Betaplast B/Betaplast F/Betaplast H/Betaplast N

Betaplast B/Betaplast F/Betaplast H/Betaplast N

Manufacturer:

Mundipharma

Distributor:

Zuellig
Full Prescribing Info
Contents
Betaplast B/Betaplast F/Betaplast N: Polyurethane foam wound dressing.
Betaplast H: Hydrocolloid dressing.
Description
Betaplast B/Betaplast N/Betaplast F: Betaplast N and Betaplast B is a hydrophilic wound dressing made of polyurethane.
Betaplast B/Betaplast N/Betaplast F is suitable for the treatment of medium to heavily exuding wound by selecting its range.
Betaplast B/Betaplast N/Betaplast F stimulates wound healing and absorbs exudates in wound site while maintaining a moist wound environment compared with a typical dry condition.
Betaplast B/Betaplast N/Betaplast F provides moderate MVTR (Moisture Vapor Transmission Rate) for making skin breathe and protecting skin from bacterial invasion and contamination.
Betaplast H: is a thin and flexible wound dressing made of hydrocolloid.
Betaplast H is easy to apply on wound surface as self adhesive and easily taken off.
Betaplast H is suitable for treatment of superficial to medium exuding wound by selecting its range.
Betaplast H stimulates wound healing and absorbs exudates in wound site while maintaining a moist wound environment compared with a typical dry condition.
Indications/Uses
Betaplast B: Partial and full thickness dermal ulcer (including pressure ulcer); superficial third degree burns; leg ulcers; stoma, cavity wounds; diabetic ulcers.
Betaplast F: Ulcers (venous, arterial, diabetic); pressure sores; minor burns; donor sites (after hemostasis has been achieved); granulating wounds; surgical incisions; surgical excisions.
Betaplast N/Betaplast H: Pressure ulcers; leg ulcers; diabetic ulcers; traumatic wounds; lacerations; donor and graft sites; burns; post-operative wounds; open surgical wounds; venous stasis ulcers; acute wounds; skin tears; dermatologic disorders.
Dosage/Direction for Use
Administration: Betaplast B: Clean the wound before applying the dressing. Remove the dressing from the pouch. Place the dressing onto wound site. Ensure dressing size is larger than the wound site. Secure dressing with secondary protective dressing (eg, retention dressing or bandage).
Betaplast F: Clean the wound before applying the dressing. Peel off inner transparent film and place the dressing onto wound site. Gently press down the dressing to secure it.
Betaplast H: Clean the wound and let it dry completely. Remove the dressing from pouch and cut it larger than wound site. Apply the dressing to the wound site and press down softly to secure it. Once the dressing absorbs the exudate, it turns white and swells upwards. Keep it for 2-3 days to contain the exudate. Once the dressing does not swell up anymore or if the exudate leaks, remove the dressing and replace with a new one. Remove dressing by slowly peeling one corner of the dressing.
Betaplast N: Clean the wound and let it dry completely. Peel off protective film and apply the dressing to the wound site and press it down softly to secure it. Secure the dressing with non-woven fabric or bandage tape.
Special Precautions
For single use only.
Discontinue use if reddening or sensitization occurs.
Do not use if packaging or pouch is damaged.
Adverse Reactions
No adverse effects of this product have been reported until today.
Storage
Store at room temperature in a dry place.
Avoid excessive heat or humidity.
Shelf Life: 3 years validity from manufacturing date.
ATC Classification
V01AA20 - various ; Belongs to the class of allergen extracts. Used as antigenic substances capable of producing immediate-type hypersensitivity.
Presentation/Packing
Betaplast B: Hydrophilic non-adhesive wound dressing (10 x 10 x 0.5 cm) 10's.
Betaplast F: Hydrophilic adhesive wound dressing (5 x 20 x 0.2 cm) 10's.
Betaplast N: Hydrophilic non-adhesive wound dressing (10 x 10 x 0.5 cm) 10's, (5 x 20 x 0.2 cm) 10's, (20 x 20 x 0.5 cm) 10's.
Betaplast H: Hydrocolloidal adhesive wound dressing (10 x 10 x 0.03 cm) 10's.
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