Foam Dressings- Protect Open WoundsProtect wounds and reduce the likelihood that infection might set in with foam dressings. Available in non-stick and adhesive options, the pads absorb and help stop the flow of blood. Use professional medical dressings on different types of wounds both at home and at work.Stop BleedingStop an open wound from bleeding with foam dressings. Adhesive dressings stick to the skin and peel away smoothly, while non-stick dressings require the use of medical tape. Those suffering from injuries can remove the dressing at home and replace it with a fresh bandage when needed.Prevent InfectionPrevent infections caused by bacteria in the environment with a foam dressing. The dressing completely covers the wound, blocking everything from pet hair and animal dander to bacteria and food particulars from getting into the sores of a patient. Use the foam pads with antibacterial soap and other products that promote healing.Help Wounds HealUse foam dressings and bandages when you want to help wounds heal faster. Wiping the wound with alcohol pads will remove any bacteria clinging to the skin and remove any dirt or debris trapped inside or around the wound. The dressing helps keep the wound dry or moist to promote healing.Variety of UsesFoam dressings have a number of uses both at home and at the office. Keep the dressings in your medicine cabinet or your first aid kit to clean wounds on the spot and to cover the wounds until the injured person sees a doctor. Use foam dressings in medical offices to cleanse and protect a wide range of injuries.