Absorbent (DagB) wound dressing combines Dermanet® Ag, multilayered specialty absorptive pad and Transeal® polyurethane. Ideal for use on surgical incisions, lacerations, and vascular access sites.
• Inhibits bacterial cell division to eliminate the development of resistance
• Will not adhere to wound upon removal or pull sutures or staples
• Non-staining, non-irritating and not made with natural rubber latex for patient comfort
• Does not require sterile water to activate antimicrobial action
• Ionic silver provides complete an even distribution of treatment
• Waterproof so the patient can shower or bathe
• Antimicrobial activity for up to five days
• Absorbent pad for draining wounds
• Easy application and removal
Dermanet® Ag+ Border is indicated for the management of surgical site incisions. May also be used for the management of multiple wounds including: pressure ulcers, venous ulcers, dermal lesions (or secreting skin injuries), burn injuries, donor sites, graft sites, lacerations, surgical incisions, or vascular access sites.
When visible signs of infection are present in the wound, Absorbent Dermanet® Ag+ Border (DagB) may only be used when proper systemic treatment addresses the cause of the infection. Absorbent Dermanet® Ag+ Border (DagB) is for external use and may not be surgically implanted. Discontinue use if signs of sensitivity appear. Do not use on patients with known sensitivity to alginates or third-degree burns.
Non/Minimally Exudating Wounds
Vascular Access Sites
Clean and thoroughly dry the wound site. Peel release liner from center of the dressing while aligning the Absorbent Dermanet® Ag+ Border (DagB) center over the site. Press dressing into place. Remove the "Top Clear Carrier Film" by lifting away at the tab.
Change as needed based on exudate or at least every five days. To remove, gently grasp a corner on the edge of the dressing and slowly pull the dressing from the skin in the direction of hair growth.
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