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Vetalintex Hydrogel Wound Dressing

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  • 10 x 15g Tubes £41.50
  • 15g Tube £4.19

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Description

Vetalintex Hydrogel is a clear, starch-based dressing using revolutionary hydrogel technology for improved wound management. Vetalintex Hydrogel is quickly and easily absorbed, gets rapidly to work and is indicated for the cleansing and debridement of sloughy, dry or necrotic wounds. Creating the ideal conditions for rapid recovery, Vetalintex Hydrogel is ideal for wounds that require that extra support.

Features: Starch based Hydrogel Propylene glycol humectant Convenience Cost effective Advantages: Rehydrates necrotic tissue to promote debridement Promotes a moist wound environment Easy to apply Good stability on wound surface

Benefits: Minimum disruption to healthy cells Maintains desirable moist interface which facilitates cell migration Allows single-handed application Avoids unneccessary and expensive dressing changes.

Administration: Vetalintex Sterile Wound Hydrogel should be applied directly to the wound surface before applying an approriate secondary dressing. Apply generously to a depth of about 5mm. Dressings should be changed frequently dependent on the condition of the wound and the amount of exudate.

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Reviews (2)

Summary of Reviews for Vetalintex Hydrogel Wound Dressing

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By on 28 July 2018

We have used Intrasite many times but finding a cheaper alternative is an absolute joy! Intrasite contains a CMC polymer too, not sure what difference that should make for the extra cost but I don't see the value. This hydrogel is a little thinner but it hasn't appeared to make a difference to healing times and it still adheres nicely. As we're mostly dealing with cats I tend to use on undressed wounds I usually apply three times daily.
Highly recommended.

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55 Fast
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By on 24 November 2015

Well my dog had an operation to remove his dew claws ashe had extra two on each back legs. It was healing very long. Wound on one leg didnt look well. He was on antibiotics,keep removing his dressing and licking wound. So i found this gel. I mean it worked after one day of applying. Wound got dry and start to heal properly

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Q & A

Below are some recent questions we've received regarding Vetalintex Hydrogel Wound Dressing, including answers from our team.

12 March 2015 at 9:13pm

Cat wound

Verna

My cat has an open wound on his back, about 2cm by 2cm, it sometimes scabs over but it keeps bleeding when he is scratching it. I need something to cover it while it heals, please advise if this is the right product thanks

  • VioVet Staff

You could use this dressing safely as long as you replace it every day. However it is difficult to keep a dressing on a cat unless you are very determined. I suspect your cat is feeling itchy so you should ensure that you flea control is absolutely perfect. You could perhaps try an "elimination diet" trial to see if a dietary allergy is playing a part in things. If in doubt, speak to your vet.