INADINE® PVP-I Non-Adherent Dressing consists of a low adherent knitted viscose fabric impregnated with a polyethylene glycol (PEG) base containing 10% Povidone Iodine; equivalent to 1.0% available iodine. INADINE® dressings are designed to protect the wound, even if infected. INADINE® is indicated for the management of ulcerative wounds and may also be used for the prevention of infection in minor burns and minor traumatic skin loss injuries.
- Evaluation of a non-adherent, povidone–iodine dressing in a case series of chronic wounds
- The ability of dressings to break down chronic wound biofilms
- View our Iodine White Paper
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