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Non-Woven Gauze

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Non-woven gauze is made from synthetic fibers like rayon or polyester and is pressed together to resemble a weave pattern. It tends to be thicker, s ... [read more]

Dynarex - Non-Sterile Non-woven Gauze Sponges

1587
  • Extremely absorbent
  • Less linting than standard gauze
  • Ideal for wound dressings, prepping, scrubbing, or general purpose cleansing
From $1.42

Dynarex - Sterile Non-woven Gauze Sponges

1588
  • Sterile
  • 4-ply non-woven
  • Extremely absorbent
  • Less linting than standard gauze
  • Ideal for wound dressings, prepping and scrubbing, general purpose cleansing
From $2.29

Covidien Curity - Wound Packing Strip

1838
  • 100% cotton
  • Used for open wound healing
  • Fine mesh gauze
  • Ideal for wet to dry wound packing
From $3.77

Medline Avant - Non-Sterile Gauze Sponges with Non-Woven Formed Fabric

3250
  • Less lint than standard gauze sponges
  • Non-woven four ply rayon/polyester blend
  • Gauze sponge wound dressing is less likely to stick to wound
  • Wound dressing for use in absorption, wicking, and wound release
From $3.67

Covidien Curity - Nonwoven All-Purpose Gauze Sponges

3616
  • 4 Ply
  • Virtually lint free
  • 40% heavier than imported brands
From $8.95

Covidien Curity - Non-woven Cover Sponges

3893
  • Designed for general use with heavy to moderate exuding wounds
  • Cellulose wadding filling covered in non-woven fabric
  • Economical wound covering
  • Made in the USA
From $4.60

Covidien Curity - Non-sterile Cover Sponges

  • 4" x 4"
  • Non woven gauze sponge
  • Latex free
  • Ideal for moderate to high exuding wounds
From $6.45

Covidien Dermacea - USP Type VII Gauze Sponges

  • Meet USP Type VII requirements
  • Nonwoven and nonsterile
  • 4" x 4" gauze sponge
  • Made from 100% cotton
  • Use for a variety of wound applications
From $4.90
Description

Non-woven gauze is made from synthetic fibers like rayon or polyester and is pressed together to resemble a weave pattern. It tends to be thicker, stronger, and softer than woven gauze. Non-woven gauze does not product lint, making it more suitable for direct wound contact. Non-woven gauze provides superior absorption and wicks moisture away from the wound site to prevent maceration. Keep in mind that some non-woven gauze is sterile, while others are not. If you will be using non-woven gauze directly on an open wound, it is ideal to use a sterile variety.

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