How To Deal With High Exudate Wounds

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How To Deal With High Exudate Wounds


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It is important that when you are dealing with any type of wound, whether it be a minor cut or serious injury, that high Exudate Wounds diessing is intact enough to prevent the wound from becoming infected. This article focuses on how high exudate wounds can be treated.


What is a high exudate wound and how can Winner Medical help you?

Exudate needs to be carefully managed to create a moisture balance at the wound interface and optimize its benefits for wound healing. Too much exudate can cause maceration and wound breakdown and too little exudate can inhibit natural debridement, slow epithelial migration, and delay wound healing.

Winner Medical can provide different exudate management product solutions for a wide range of mild, moderate to highly exuding chronic and acute wounds during the different healing stages, such as foam dressing, silicone foam dressing, super-absorbent dressing, sterile gauze ball, alginate dressing, sterile ABD pad, CMC gelling fiber dressing, hydrocolloid dressing, NPWT dressing kit.

Be cautious when dressing wounds.

Keep the wound clean and dry. Clean the wound with soap and water or a sterilizing agent. Dry it off completely. Do not apply pressure to the wound.

Apply a sterile bandage or wrap if available. Place the bandage as tight as possible without creating too much pressure on the wound. If a gauze pad is used, make sure that it is covered with sterile adhesive tape or bandage.

Do not use any type of ointment on the wound unless specifically prescribed by your doctor. Do not expose the wound to direct sunlight or heat.

Types of bandages and dressings

There are a few different types of bandages and dressings that can be used to treat high exudate wounds. One of the most common types of bandages is an adhesive bandage. This type of bandage sticks to the skin and can be removed easily by peeling it off. Another type of bandage is a pressure bandage. This type of bandage wraps around the wound and is tightened using pressure applied by a healthcare professional.


Exudate wounds can be a frustrating and debilitating condition. In this article, we've discussed some tips on how to deal with high exudate wounds and help you to ensure they heal as quickly and safely as possible. If you want to get high exudate wound dressings, contact Winner Medical!

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