A Gauze Roll is a layered, woven cotton medical bandage for cuts and wounds that require moderate compression. Gauze rolls can be wrapped directly around the wound dressing, compressed or affixed around the abdomen or a limb, to dress light wounds with antibiotic ointment or cream, or even as a secondary dressing on top of a first layer.
STAYGUARD™ IS THE BRAND OF CHOICE
StayGuard™ gauze rolls are made of 100% cotton and helps secure dressing on a wound with comfort due to its softness, elasticity and permeability.
StayGuard™ gauze rolls, as one of the widest ranges on the market, come in every size, mesh, length, and ply in minimized lint and unraveling that makes it more comfortable and convenient for use. This line is ISO, CE, and USFDA approved and is manufactured with the highest quality standards to meet the requirements of our customers.
StayGuard™ gauze rolls are widely dispersed in clinics, hospitals, and for sports applications. Our medical-grade cotton gauze rolls provide protection, compression and facilitate the healing process for wounds. Various available widths, from 90cm to 130cm, and lengths, from 10m to 91m, as well as 10 mesh options and varying thickness of 1, 2, or 3 ply ensure our gauze rolls can be used for every medical purpose.
Why StayGuard™ gauze rolls?
Our 100% cotton gauze rolls are ISO, CE, and USFDA approved and are manufactured with the highest quality standards to meet the requirements of our customers. They come in various sizes and options for length, mesh, and ply to be able to provide a most suitable gauze roll for the consumer use.
When can I use gauze rolls?
Gauze rolls can be used for numerous cases. It can be used directly on the wound to protect the wound from a possible source of infection, use as secondary dressing on top of the first layer, to cover the wound with antibiotic ointments, and can be adjusted for the use of the patient as directed by a doctor.
What is the difference between ‘primary’ and ‘secondary’ dressings?
Gauze rolls are used in various conditions. Dressing using gauze rolls can be largely divided into two types: primary dressing and secondary dressing. Primary dressing, in most cases, requires sterile gauze as the gauze will be directly in touch with the wound. For light wounds, non-sterile gauzes are okay to use along with anti-biotic ointment. Yet non-sterile gauzes are mostly used for secondary wound dressing to absorb any exudate that goes over the first layer of the dressing.
I heard it is bad to cover the wound because it cannot breathe. Then is it better not to use a gauze roll for my wound?
It is true that letting the wound ‘breathe’ may lead to quicker healing. However, leaving the wound without any protection may lead to bigger problem by leading to infection. StayGuard™ gauze rolls enable the wound to breathe by having permeable layers of woven cotton