Sorbact® Absorption Dressing
Sorbact® Absorption Dressing is a microbe-binding wound dressing consisting of a Sorbact® wound contact layer combined with an absorbent core and a white backing layer.
• Absorbs and retains exudate
• Can be used in compression therapy
Sorbact® Absorption Dressing is intended for use in the management of clean, colonized, contaminated or infected wounds with moderate to high exudate levels, such as surgical wounds, traumatic wounds, pressure ulcers, diabetic ulcers and foot and leg ulcers.
No known contraindications for use.
|Absorptive dressing format||●|
|Alginate dressing format|
|Antimicrobial effects up to 3 days|
|Antimicrobial effects up to 48 hours|
|Antimicrobial effects up to 7 days||●|
|Collagen dressing format|
|Composite dressing format|
|Contact layer dressing format|
|Foam dressing format|
|Gauze or non-woven dressing format|
|Hydrogel (amorphous) dressing format|
|Hydrogel (impregnated) dressing format|
|Hydrogel (sheet) dressing format|
|Impermeable to outside contaminants|
|Impregnated dressing format|
|Moisture vapor permeable|
|Secondary dressing required||●|
|Super absorbent polymers|
|Sustained release formula|
|Transparent film dressing format|
|Wound filler dressing format|
Prepare the wound according to local clinical practice. Select an appropriate dressing size for the wound. The wound pad should overlap the wound margins by at least 2cm. Remove the dressing from the pouch using an aseptic technique. Apply the dressing. Ensure that the green contact layer comes into direct contact with the entire wound surface. Apply an appropriate secondary dressing.
The dressing change frequency depends on the exudate levels and overall condition of the wound and surrounding skin. Should the clinical condition allow, the dressing can be left in place for up to seven days.
IHT aggregates FDA-cleared products into synergistic, clinically proven, cost-effective wound care systems using NPWT and proprietary dressings for chronic wound treatment and prevention and treatment of post-incisional wounds.