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Wound dressing, bariatric

Flex Wound Care

August 28, 2009 1:01 pm | Smith & Nephew | Product Releases | Comments

Smith & Nephew Inc (NYSE: SNN) (LSE: SN) Advanced Wound Management division, announces the U.S. launch of ACTICOAT™ Flex 3 and ACTICOAT™ Flex 7. According to the company, ACTICOAT Flex products have been designed to support physicians dealing with wounds and injuries at high risk of infection.

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Bariatric Abdominal Binder

September 15, 2008 6:21 am | Dale Medical Products, Inc. | Product Releases | Comments

The Dale Bariatric Abdominal Binder is an all-elastic, latex-free post-op support that features paneled construction to prevent riding, roping and folding over. Evenly distributing compression to brace abdominal muscles, the binder now includes a new EasyGrip Strip™ which can be placed anywhere on the binder to secure drainage bulbs and tubing without pins or tape.

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Staple Line Reinforcements

October 11, 2007 11:28 am | Synovis Surgical Innovations | Product Releases | Comments

Peri-Strips Dry® is a strong and durable reinforcement material that provides enduring staple line support during bariatric surgery. Widely used and highly regarded for more than 10 years, Peri-Strips® products have a reputation for results and are efficient and effective in bariatric and cardiothoracic surgery.

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Post-Op Abdominal Binder

May 14, 2007 6:47 am | Dale Medical Products, Inc. | Product Releases | Comments

The Dale® Abdominal Binder is an adjustable post-operative support made from a stretch material that evenly distributes compression to brace abdominal muscles, encourage mobility, and promote muscle redevelopment. Featuring paneled construction which prevents riding, roping and folding over, this support encourages activity, facilitates diaphragmatic breathing and splints the wound for coughing.

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