Soft Roll (Cast Padding)


Soft Roll Cast Padding are available in low adherent gauze cover and is applied over dressing to provide low adherent wound interface. They are made to have excellent absorbency, which promotes healing healing and also protects the wound. The white cast padding is non- woven and is made using viscose fibers, which brings comfort to the patient while plastered 

Size 2,3,4,6 inches will be Available

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Soft Roll Cast Padding are available in low adherent gauze cover and is applied over dressing to provide low adherent wound interface. They are made to have excellent absorbency, which promotes healing healing and also protects the wound. The white cast padding is non- woven and is made using viscose fibers, which brings comfort to the patient while plastered. These cast padding are used before any type of bandage to protect the skin or where swelling is expected. Specially used for sensitive or tender skin, these cast padding can also be used as Leg Roll, Long sponges etc. Cast Paddings give excellent skin tolerance, Perfectly conforms to your body contours, allowing easy body movements. It acts as a cushion between the skin and the plaster. Prevents skin maceration. There are less chances of pressures sores occurring in your body. The padding allows normal breathing of the skin. Absorbs exudates and sweat. The paddings has low moisture retention, hence reducing the risk of skin maceration and minimizes the formation of ridges. Orthopedic Padding protects bony prominences, and can be used under all types of casting materials. Its is a economical, user-friendly, and safe product. Made from 100% polyester fibers. They have no optical brighteners. Available in various sizes in roll form with paper wrapper.

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