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Biatain® Silicone Fit

Biatain® Silicone Fit is a 5-layer bordered silicone foam dressing designed for both pressure injury prevention and wound treatment. Matches the shape and depth of the wound bed up to 2cm deep, leaving minimal dead space where exudate can pool and helping to minimize the risk of infection. Also embraces the body's natural form with a gentle border for patient comfort and is optimized to stay in place during wear.

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Coloplast Corp.

Coloplast's mission is to make life easier for people with intimate health care needs. Globally, their business areas include ostomy care, continence care, wound and skin care, interventional urology and voice and respiratory care.
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Stays on for at least five reapplications over three days to help prevent pressure injuries and skin damage
Includes an optimized border design to minimize edge rolling during application and reapplication
Reduces friction and shear forces and redistributes pressure
Designed with tapered edges as well as twin tips and slits for flexibility and improved adhesion
Matches the shape and depth of the wound up to 2cm, minimizing exudate pooling and lowering the risk of infection and maceration
Vertically absorbs and retains exudate, even under compression, reducing the risk of leakage and maceration


Biatain® Silicone Fit is intended for moist wound healing and exudate management and may also be used as part of pressure injury prevention therapy.

Biatain® Silicone Fit:
• Is indicated for a wide range of low- to highly exuding wounds. This includes acute wounds such as donor sites, post-operative wounds and traumatic wounds; and chronic wounds such as leg ulcers, pressure ulcers and non-infected diabetic foot ulcers.
• May be used to prevent post-operative blistering.
• May be used as part of prophylactic therapy to prevent skin damage such as pressure injuries.

Warnings and Precautions

Do not re-use the single use product as cross contamination may occur, potentially leading to infection.
Reprocessing, washing, disinfection and/or resterilization may compromise product characteristics, causing additional risk of physical harm or infection to the user.
A health care professional should frequently inspect and manage infected wounds, diabetic wounds and wounds which are solely or partially caused by arterial insufficiency, in accordance with local guidelines.
Do not use the product with oxidizing solutions e.g. hypochlorite and hydrogen peroxide solutions, as this may cause product degeneration which may lead to deterioration of the wound. Ensure that any other evaporating solution is completely dried off before applying the product.
The use of dressings as part of pressure injury prevention therapy does not preclude the need to continue to develop and follow a comprehensive pressure ulcer prevention protocol, i.e. support surfaces, positioning, nutrition, hydration, skin care, mobility and regular controls.
Do not cut the foam part of the product as this may lead to wound deterioration due to product residues left in the wound.
Do not use if package is damaged, as sterility of the product may have been compromised, potentially leading to infection.
Keep away from sunlight as it may impact product performance which may lead to maceration.

Adverse Effects/Reactions

The product is not made with natural rubber latex, however rare contamination with trace amounts of natural rubber latex during manufacturing or packaging may occur, potentially leading to allergic reactions in patients with known or suspected allergies to natural rubber latex.
Possible side-effects related to the use of wound dressings may include: skin irritation/inflammation, allergic skin reaction, maceration, pain, hyper granulation, and blistering.

Storage Requirements

Keep away from sunlight and heat. Store in a horizontal position.

How Supplied/Sizing
3"x3", 4"x4", 4"x8", 4"x10", 4"x12", 5"x5", 6"x6", 7"x7". Multishape: 4.6"x7". Heel: 7.2"x6.6". Sacral: 6"x7.2", 8.1"x9.5". Product is currently only available in the USA. Availability in other global geographies is dependent on local regulatory approval.
Product features
check_circle Adhesive border
cancel Antimicrobial format available
cancel Compatible w/ topicals
cancel Cuttable
check_circle Flexible
check_circle Intact when saturated
check_circle Moisture vapor permeable
cancel Odor-reducing
check_circle One-piece removal
check_circle Pressure redistribution
cancel Secondary dressing required
check_circle Self-adhering
check_circle Silicone-based adhesive
cancel Surfactant impregnated
cancel Usable on infected wounds
check_circle Variety of sizes
Other features
check_circle Educational Material Available
check_circle Free Samples/Trials Available
cancel Published Clinical Article Available
Recommended Use

Acute Wounds
Chronic Wounds
Deep Wounds
Dehisced Wounds
Diabetic Foot
Granulating/Epithelializing Wounds
Moderate/Highly Exudating Wounds
Pressure Ulcers
Sloughy Wounds
Superficial Wounds
Surgical Wounds
Venous Ulcers

Mode of Use/Application

Cleanse the wound and periwound skin in accordance with local guidelines, e.g. lukewarm water or physiological saline solution. Gently dry the periwound skin. If any film, cream, ointment or similar product is used, allow the periwound skin to dry before applying the product.

Select a product where the foam overlaps the wound edge by approximately 1-2cm. When used for pressure injury prevention, ensure that the foam covers the area at risk of pressure injury/skin damage. Open the pouch and pick up the product from the packaging. Use the protective films to avoid touching the adhesive side and to ensure aseptic application. Remove the center protective film. Apply the adhesive side towards the wound/skin. Remove the remaining protective films, one at a time, and smooth as you remove the protective film. Gently run your fingers around the edge of the product to ensure an even and smooth fit to the skin. 

For pressure injury prevention only:
As part of pressure injury prevention, the skin can be inspected by gently lifting part of the product. After inspection reapply the product and ensure an even and smooth fit to the skin.

Removal & Change Frequency

The product should be changed when clinically indicated, when visible signs of exudate approach the edge of the foam or after 7 days. When used for pressure injury prevention, the product may be left in place until a change is required according to accepted clinical practice. Loosen the adhesive border before gently lifting the product away from the wound and removing the product. If the product is difficult to remove, it should be moistened with water or physiological saline solution until it removes easily.


A vapor permeable top film which is bacteria- and waterproof
A tissue layer
A super absorber
An absorbent polyurethane foam
A perforated silicone adhesive
A turquoise protective film

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