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How to apply our Wound Care Dressing

by Anyes deLaat on July 06, 2024
How to apply:

What you will Need:

-Hypochlorous Acid Spray

-The Sterilized Loose Wool and Coccyx Pads we provided

-100% Cotton, Breathable Gauze

- 12” Merino loose wool strand

How To Apply:

Step 1: Spray the open wound with hypochlorous acid spray.

Step 2: Apply a light amount of lanolin to the wound or onto the loose wool and allow the wool to adhere to the wound. The lanolin can be left out as necessary or desired.

Step 3: Cover the loose area with another layer of a coccyx pad to absorb any discharge and protect the area with a cushion.

Step 4: Use the 100% cotton gauze and wrap to keep everything in place, but don’t overdo the layers. The goal is to make it as breathable as possible.

Step 5: Check the wound by unwrapping and removing the coccyx pad. The loose wool will be part of the scab. Do not remove the loose wool, as you will disturb the healing process. Wool is antibacterial, antimicrobial, and antifungal.

Step 6: During and after healing, the wool boot aids in warmth and circulation and promotes further assistance in the healing process. This is vital to prevent the recurrence of skin breakdown.
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