Biatain® Silicone is a soft and flexible absorbent foam dressing with a gentle silicone adhesive wound contact layer which delivers a secure fit without compromising absorption.
• Soft absorbent foam pad and skin-friendly silicone adhesive border
• Semi-permeable film backings that are waterproof and provide bacterial barriers
• Sterile single-use, soft, highly absorbent and conformable polyurethane
• Provides optimal moist wound healing environment
• Adhesive contact layer has a gentle, but secure adhesion
• Non-traumatic removal of dressing
• Effective exudate management
• Minimal skin stripping
Biatain® Silicone is indicated for use on leg ulcers, pressure injuries, non-infected diabetic foot ulcers, second-degree burns, donor sites, post-operative wounds, skin abrasions, local infection, systemic infection, compression therapy.
May be used with Purilon® Gel for autolytic debridement of necrotic tissue.
A health care professional should frequently inspect and manage infected wounds, diabetic wounds and wounds which are solely or partially caused by arterial insufficiency in accordance with local standards.
In case of allergic reactions, please contact Coloplast for further information and directions.
Do not use Biatain® Silicone Foam Dressings with oxidizing solutions (e.g. hypochlorite and hydrogen peroxide solutions). Ensure that any other evaporating solution is completely dried off before dressing application.
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|Secondary dressing required|
|Usable on infected wounds|
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Rinse the wound with lukewarm water or saline solution. Gently dry the skin around the wound. The safe use of other cleansing agents, in combination with this dressing has not been demonstrated.
If any film, cream, ointment or similar product is used, allow the skin to dry before Biatain® Silicone is applied.
Select a dressing sized where the foam pad overlaps the wound edge by a minimum of one to two centimeters.
Remove Biatain® Silicone aseptically from the packaging. Do not touch the plain (non-printed) side of the foam.
Use the handles to prevent touching the dressing and to ensure aseptic application. Remove the center protective film first and place the foam part of the dressing over the wound. Then remove the release films on the sides as part of the dressing application.
The dressing should be changed when clinically indicated or when visible signs of exudates approach the edge of the dressing. The dressing should not be left in place for more then seven days without clinical inspection by a physician.
To remove the dressing, gently lift the corners of the dressing away from the wound. It is recommended to loosen the adhesive border before lifting the dressing away from the wound.
Coloplast develops products and services that make life easier for people with very personal and private medical conditions. Our business includes ostomy care, urology and continence care, and wound and skin care.