BETAplast™ N

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  • Provides an optimal, moist wound healing environment1,2
  • Polyurethane foam dressing with high absorption and retention, minimal pain and rapid wound healing1,3-5
  • Pressure ulcers
  • Leg ulcers
  • Diabetic ulcers
  • Venous stasis ulcers
  • Donor and graft sites
  • Burns
  • Traumatic wounds
  • Post-operative wounds
  • Open surgical wounds
  • Laceration
  • Acute wounds
  • Skin tears
  • Dermatologic disorders
Use BETAplast™ N_ How it works
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1. Protective Layer4

  • A thin, semi permeable film
  • Protects the wound surface from bacterial invasion while maintaining MVTR

2. Absorptive Layer1,2,6

  • Superior absorption capability of exudates
  • Optimal moist wound environment

3. Wound Contact Layer2,4,5

  • Non-adherent to the wound
  • Minimal pain during dressing change
  • Hydrophilic to absorb exudate to avoid maceration of surrounding wound area
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
Use BETAplast™ N_1
Use BETAplast™ N_2
Use BETAplast™ N_3
Single use only.
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.
  3. Jang SS, Min KW. Wound dressing after CO2 laser resurfacing using a new dressing material: Medifoam®. J Korean Soc Aesthetic Plastic Surg 2002; 8(2): 149-54.
  4. Lee KC, Kwak TI, Lee DS, et al. The effect of Medifoam® dressing on the wound of penile surgery.
  5. Park YO, Min KW, Huh JP. Clinical study of application of Medifoam® (Hydrophilic Polyurethane Foam) dressing to donor site.
  6. Data on File. Absorption & Retention Capacity Test Report for Medifoam® N & Gauze. Genewel Co.GTR-RD-0001_003.