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Mölnlycke is a leading global provider of wound care products and therapy-based solutions for chronic and acute wounds used in hospitals, post-acute settings and home care. The core indications we focus on to free patients from the burden of wounds are pressure ulcers, diabetic foot ulcers, venous leg ulcers, surgical incisions and burns. Our offering includes digital tools to support wound assessment and to simplify the selection of the most appropriate solution. 

Our products and solutions include
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Mepilex® Border Flex 
Multi-layered bordered dressings designed to conform and stay on complex wounds such as pressure ulcers, leg and foot ulcers and traumatic wounds. 

Exufiber® and Exufiber® Ag+
Dressings used to treat medium to highly exuding wounds including cavities. The dressings transform into a gel upon contact with exudate, helping them to softly conform to the wound bed. 

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Avance® Solo
A portable battery-powered single use negative pressure wound care system used to draw out exudate and infectious material from chronic and surgical incisions. 

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Mepilex® and Mepilex® Ag 
Absorbent foam dressings for chronic and acute wounds with Safetac® soft silicone adhesion, helping to reduce pain and minimise damage to the wound and skin at removal. 

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Oxygen therapy
Solutions include Granulox®, a haemoglobin oxygenating spray used in the treatment of chronic wounds, and Granudacyn®, an irrigation solution for cleansing and moisturising acute, chronic and contaminated wounds, as well as for first and second degree burns. 

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Pressure ulcer prevention solutions
Anatomically shaped dressings with Deep Defense® Technology and Turning and Positioning systems, designed to protect delicate tissue and allow easier repositioning of patients to help prevent pressure ulcer development. 

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