ACTICOAT* Flex 3 is a highly conformable dressing that follows the body's contours to maintain contact with the wound surface. Can be used as a wound contact layer with NPWT for up to 3 days.
• Proprietary silver technology
• Broad spectrum antimicrobial activity against over 150 organisms including 200 strains of MRSA and 5 organisms that carry the NDM-1 enzyme (in vitro)
• Three day wear time
• Provides bactericidal activity within 30 minutes
• May help reduce the risk of infection
• Can be used on extensive body surface area wounds and over debrided wounds
• Can be cut to size
• Can be used as a wound contact layer with NPWT for up to 3 days
ACTICOAT* Flex 3 is indicated as an antimicrobial barrier for management of partial- and full-thickness wounds including pressure injuries, venous ulcers, diabetic ulcers, ulcers, first- and second-degree burns, covering of grafts, and surgical sites.
Do not use on patients with a known sensitivity to silver. During MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) examination, remove from area within the anatomical field being imaged. Prior to administering radiation therapy, remove ACTICOAT*. A new dressing can be applied following treatment.
For external use only. ACTICOAT* is not compatible with oil-based products, such as petrolatum. Avoid contact with electrodes or conductive gels during electronic measurements (eg, EEG and ECG).
ACTICOAT* should only be used on premature infants (less than 37 weeks gestation) when the clinical benefit outweighs potential risks. No clinical data is available in this age group and only limited data is available for use in neonates.
ACTICOAT* is not intended to provide sole treatment for infected wounds.
ACTICOAT* may be used on infected wounds which are being managed per local clinical protocol.
May cause transient discoloring of surrounding skin.
Avoid exposure to temperatures above 120°F (50°C). Protect from light.
|Absorptive dressing format|
|Alginate dressing format|
|Antimicrobial effects up to 48 hours|
|Antimicrobial effects up to 3 days||●|
|Antimicrobial effects up to 7 days|
|Collagen dressing format|
|Composite dressing format|
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|Foam dressing format|
|Gauze or non-woven dressing format|
|Gelling fiber 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|
|Educational Material Available||●|
|Free Samples/Trials Available||●|
|Published Clinical Article Available||●|
First- and Second-Degree Burns
Moderate/Highly Exudating Wounds
Non/Minimally Exudating Wounds
For detailed product information, including indications for use, contraindications, precautions, and warnings, please consult the product's Instructions for Use (IFU) prior to use.
ACTICOAT* Flex 3 Dressings can be used under compression therapy. Regularly check dressing system and change if strikethrough occurs. ACTICOAT* Flex 3 Dressings can be used as a wound contact layer with NPWT for up to 3 days.
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