PolyMem dressings Made Easy

As healthcare budgets are put under pressure, providers increasingly need to balance reduced cost with providing high-quality outcomes. This has led to more wounds being treated in the community, creating a need for non-specialists to acquire knowledge about advanced wound care products. However, the wide variety of dressings available means that there is often confusion about which product to use and when. An easy-to-apply multifunctional dressing capable of stimulating the healing process, providing pain relief, and continuous wound bed cleansing can simplify dressing selection and encourage patients to be involved in their care. This Made Easy describes the PolyMem range of multifunctional polymeric membrane dressings, which offer a simplified and costeffective approach to healing and pain relief in a wide range of acute and chronic wounds.


Supported by Ferris 



  • Jacqueline Denyer

    Senior Clinical EB Nurse Specialist, Great Ormond Street Hospital for Sick Children, London, UK

  • Richard White

    Professor of Tissue Viability, University of Worcester, Worcester, UK

  • Karen Ousey

    Reader Advancing Clinical Practice, University of Huddersfield, Huddersfield, UK

  • Charalambos Agathangelou

    Gerontology, Saint Demetrianos Rehabilitation Centre, Nicosia, Cyprus

  • Ragavan Nair HariKrishna

    Head and wound care consultant, Wound Care Unit, Dept of Internal Medecine, Kuala Lumpur Hospital, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia