Medical Cotton

Medical Cotton

Medical Cotton -Since the Middle Ages, cotton has been employed in medical procedures. The use of raw, untreated cotton fibres in medicine was recorded at the time by authors. These applications included covering dressed wounds with pads, shielding burns and scalds, and acting as an early “drainage tube” by maintaining the edges of wounds open.
cotton that absorbs.
For surgical dressings, cosmetic uses, and other things, absorbent cotton is utilised. It is often referred to as cotton wool or surgical cotton. It is mostly used in hospitals, pharmacies, and nursing homes for medicinal purposes to absorb bodily fluids. Opening and cleaning pressed cotton bales, boiling it at 90 degrees Celsius with water and chemicals to give it a white hue (raw Bengal desi cotton is practically brownish), and draining the water are the main steps in the production process.100% Pure Cotton, Skin Friendly, Eco-Friendly and antibacterial.drying it fully, lapping, carding, rolling, cutting, and packaging.
The first aid kit’s cotton balls are used to treat the wound. Before beginning any other treatments, it is used to stop the bleeding. To close the incision, cotton pads and surgical adhesive tapes are applied. Additionally, it serves to stop the wound from becoming infected again. According to Edwards, cotton is perfect for medical dressings because it is supple and flexible and offers a convenient substrate for securing health-improving chemicals.

Medical Cotton Rolls are suitable for cleaning wounds.

Sizes Available : 10g, 15g, 20g, 30g, 50g, 60g, 75g, 100g, 125g, 200g, 250g, 300g, 400g, 500g, 1000g

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