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Dyna Z-Paste Zinc Paste Bandage B.P.

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Dyna Z-Paste Zinc Paste Bandage B.P.

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Dyna Zinc Paste Bandage is developed and based on the olden era principle of using the Zinc metal as an antibacterial zinc oxide to aid faster wound healing. It is a medicated bandage highly beneficial for the treatment of ulcers.

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Features:

Contains Zince paste

  • Impregnated with zinc oxide
  • Glycerol maintains a moist healing environment and provides light compression for venous leg ulcers.
  • Can be left in place for up to 7 days, depending on drainage.
  • Open weave bandage
  • Smoothes skin, eases out itching
  • Easy to apply and remove
  • Will not dry out
  • Individually wrapped
  • Easy identification and easy storage
  • Size: 7.5cmX6cm

 Indications:

  • For the management of leg ulcers. Where venous insufficiency exists, the paste bandage should be adjunct to the graduated compression bandaging.
  • For the management of chronic eczema/dermatitis where occlusion is indicated.

Bandage can be applied in two ways

  • Start applying from the base of the toes. The bandage should be loosely wrapped around the foot, Heel and around the leg in a spiral fashion to just below the knee. Then smooth and mould the bandage around the leg.
  • Start applying from the base of the toes. The bandage should be loosely wrapped around the foot and heel. While wrapping from the ankle, apply a pleat, at the front of the leg. This should be repeated up the leg until just below the knee. Compression bandaging may follow. Once Z- paste has been applied, the leg ahould be covered by a bandage or dressing to prevent soiling of clothing and bedcovers

Precautions:

  • Compression bandaging should not be used on patients who have arterial disease (ABPI<0.8) and is not recommended for use on diabetic patients with advanced small vessel disease.
  • Failure to detect reduced arterial flow can result in pressure necrosis, amputation, or even death. The risk of a patient having arterial as well as venous disease rises with age.
  • The skin of leg ulcer patients is easily sensitized to topical medicaments - including preservatives. Sensitization should be suspected in patients, particularly where there is deterioration of the surrounding skin. Such patients should be referred for a specialist consult.

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Manufacturer Dynamic Techno Medicals

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Dyna Z-Paste Zinc Paste Bandage B.P.

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280

Features:

Contains Zince paste

  • Impregnated with zinc oxide
  • Glycerol maintains a moist healing environment and provides light compression for venous leg ulcers.
  • Can be left in place for up to 7 days, depending on drainage.
  • Open weave bandage
  • Smoothes skin, eases out itching
  • Easy to apply and remove
  • Will not dry out
  • Individually wrapped
  • Easy identification and easy storage
  • Size: 7.5cmX6cm

 Indications:

  • For the management of leg ulcers. Where venous insufficiency exists, the paste bandage should be adjunct to the graduated compression bandaging.
  • For the management of chronic eczema/dermatitis where occlusion is indicated.

Bandage can be applied in two ways

  • Start applying from the base of the toes. The bandage should be loosely wrapped around the foot, Heel and around the leg in a spiral fashion to just below the knee. Then smooth and mould the bandage around the leg.
  • Start applying from the base of the toes. The bandage should be loosely wrapped around the foot and heel. While wrapping from the ankle, apply a pleat, at the front of the leg. This should be repeated up the leg until just below the knee. Compression bandaging may follow. Once Z- paste has been applied, the leg ahould be covered by a bandage or dressing to prevent soiling of clothing and bedcovers

Precautions:

  • Compression bandaging should not be used on patients who have arterial disease (ABPI<0.8) and is not recommended for use on diabetic patients with advanced small vessel disease.
  • Failure to detect reduced arterial flow can result in pressure necrosis, amputation, or even death. The risk of a patient having arterial as well as venous disease rises with age.
  • The skin of leg ulcer patients is easily sensitized to topical medicaments - including preservatives. Sensitization should be suspected in patients, particularly where there is deterioration of the surrounding skin. Such patients should be referred for a specialist consult.
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