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Wound Dressings (37 companies found)

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  • Dealmed Medical Supplies LLC

    Understanding Healthcare
    Dealmed is a leader in medical supplies distribution. We provide medical supplies, medical equipment, drugs, vaccines, and specialty medical products and services. Our mission is simple: We make it our business to understand how the products we sell impact patients’ lives everyday. At Dealmed...
  • American Medical Technologies

  • Medi- Tech International Corp

    We develop and manufacture specialty wound care products.
  • Silverlon

    Silverlon Surgical Dressings can be an important element in wound care, and control of wound bacteria in the dressing may help reduce the risk of wound infection.
  • TBMedex SAS

  • Medex Supply Distributors Inc.

    We carry an extensive selection of high quality medical supplies at competitive prices, with fast shipping and friendly, knowledgeable service.
  • DM Systems Inc

    DM Systems, the long-time innovator in pressure relieving products like the original Heelift Suspension Boot, now introduces a full line of pressure relieving products along with cutting edge technology, PressureAlert. The only product that be customized to alert both the patient and nursing...
  • PhotoMedex

    PhotoMedex is a leader in the dermatology market, committed to the Science of Skin Health in disease management and skin rejuvenation. It is a powerful position and with it comes the responsibility and opportunity to improve patients’ lives by filling unmet needs.
  • Eloquest Healthcare, Inc.

    detachol helps your practice avoid the physical, emotional and monetary costs that can result from preventable adhesive removal-related skin trauma and tears.
  • Rice Home Medical, LLC

    We carry a comprehensive line of wound care dressings for all phases of acute, critical, and chronic wounds. Dressings are needed for treatment of venous ulcers, diabetic foot ulcers, pressure ulcers, burns, and post-operative wounds and can be treated with gauze, foam, hydrocolloid, and alginate.