufacturing Centre on Deeside, will bring a new manufacturing line for their innovative Aquacel Foam dressings range to Wales.