ALLEVYN* Gentle Border is a water/bacteria-proof silicone adhesive dressing indicated for moderately to highly exudating wounds. Hydrocellular structure allows for a moist wound environment. Remains in place and will not stick to the wound surface.
ALLEVYN* Gentle Border Sacrum is a silicone gel adhesive hydrocellular foam dressing incorporating unique triple-action technology and has a unique tail design which allows the dressing to fit around the gluteal fold.
AMERX® Bordered Foam Dressings feature sterile, high performance polyurethane foam that is able to absorb large amounts of wound fluid for complete exudate management. Breathable, self-adhesive border provides a barrier to outside contaminants.
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™ Foam (Non-Adherent Foam Dressing with Adhesive Border) is a non-adherent foam dressing composed of a soft, conformable, highly absorbent polyurethane foam with a breathable polyurethane film and an adhesive, breathable polyurethane border. The outer layer protects against eschar formation and is also waterproof, protecting against external contamination while maintaining a moist wound environment.
CovaWound™ Silicone (Self-Adherent Soft Silicone Foam Dressing with Border) 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 non-woven fabric and a vapor-permeable membrane which acts as a barrier to liquid and microorganisms.
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