INTRASITE* Gel is a sterile, amorphous hydrogel dressing that gently rehydrates necrotic tissue, facilitating autolytic debridement. Gel absorbs exudate and creates a moist wound environment. No preservatives.
• Applipak system provides simple, directable and controlled application even in awkward wound sites
• Absorbs slough and exudate without damaging fragile granulation tissue
• Range of sizes available for different wound sizes
• Creates a moist wound management environment
• Rehydrates necrotic tissue and aids debridement
INTRASITE* Gel Hydrogel Wound Dressing is indicated for the treatment of minor conditions such as minor burns, superficial lacerations, cuts and abrasions (partial-thickness wounds), and skin tears.
Under the direction of a health care professional, INTRASITE* Gel can be used for the management of venous ulcers, surgical incisions, diabetic foot ulcers, and pressure injuries (including stage 4).
Contraindicated for use on patients with a known sensitivity to INTRASITE* Gel or any of its ingredients.
INTRASITE* Gel should be used with care in the vicinity of the eyes and in deep wounds with narrow openings (eg, fistulas) where removal of the gel may be difficult. INTRASITE* Gel is for external use only and should not be taken internally.
Remove secondary dressing. Irrigate wound with sterile saline solution to clean wound site. Remove blue protective cap from the nozzle. Swab the snap-off tip and nozzle of the pack with a suitable antiseptic swab. Snap the patterned tip off the nozzle. Keeping the nozzle tip clear of the wound surface, gently press the bowl of the pack to dispense gel into the wound. Smooth INTRASITE* Gel over surface of wound to a depth of approximately 5mm (0.2"). Discard any unused gel. Cover with a secondary dressing of choice.
INTRASITE* Gel can be removed from the wound by rinsing with sterile saline solution. On necrotic and sloughy wounds, it is recommended that the dressing is changed at least every 3 days. On clean granulating wounds, the frequency of dressing changes depends on the clinical condition of the wound and the amount of exudate produced.
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