Peritoneal dressing kits

Customized Kits for peritoneal dressing (CAPD and APD)

The kit may contain:

  • Absorbent and waterproof sterile sheet to create a sterile field
  • Sterile sheet equipped with a cut, hole and an adhesive, to better adapt the use of the device in the dressing procedures of the peritoneal catheter
  • A pair of sterile gloves, model and size of choice (latex, vinyl, and nitrile)
  • Sterile gauze pads in cotton or non-woven fabric (TNT)
  • Y-shaped or straight-cut gauze to create a dressing around the catheter
  • Masks to avoid contamination
  • Air-permeable adhesive plasters in non-woven fabric to fix dressing

With peritoneal dialysis, the blood is cleaned up inside the body. Peritoneal dialysis involves the introduction of an exchange fluid into the peritoneal cavity and the use of the peritoneum (thin membrane surrounding the abdominal viscera) as a semipermeable membrane. It is usually performed at the patient’s home. The dialysis solution – water with salt and other additives – flows from a bag through a permanent catheter in the abdomen. After 4-5 hours, the solution and the waste are discharged from the abdomen into the empty bag. A variant of the process is performed at night while the patient is sleeping, using automatic machines. There are two types of peritoneal dialysis: CAPD (continuous outpatient peritoneal dialysis, 3-4 exchanges per day) APD (automated peritoneal dialysis, performed at home at night, with a special machine).

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All medical devices manufactured by DRM are CE marked in accordance with the applicable legal requirements.

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D.R.M. was born in 1991 from an idea of Rinaldo Maria Daniela, founder and General Manager of the company, which transformed the artisan company born in 1989 into an industrial reality, becoming the leader in the field of disposable hospital dressing.