Reduce patient pain and stress, improve your patients experience[1,2]
“A series of studies have indicated how stress and anxiety may be linked to increased wound-related pain at dressing change, and consequently impaired healing” 
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*DT May 2020. Atrauman® 5 x 5m £0.35 per dressing. Urgotul® 5 x 5cm, £1.57 per dressing. Urgotul® is a registered trademark of Urgo Limited.