ColActive® Plus is a collagen wound dressing that will transform into a soft gel sheet when in contact with wound exudates.
• EDTA and fish-derived collagen in ColActive® Plus target and deactivate elevated MMP Activity
• Alginate and CMC in ColActive® Plus allow the dressing to absorb up to 20 times its weight in wound drainage while still maintaining an optimal moisture balance for wound closure
• ColActive® Plus has over ten years of clinical success in treating chronic stalled wounds
ColActive® Plus is indicated for management of full- and partial-thickness wounds including: pressure injuries, diabetic ulcers, ulcers caused by mixed vascular etiologies, venous ulcers, donor and graft sites, abrasions, traumatic wounds healing by secondary intention, dehisced surgical wounds, first- and second-degree burns.
ColActive® Plus dressings should not be used on patients with a known allergy or sensitivity to animal derived collagen, any other ingredient or on third-degree burns.
Store at room temperature. Avoid direct sunlight and moisture. Do not use if package is damaged.
|Antimicrobial format available||●|
|Compatible w/ topicals||●|
|Conforms readily to wound||●|
|Gels on contact w/ exudate||●|
|Limited shelf life|
|Secondary dressing required||●|
|Usable on infected wounds|
|Variety of sizes||●|
Moderate/Highly Exudating Wounds
Non/Minimally Exudating Wounds
1. Debride and irrigate the wound bed with an appropriate wound cleanser or distilled water before application.
2. Cut the dressing to fit the exact wound size. For heavily exudating wounds, apply the dressing directly to the wound bed. For dry wounds with very little exudate, moisten the wound bed with distilled water to begin the gelling process.
3. Cover the ColActive® Plus with an appropriate secondary dressing.
4. Change dressings daily or as good nursing practice dictates.
HARTMANN USA shares the 200-year legacy of the HARTMANN GROUP, an international health care solutions company that has made substantial medical advancements in wound care and skin health.