Plasters Base

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Product Description

Plaster bases are the building blocks of medical plaster that provide the physical structure, adhesion and flexibility of the final product. Plaster bases can be made from a variety of materials, including foams, films and hydrocolloid gels. CD Formulation can provide high-quality products as well as custom products for customers.

Classification of Plasters Base

  • Foam type

These plaster bases are made from foam materials and they are typically more cushioned and absorbent than other types of plaster bases.

  • Film type

These plaster bases are made of thin film and they are usually more water resistant and less permeable than other types of plaster bases.

  • Hydrocolloid type

These plaster bases contain a hydrocolloid gel that provides adhesion and absorbs exudate from the wound. They are typically used for wounds with low to moderate exudation.

The choice of plaster base depends on several factors, including the location and type of wound, the level of exudate, and the patient's skin sensitivity and preference.

Factors Affecting Plasters Base

  • Adhesion

The plaster base must provide adequate adhesion to ensure that the plaster stays in place and protects the wound. The base should adhere well to the skin without causing discomfort or skin irritation.

  • Protective force

The plaster base should provide adequate protection for the wound against contamination. It should have a barrier function to prevent bacteria and other microorganisms from entering the wound.

  • Comfort

The ointment base should be comfortable to wear and not cause skin irritation or discomfort. It should be breathable, allowing moisture to drain from the wound site.

  • Absorbency

The plaster base should be able to absorb any exudate from the wound, preventing it from leaking out and causing further irritation.

  • Flexibility

The cast base should be flexible, allowing the patient to move the affected area without causing discomfort or cast displacement.

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