CovaWound™ Alginate (Alginate Dressing)
CovaWound™ Alginate dressings are highly absorptive, high integrity products to manage moderate to heavily exudating partial- and full-thickness wounds.
• Dressing conforms to the contours of the wound and provides a micro-environment that facilitates wound healing
CovaWound™ Alginate dressing may be applied to moderate to heavily exuding wounds like partial-thickness burns; donor sites; leg, pressure, arterial, diabetic and venous stasis ulcers; cavity wounds; post-surgical incisions; trauma wounds; and most other granulating wounds.
Dressing should not be used on dry or lightly exuding wounds or on patients with sensitivity to calcium alginate or with other known allergic skin conditions.
Dressing may be used on wounds that show signs of infection or contamination provided dressings are changed daily. If infection is present, consult a physician.
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|Conforms readily to wound|
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|Secondary dressing required||●|
|Usable on infected wounds|
|Variety of sizes||●|
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|Free Samples/Trials Available||●|
|Published Clinical Article Available|
Moderate/Highly Exudating Wounds
Before applying dressing, the wound area should be thoroughly cleansed with wound cleanser or normal saline. If necessary, the wound should be debrided. Dressing maybe trimmed to fit the wound size. Apply dressing to wound surface; deep wounds should be loosely packed with CovaWound™ Alginate roped. Cover the dressing with an appropriate secondary dressing and secure.
May be used as a secondary dressing to ColActive® Plus (Collagen Matrix Dressing) or ColActive® Plus Ag (Collagen Matrix Dressing with Silver).
Covalon Technologies develops, commercializes and licenses breakthrough technologies in wound management to companies and distributors all over the world. Products include the patented line of ColActive® bioactive wound dressings, which recently expanded to included an advanced wound contact layer.