BETAplast™ B

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  • Highly absorbent dressing applied to heavy exudative wounds
  • Used along with BETAplastTM N
  • Partial and full thickness dermal ulcer (including pressure ulcers)
  • Superficial third degree burns
  • Leg ulcers
  • Stoma, Cavity wounds
  • Diabetic ulcers
Use BETAplast™ B_ How it works
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1. Absorptive Layer1,2

  • Optimal absorption and retention
  • Avoid leave on residue of dressing on the wound surface
  • Non-adherent to the wound
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).
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Discontinue use if reddening or sensitization occurs.
Do not use if packaging or pouch is damaged.
Keep out of children’s reach.
  1. Lim SA, Lee DE. Comparison of usual applicating foam dressing materials in split thickness skin graft donor site. Korean Burn Society 2003; 6(1): 45-51.
  2. Kim DH, Kim JH, Nm-Koong Y, et al. Treatment of Donor-site Wounds Using Foam Dressing Material. Journal of the Korean Association of Traumatology 2002; 15(1): 1-7.