Comfort Release® Adhesive Transparent Dressings' center transparent windows are made of thin polyurethane material with a low level of adhesion, are waterproof and highly breathable for better wound healing and skin health. Border areas are made of a non-woven film with a strong acrylic adhesive with triggered easy release when used as directed.
• Minimizes pain and trauma during removal and at dressing changes when used as directed
• Limits the risk of damaging newly formed tissue
• Transparent for easy inspection
• Conforms well to body contours, promoting patient comfort during wear time
• Low potential for skin irritation and allergy
• Leaves no residue
Comfort Release® Adhesive Transparent Dressings are designed to protect fragile and sensitive skin and minimize the risk of skin tears and breakdown.
The manufacturer has identified no absolute contraindications to the use of Comfort Release®, other than a known allergy to acrylic-based adhesives, or rubbing alcohol (used for dressing removal).
The presence of clinical infection does not preclude the use of Comfort Release® provided that appropriate antimicrobial therapy is also provided. Do not reuse dressings.
Store in a sealed pouch, in a cool and dry place at room temperature 59°F-86°F (15°C-30°C); avoid moisture and sunlight.
Non/Minimally Exudating Wounds
Made especially for frail elderly, immunocompromised, or sensitive skin. Apply to clean, dry skin free of lotions or oils. You may use soap and water or alcohol prep pads to cleanse the periwound skin, then let it dry, prior to application.
To remove, simply swipe the dry border area with rubbing alcohol - it is recommended to use one or two pads for each dressing. Large alcohol prep pads are enclosed with some product boxes or will need to be purchased separately. The clear window film can be removed without any discomfort and without rubbing alcohol due to its low skin bonding. Interval between dressing changes should be determined by the degree of wound exudate produced; the dressing may be left undisturbed for several days on clean, lightly exuding wounds. Recommended wear time: one to three days, or as directed by the provider.
You may apply Comfort Release® Transparent dressing over a therapeutic pad, such as Manuka Honey, collagen, or bioengineered skin substitute.
Transparent dressings come in 3 sizes and are waterproof, yet highly breathable. The dressings are constructed with a plant-based polymer added to a medical grade acrylic adhesive that allows for more secure adhesion to the skin but releases from the skin painlessly and trauma-free, like a soft silicone adhesive (when removed as directed).
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