KALTOSTAT Calcium Sodium Alginate Dressing

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  • Converts exudate to a gel/fiber mat
  • Soft, white, non woven dressing
  • Trauma-free removal, sterile
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KALTOSTAT Calcium Sodium Alginate Dressing

The KALTOSTAT® Calcium Sodium Alginate Dressing is a soft, white, nonwoven dressing of calcium alginate fiber. The KALTOSTAT Alginate Dressing is highly absorbent and converts exudate to a gel/fiber mat that creates a moist, warm environment. The KALTOSTAT Alginate Dressing may be left in place up to 7 days and has a trauma-free removal. Sterile.

KALTOSTAT® Calcium Sodium Alginate dressing is indicated for moderately to highly exuding chronic and acute wounds, and for wounds with minor bleeding.

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1 review
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1 out of 1 recommended this product to their friends
Top Pros

Safe (1)
Easy To Use (1)
Effective (1)
Promotes Healing (1)
Top Best Uses

Keep In The Trunk (1)
Emergency Preparedness (1)
Long Term Use (1)
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The Only healing dressing

Safe. Easy To Use. Effective. Promotes Healing.
Best Uses:
Keep In The Trunk. Emergency Preparedness. Long Term Use.
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This is the best product in the world for healing bad wounds. I suffer from cellulitis and this is the only cure for it. Its a wonderful product, a miracle for me.

by from Orlando, Fla.
  Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
1 person found this review helpful
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Does kaltostat have to be cut to size and placed gently on bottom of wound bed and the sides reaching the surface of the wound or is it meant to be literally stuffed into the wound (for wounds that require packing?) Thanks
Asked on May 23, 2012 7:24:12 AM by Mands from South Australia
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Part Number(s): 730 1097, 730 1096, 730 1099, 730 1098, 730 1182

Mfg Part Number(s): 168210, 168214

Scrip Part Number(s): 730 1096, 730 1098, 730 1182, 730 1097, 730 1099

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