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Lomatuell® Pro

Gel forming contact net

Fields of application

  • can be used in every exudation phase
  • chronic wounds
    • lower leg ulcer
    • diabetic foot ulcers
    • decubitus ulcer
  • acute wounds
    • lacerations, cuts and abrasions
    • 2nd degree burns
  • post-surgical wounds
    • secondary healing surgical wounds
    • skin graft sites
  • can be combined with negative pressure therapy as wound contact layer


  • formation of a wound contact layer made up of Vaseline and hydrocolloid particles
  • atraumatic and virtually painless dressing changes
  • easy to use
  • can be used on both sides
  • can be cut to size for different sizes of wound and areas of the body
  • promotes wound healing
  • reduced risk of the wound dressing adhering to the wound and wound edge
  • flexible, supple material
  • good exudate drainage into the secondary dressing


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    Dressing change interval

    The recommended dressing change interval is normally 2-4 days. Depending on the type of the wound and how well the wound is healing, the dressing can be left on the wound for a longer or shorter period - in consultation with the responsible medical personnel.

    Product composition

    polyester tulle impregnated with a coating compound, made from a polymer matrix (an elastic malleable fixing compound), Vaseline and hydrocolloid

    Ordering information

    Lomatuell® Pro

    sterile, individually sealed
    Dimensions (cm)REFShipping units (piece)
    5 x 53087010/360
    10 x 103087110/120
    10 x 203087210/120
    10 x 303087310/80
    10 x 103087450/450

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