ALLEVYN* Ag Non-Adhesive Dressing is a hydrocellular absorbent pad containing SSD, providing sustained, controlled silver release at bactericidal levels. Indicated for use on exuding wounds. Seven-day wear time.
ALLEVYN* Non-Adhesive Hydrocellular Dressing is water/bacteria-proof. Indicated for moderate to high exudating wounds. Hydrocellular structure allows for the formation and maintenance of a moist wound environment.
Biatain® Foam Dressings manage low to high wound exudate levels. Ideal under compression. Optimal absorption and retentive foam. Available with or without adhesive border. Skin-friendly, hydrocolloid-based adhesive border reduces need for secondary dressing.
CovaWound™ Silicone is an absorbent, atraumatic dressing consisting of a soft silicone adhesive that does not stick to the surface of a wound or cause epidermal stripping or pain upon removal, an absorbent core of polyurethane foam and a vapor-permeable polyurethane membrane which acts as a barrier to liquid and microorganisms.
Cutimed® Siltec® Plus features a perforated silicone wound contact surface that allows adherence to the periwound skin but not to the moist wound bed or newly formed epithelial tissue. Foam dressing and superabsorbent stripes are designed to absorb and lock away excess fluid inside the dressing.
Curaline DevraSorb™ Dressings take in fluid upon contact, absorbing 15 times and retaining 10 times their weight in fluid. Breathable, semi-permeable polyurethane film backing. Available in adhesive and non-adhesive.
Hydrofera BLUE® READY-Transfer is a non-cytotoxic polyurethane dressing that has no film backing. Exudate is transferrred into a secondary absorbent dressing. Ideal for use with total contact casting and compression.
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