Lomatuell® Pro

    Gel-forming contact net

    Dressing change interval

    The recommended dressing change interval is normally 2–4 days. Depending on the type of wound and its healing progress, the dressing can be left on the wound for a shorter or longer period (up to a maximum of 7 days).

    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
    5 x 53087010/360
    10 x 103087110/120
    10 x 203087210/120
    10 x 303087310/80
    10 x 103087450/450
    10 x 4022000010/120
    15 x 202200015/50
    15 x 302200025/55

    Fields of application

    can be used for all exudation phases

    Chronic wounds

    lower leg ulcers

    diabetic foot ulcers,

    pressure ulcers

    Acute wounds

    lacerations, cuts and abrasions

    second-degree burns

    Post-surgical wounds

    surgical wounds healing by secondary intention

    skin graft donor sites

    can be used in combination with negative pressure therapy as a separating layer*)

    *) based on in vitro tests

    *) based on in vitro tests


    formation of a gel layer made up of petroleum jelly and hydrocolloid particles

    atraumatic 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

    support for the wound healing process

    risk of adhesion to the wound is minimised

    flexible, supple material

    good exudate drainage into the secondary dressing

    low-pain dressing changes


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