Proving it every day
Healthcare professionals inspire our wound management, prevention and surgical solutions. Their relentless search for new and better ways to care for patients drives us to innovate. They have what it takes to make a difference to the lives of their patients. And they’re proving it every day.
Watch and see what we mean.
A survey has found that needlestick injuries are far more common than previously thought. In April 2019, Mölnlycke® commissioned a first of its kind survey from SERMO, the largest global social network for physicians.
Mepilex Border Flex
All-in-one dressing with proprietary Flex Technology for improved stay-on-ability and conformability
Conformable foam dressing for a wide range of acute and chronic wounds
Mepilex Border Sacrum
Five-layer foam dressing for pressure injury prevention and management of sacral wounds
Biogel surgical gloves:
Discover the proven quality of Biogel® surgical gloves – reliable protection for your hands with best-in-class perforation detection and improved tactile sensitivity and less hand fatigue .
Discover the BARRIER® range of staff clothing – a wide range of protective clothing for the safety and comfort of healthcare professionals and patients.
Mölnlycke procedure packs
Increase efficiency in the operating room with surgical procedure packs. You can customise sterile packs to include all the single-use equipment surgical teams need for specific procedures.
Venous leg ulcer
The story of Safetac
The technology that changed wound care forever
Leading the way in prevention
Supporting healthcare managers to increase OR efficiency
Double gloving for complete protection
How big a risk is latex?
How to fight infections
Dressings with Safetac: Proven choice for better outcomes
News and events
March 31, 2020
Surgical wound dressings - Dos and Don’ts
Webinar Upcoming, Skin tears
March 24, 2020
Clinical management of Skin Tears
February 19, 2020
Exudate management: the small details that make a big difference
January 23, 2020
Undisturbed Wound Healing
September 18, 2019
More than 9 in 10 surgeons encounter a needlestick injury