Border dressing

Wound Care

Innovation

Innovations in materials, along with advances in surgical techniques and treatment protocols, has opened up significant market opportunities for new wound care products. These innovations have also created unique processing challenges that call for creative solutions to solve technical issues and speed time to market. At Baril, we’re proud of the experience and expertise we’ve developed to address these issues and help our customers maximize the business potential of their new products.

Partnership

Many of the world’s premier manufacturers of Advanced Wound Care products choose to partner with Baril to develop and manufacture a wide variety of products because of our unique mastery of the materials and products involved. New negative pressure, hemostatic and anti-microbial dressings and bandages are just a few of the advanced wound care products on which Baril engineers have teamed up with customers to develop and commercialize.

Category Experience

  • Dressings and bandages
  • Negative Pressure
  • Antimicrobial Alginate
  • Foam Bordered
  • High MVTR
  • Hemostatic
  • IV site care/securement
  • Podiatric care devices
  • Ostomy care
  • Exudate management
  • Wound closure devices
  • Surgical pads
  • Bed sore prevention

Capabilities

  • Clean room production
  • Rotary die cutting
  • Multi-web lamination
  • Island placement
  • Packaging
  • Flexographic printing
  • Flatbed die cutting
  • Automated assembly and inspection
  • Injection molding
  • Laser die cutting for prototyping

Materials

  • Silicone gel adhesives
  • Acrylic adhesives
  • Urethane adhesives
  • Hybrid low trauma adhesives
  • Polyurethane films
  • Medical foams
  • Hydrogel
  • Hydrocolloid
  • Ionic silver
  • Manuka honey
  • Antimicrobial

Case Study

Situation
A global manufacturer of treated, absorptive foam asked us to develop product samples to show how their foam component might be combined with an adhesive border to create a new kind of trauma treatment product.

Result
Baril engineers went further, identifying and solving the adhesive, sterilization and packaging issues that needed to be addressed in order to turn a great idea into a reality. The result was the development of a whole new product line that’s saving lives and limbs, and generating a new revenue stream for the company.