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The DrySee absorbent pad incorporates a nonwoven gauze containing 100% USP Cotton cleaned without the use of chlorine. Developed and produced in the USA.

A Waterproof Bandage with Built-in Liquid Intrusion Alert

The initial wound treatment and bandaging technique used after surgery can be critical to a patient’s recovery. Our waterproof surgical bandage reduces the likelihood of delays in the healing process as well as unnecessary healthcare expenses by clearly alerting patients to any problems with the bandage. Whether liquid intrusion from the outside or excess fluid from the wound, DrySee provides simple, visual verification of the condition of your waterproof bandages for stitches.

Visibly better protection.

After surgery your life can feel like it’s on pause while you take the time to heal and recuperate. DrySee’s waterproof bandages give you your sense of control back. Studies show that lowering stress helps with healing, so let DrySee be a part of your recovery.

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A visible advantage in wound care.

Our waterproof adhesive bandage consists of a waterproof covering that protects the wound and a liquid indicating gauze which visually confirms the integrity of the bandage. The water invasion indicators run along the perimeter and comprise the center island of the bandage. Patients and healthcare professionals will quickly see if the waterproof bandage or wound site has been compromised.

Non-Adherent Liquid Bandage 

DrySee bandages use a sterile, non-adhering cotton center pad that provides absorption for low exudate wounds and is built with liquid indicating technology.

The center pad will change color upon saturation. When wound exudate saturates the pad, it will turn from a light blue to a darker blue, signaling that it is time to replace the bandage.

An additional layer of protection is offered by the Perimeter Protection Indicator. This perimeter band of liquid indicating material surrounds the outer edges of the bandage and provides a visual moisture alert. It absorbs any liquid that may enter from around the edges of the bandage and changes color prior to that moisture reaching the wound site. Color change is an alert to change the bandage.

DrySee’s liquid indicating technology provides a visual moisture alert so doctors and patients alike, can tell if the bandage has been compromised from the exterior or the center pad has become saturated, and remove and replace it accordingly.

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