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Solvaline® N

Wound dressing, low-adherent

Fields of application

  • for exuding wounds
  • for superficial wounds in the postoperative field
  • for first aid, e.g., of cuts and abrasions
  • for second degree burns


  • highly absorbent viscose/polyester core
  • has perforated polyethylene film on both sides for rapid absorption of wound exudate
  • low-adherent: makes dressing changes virtually painless and atraumatic
  • because there is film coating on both top and bottom, either side can be used
  • can be cut to size

Now improved!

With higher air-permeability and well-bonded layers

Solvaline N dressings consist of a highly absorbent viscose/polyester core both sides of which are covered with a finely perforated polyethylene film.

Wound exudate is rapidly absorbed through the perforations in the polyethylene film. Solvaline N is low-adherent making dressing changes virtually painless and atraumatic.
Because there is film coating on both top and bottom of the dressing, either side of Solvaline N can be applied to the wound, which increases safety for patients and healthcare professionals.

Bonded layers of Solvaline N.

Product composition

Absorbent core: 80% viscose, 20% polyester
Film: Polyethylene

Ordering information

Solvaline® N, non-sterile

Size (cm)REFshipping unit (pcs.)
5 x 531840200/9000
10 x 1031841150/900
10 x 20 3184250/1500
20 x 303184325/300

Solvaline® N, sterile

individually sealed
Size (cm)REFshipping unit (pcs.)
5 x 531830100/2700
10 x 1031831100/1200
10 x 20
20 x 303183325/300
5 x 53183425/2700
10 x 103183510/720

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