Exuderm™ LP has a low profile, low residue design to protect against skin breakdown or dress superficial wounds. Manages up to light exudate.
• Low profile design
• Smooth outer surface helps protect skin from shear and friction
• Creates a moist environment to encourage wounds to heal
• Conforms to difficult body contours
• Not made with natural rubber latex
Under the supervision of a health care professional, Exuderm™ LP may be used for the management of dry to lightly exudating partial- and full-thickness pressure injuries, venous stasis ulcers, arterial ulcers, leg ulcers of mixed etiology, diabetic ulcers, surgical wounds, donor sites, dermatological excisions, second-degree burns, and traumatic wounds.
Contraindicated for use on third-degree burns or individuals who are sensitive to or have had an allergic reaction to Exuderm™ dressings or their components.
Store in a cool, dry place. Avoid refrigeration and exposure to high humidity.
Non/Minimally Exudating Wounds
Cleanse wound using sterile saline or other appropriate wound cleanser, such as Skintegrity® Cleanser. Gently dry the surrounding skin and ensure it is free of any residue. Apply a skin protectant, if appropriate, and allow to dry completely. Choose a dressing shape that extends 1" to 1(1/4)" beyond the wound edges. Remove the dressing from the pouch and remove 1 side of the liner. Place the exposed adhesive portion onto the skin. Remove the last part of the liner and smooth the remaining portion of the dressing down over skin. Place your hand over the dressing and mold it into place for at least 1 minute.
Press down on the skin outside of the dressing and gently lift an edge. Working around the dressing, gently loosen the remaining adhered edge from the skin. If necessary, an adhesive remover wipe can be used to facilitate gentle removal of the dressing.
Change frequency: Up to 7 days, depending on amount of drainage.
Not made with natural rubber latex material
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