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Wound Dressing

Wound Dressing

Product Name Product Description
BETAplastTM B Hydrophilic Foam Dressing Non-Adhesive
BETAplastTM H Hydrocolloid Dressing Adhesive
BETAplastTM N Hydrophilic Foam Dressing Non-Adhesive
BETAplastTM F Hydrophilic Foam Dressing with Film Adhesive
BETAplastTM Silver Antimicrobial Foam Dressing Non-Adhesive

THE PRODUCT RANGE INCLUDES:

The BETAplast®  wound dressing range of products can be used to treat minor cuts, wounds, grazes and burns, and are available in a variety of convenient formats making them suitable for use at home and outdoors.

The BETAplast dressing is a triple-layered hydrophilic polyurethane foam dressing that has been in clinical use for more than 12 years.

The BETAplast products, which feature SMARTPORE Technology, are specially designed for an optimal moist wound environment, which has been shown to promote proper wound healing.

Each BETAplast product also features specific properties suited to various indications.

Polyurethane foam products: BETAplast N, B, F, Silver

Hydrocolloid products: BETAplast H

™ BETAplast is a trademarks of Mundipharma AG in UAE and are either registered trademark or trademark in other countries.

Please refer to individual countries for full local prescribing information and indications as approved by relative health authorities

* Not all products or indications are available in all countries. Products are currently under registrations across Middle East, Turkey and Africa Region and subject to approval according to local laws and regulations.

Please refer to your local representative office and the locally approved prescribing information for more details on the product and indications. Furthermore, Mundipharma Middle East FZLLC provides the information for readers from many countries in the ME region as of this date and does not undertake any obligation to update any forward-looking statements contained in this newsletter as a result of new information, future events or otherwise.

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