Wound & Burn Care (43 companies found)

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  • Miracle Mist Plus
  • Our vision is to be the market leader in the healthcare industry by developing the most cost effective products combined with helpful clinical solutions. We are committed to continuously improving every part of our business through collaboration with our highly valued employees and...
  • Employers want solutions to retain parents in their workforce, and employees need support as they return to work after welcoming a new baby. From family and friends, to community and coworkers, many find their “kin” in all kinds of places. That’s why we created Kin, a customizable parental and...
  • McKesson Medical-Surgical
  • Limbkeepers non-compression knit sleeves and gloves help protect fragile, thin, bruised and compromised skin from abrasions, skin tears, and injury from impact. The latex- free performance yarns provide moisture wicking and permanent anti-microbial features and rated with UPF50+ sun...
  • Wound RX Medical is an innovative medical solutions provider which manufactures and distributes advanced Negative Pressure Wound Therapy products to health care providers.
  • TIDI® Products is about giving caregivers what works better, so they can perform at their best. TIDI Products has a history of providing forward-looking solutions to healthcare professionals. TIDI is always looking for ways to help reduce the risk of contamination and deliver the highest-quality...
  • Sterling Distributors has been providing diabetic supplies to pharmacies, nursing homes, home care agencies and other medical supply companies for ten years. We saw a need for low cost home medical equipment and responded with HME supplies from major manufacturers such as Omron and Mabis, as...
  • WoundSeal is a topical powder that stops bleeding by forming an instant scab. WoundSeal is a first aid treatment for cuts, lacerations, and other external bleeding. After applying powder and light pressure for about 30 seconds, the scab forms to seal and protect the wound and then falls off...