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Wet to dry dressings? Nope! Our Urgent Care RAP cousin Matt DeLaney schools Neda and Paul on a better way to do wound care. Such as: Foam dressings address the important elements of wound healing; they absorb exponentially more than gauze, keep wound somewhat moist, and can stay on for 3-7 days. Downsides are that they may not help all wounds (little benefit for arterial ulcers).