Surgical Butterfly Shape Plaster

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Model Number: NH-22043
Brand: Niche Healthcare


Feature & Benefits:

  • Sterile
  • Hypo Allergenic
  • Waterproof
  • Ventilated & breathable plaster
  • Plasters are individually wrapped
  • Excellent adhesive properties
  • Long lasting adhesion yet easy to peal
  • Soft and conformable. Absorbent non stick pad. Material for better comfort


Caution & Step

  • Gently clean the wound with water after wash hand before using medical band aid.
  • Apply medical band aid to wound, ensuring adhesive part of dressing does not come into contact with the wound.
  • The medical band aid can be left in place for several days and is sticking well.
  • Change the first aid plaster if it is damaged.
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Surgical butterfly shape plasters offer several healthcare benefits within the National Health Service (NHS):

  1. Wound Closure: Surgical butterfly shape plasters are specifically designed to close and secure the edges of a wound, promoting wound healing by facilitating approximation of the skin edges. They are commonly used for small, superficial wounds or incisions that do not require sutures, providing an effective alternative closure method within the NHS.

  2. Reduced Tension on Wound: Butterfly shape plasters distribute tension evenly across the wound edges, reducing stress on the skin and minimizing the risk of wound dehiscence (opening) or poor healing outcomes. By supporting wound closure without excessive pressure, these plasters promote optimal healing and reduce the likelihood of complications within the NHS.

  3. Minimization of Scar Formation: Proper wound closure with surgical butterfly shape plasters helps minimize scar formation by promoting wound edge alignment and reducing tissue tension. This can result in improved cosmetic outcomes and reduced scarring for patients, enhancing their satisfaction with the aesthetic results of their surgical or traumatic wounds within the NHS.

  4. Promotion of Hemostasis: Butterfly shape plasters can assist in promoting hemostasis (stopping bleeding) by exerting gentle pressure on the wound edges. This can be particularly beneficial for superficial lacerations or incisions where minor bleeding may occur, helping to control bleeding and prevent excessive blood loss within the NHS.

  5. Ease of Application and Removal: Surgical butterfly shape plasters are designed for easy application and removal, minimizing discomfort for patients during wound management procedures. The adhesive backing adheres securely to the skin without causing trauma or irritation, ensuring a comfortable experience for patients within the NHS.

  6. Versatility: Butterfly shape plasters are versatile wound closure devices that can be used in various clinical scenarios within the NHS. They are suitable for closing small wounds, cuts, abrasions, or incisions on different parts of the body, providing healthcare professionals with a flexible and reliable option for wound management.

  7. Cost-Effectiveness: Surgical butterfly shape plasters are cost-effective wound closure solutions compared to sutures or staples, particularly for minor wounds or lacerations that do not require complex closure techniques. Their disposable nature eliminates the need for suture removal procedures and reduces healthcare costs associated with wound closure within the NHS.

  8. Facilitation of Patient Mobility: Butterfly shape plasters allow for greater flexibility and mobility compared to traditional bulky dressings or bandages. Patients can move more freely without the restriction of bulky dressings, promoting comfort and facilitating early mobilization and rehabilitation within the NHS.


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