TIELLE™ Dressing Family
The TIELLE™ Dressing Family are a range of hydropolymer foams with LiquaLock™ Advanced Absorption Technology. They are designed to manage different levels of exudate across a range of wound types and they come in a wide selection of shapes and sizes with or without an adhesive border.
To view one of the TIELLE™ Dressing Family variants click on one of the dressing images:
Evidence Made Easy:Testing fluid handling
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*Pressure equivalent to that of compression bandages (40mmHg).
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