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    11 Aug 2010
    28 Mar 2002 SMTL Dressings DataCard – Jelonet. Classification Name: Dressing Paraffin Gauze BP (Normal Loading). Manufacturer: Smith & NephewFree delivery and returns on eligible orders of ?20 or more. Buy Jelonet Paraffin Gauze Dressing – 10cm x 10cm (x10) at Amazon UK.
    To protect the peri-wound skin from maceration and to improve the adhesion of the dressing or tape. Choose a size that just covers the wound. Jelonet can be cut to fit the wound size. Remove the opaque covering from the dressing and apply in a single layer over the wound bed.

    JELONET?. Paraffin Gauze Dressings. JELONET Gauze dressing. About; Instructions for Use. JELONET? is a soft paraffin dressing that is not medicated.
    SJ7415 · Jelonet Paraffin Gauze Roll 15cm x 2m Box of 12, ?84.99 in Dressings; View all Podiatry Dressings in Podiatry Paddings, Tapes and Dressing
    Before applying any dressing you should dressing in contact with the wound bed is known For specific instructions always refer to manufacturer’s directions. .. Atraumann. Hartmann. Jelonet. Smith & Nephew. Gravel rash on an elbow.
    Background Dressing types Indications specific dressings Conclusion Jelonet. paraffin gauze mesh dressing; ideal for minor burns and wounds with
    Jelonet is a soft paraffin dressing that is not medicated. It is soothing and low-adherent, and allows the wound to drain freely into an absorbent secondary
    We favour covering the clean burn with a simple gauze dressing impregnated with paraffin (Jelonet). Avoid using topical creams as these will interfere with subsequent assessment of the burn. Apply a gauze pad over the dressing, followed by several layers of absorbent cotton wool.

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