• Constructed of spandex/nylon and silicone
• Malleable, conforms to body shape and movement
• Lightweight, comfortable to wear
• Non-binding under clothing
• Extremely gentle to dermis
• Gas permeable
• Extended Wear
• May be washed with mild soap and water and re-applied
• Stabilizes tissue in and around the wound
• Inhibits mechanical interruption of wound healing
• Promotes faster healing
• Minimizes incisional pain
The DermaHug was originally intended for use on patients with pilonidal cysts, but can be used for other incisional or chronic wounds. DermaHug products can be worn continuously for several weeks. DermaHug is hydrophobic; it can be worn in the bath or shower. Adjustable, removable, and can be reapplied. lf soiled, it should be removed and washed with mild soap and water, rinsed with water, patted dry, then reapplied.
Allow preps and alcohol to completely dry before application.
Do not place over patient's airways.
Not to be used intra-wound.
Do not use ointments, creams, or powders under the device as it may interfere with the performance of
Store at temperatures of 10°C-27°C (50°F-80°F) and relative humidity of 40%-60%.
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Moderate/Highly Exudating Wounds
Non/Minimally Exudating Wounds
The DermaHug is used in conjunction with a sterile dressing. Apply the sterile dressing first. After the sterile dressing has been applied, remove backing to expose the silicone gel. Once backing is removed, apply gel-side first to one side of the wound and smooth down to the skin. Holding the applied side, gently stretch the device over to the other side and attach to dermis. Smooth the entire device down on the skin. Check that the wound dressing is completely covered by the DermaHug material.
Peeling back slowly, remove the DermaHug slowly while supporting the skin with the other hand.
Silicone backed nylon/spandex fabric
Ultra Wound Care, Inc. develops care products to manage chronic and surgical wounds.