DynaGinate Calcium Alginate Dressings

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REORDER NO: z-DynaGinate Calcium Alginate Dressings
REORDER #Bandage SizeQty/BoxBoxes/Case
30262" x 2"1012
30274.25" x 4.25"1012
30284" x 8"512
30292g x 30cm512

Calcium Alginate Dressings contours to wound bed and changes to a fibrous gel when in contact with wound exudate, creating an optimal moist wound environment important to healing.
Dynarex’s DynaGinate Calcium Alginate Dressings change to a fibrous gel when in contact with wound exudate to create an optimal moist wound environment important for optimal healing. Calcium alginate encourages natural debridement. As the dressing transforms into a soft gel sheet it contours closely to the wound bed and does not adhere to the wound.
Alginate dressings are a primary dressing and can be used to treat bedridden patients, diabetics or patients with chronic venous insufficiency. Best suited for wounds that require prompt treatment to prevent infection or damaged skin tissue, bones and/or muscle at wound stages 3 and 4.
  • Changes to a fibrous gel when in contact with wound exudate, creating a moist wound environment.
  • Contours to the wound bed and will not adhere to the wound upon removal.
  • High-absorbency dressing used for heavily exuding wounds.
  • Primary dressing ideal for the management of partial- and full-thickness wounds at stages 3 or 4.
More Information
wound stage 3, 4
Color No Boards
Occlusive (Y,N,Semi) Semi-occlusive
Type Calcium Alginate Dressing
Primary or Secondary Dressing Primary
DEHP Free (Y/N) Yes
Antimicrobial (Y/N) No
Bordered (Y/N) No
TAA Compliant (Y/N) No
Sterile (Y/N) Yes
Rx Only (Y/N) No
Contains Natural Rubber Latex (Y/N) No
Waterproof (Y/N) No
Unit of Sale CS
Size 3.5in
SDS Exemption Letter This product is not hazardous and does not require an SDS.
Prop65 Warning No
Quantity of Units in Eaches 1
Absorbency Level High
Adhesive No
Brand Name DYNAREX
Exudate Drainage High
HCPCS Code 3026: A6196 3027-3028: A6197 3029: A6199
Country of Origin China
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