Hydrocolloid dressings consist of a wound contact layer of hydrocolloids. The top layer is a semi-permeable, polyurethane film backing, which allows for circulation of O2, CO2 and water vapor, while excluding germs and water to protect the wound from external contamination.
Type of dressing: Primary and secondary dressing.
Change frequency: Up to 7 days.
Propriety gelling formulation.
Flexible, low-friction film backing.
Used for the management of light to moderately exuding partial and full thickness wounds including: Pressure ulcers, donor sites, dermatological excisions, diabetic ulcers, second-degree burns, surgical wounds, leg ulcers, traumatic wounds.
Contraindications: Third-degree burns or on individuals who are sensitive to or who have had an allergic reaction to the dressing or its components.
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