Hydrofera Blue CLASSIC® improves epithelialization while wicking exudate and debris from the wound bed, resulting in a multifaceted, non-toxic healing environment that kills bacteria and reduces bioburden. Non-cytotoxic.
• Broad-spectrum antibacterial protection
• Rapid wicking and exudate retention
• Aids in autolytic debridement
• Flattens epibole edges
Hydrofera Blue CLASSIC® is intended as an external dressing for use in local management of wounds such as pressure injuries, donor sites, venous stasis ulcers, arterial ulcers, diabetic ulcers, abrasions, lacerations, superficial burns, post-surgical incisions, and other external wounds inflicted by trauma.
The dressings are not indicated for third-degree burns.
This material is not an implant.
Keep dry. Keep away from heat.
Methylene blue (less than or equal to 0.00025 g/g)
Gentian violet (less than or equal to 0.00025 g/g)
Moderate/Highly Exudating Wounds
Non/Minimally Exudating Wounds
Prior to the initial application of the dressing, the wound should be debrided of any necrotic tissue. The wound should be cleansed with normal saline and/or an appropriate wound cleansing solution.
Open the dressing package, keeping the dressing on the inside of the package. The dressing may be cut with sterile scissors to fit the wound bed. An appropriate liquid barrier film wipe may be used on the periwound skin. If the wound presents with surrounding erythema or rolled wound edges (epibole), the dressing should be larger than the wound to cover the periwound skin. Moisten the dressing with sterile saline or sterile water, and squeeze out the excess. Apply the dressing to the wound. The dressing may be folded or layered to ensure desired fit. NOTE: Hydrofera Blue CLASSIC® dressings with moisture retentive film may not be folded or layered. Secure with secondary dressing to prevent displacement and to maintain moisture content.
The dressing can be left in place for up to 3 days, depending on the clinical condition of the wound. Duration of use is determined by health care provider and depends on wound type and conditions.
It is important to choose the correct secondary dressing depending on wound exudate. Examples of secondary dressings include: transparent film, impregnated gauze, foam dressing, absorbent pad, or gauze.
PVA foam and 2 organic dyes, methylene blue and gentian violet.