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Inadine Vs Atrauman
marmalade8a

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Posted:  20-Oct-2016 14:24
Hello there,

What are the differences between these two? Where would you use one over the other? Why wouldn't you use one on a specific wound?

Kind Regards,

Marmo
MrsJohnson

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Posted:  26-Oct-2016 08:51
These may be of use for you:

 https://www.nursingtimes.net/clinical-archive/wound-care/when-and-how-to-use-iodine-dressings/206075.article

http://www.hartmann.co.uk/images/BJCN_WC_S29_S34_ATRAUMA_web.pdf

https://www.nursingtimes.net/clinical-archive/wound-care/wound-management-5-selecting-wound-dressings-for-optimum-healing/7000704.article

TL;DR atrauman is a non-adherant dressing and isn't medicated. Inadine is medicated as it is impregnanted with iodine and has some antibacterial action. 
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