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McKesson Hydrocolloid Dressing Thin

McKesson Hydrocolloid Dressing Thin is a sterile primary dressing for wounds with light to moderate exudate that promotes autolytic debridement.

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• Primary or secondary dressing for wounds with light to moderate exudate
• Helps maintain a moist wound environment to assist in autolytic debridement
• When in contact with wound exudate, it forms a fluid/gel environment over the wound bed


McKesson Hydrocolloid Dressing Thin is indicated for the management of partial- and full-thickness wounds such as leg ulcers and pressure injuries. Helps maintain a moist wound healing environment to assist in autolytic debridement and protect the wound from external contamination.


Not intended for use on patients with known hypersensitivities to the components of the dressing or with third-degree burns. Conditions that led to the formation of the wound (pressure, venous insufficiency, etc) must be considered and addressed as part of the total wound care treatment plan. In the presence of infection, use may be continued in combination with appropriate antibiotic therapy and wound monitoring under medical supervision.

How Supplied/Sizing
2"x2", 4"x4", 6"x6".
Product features
cancel Adhesive border
cancel Antimicrobial format available
check_circle Conforms readily to wound
check_circle Cuttable
cancel Freeze-dried
check_circle Gels on contact w/ exudate
cancel Impermeable to outside contaminants
check_circle Moldable
check_circle One-piece removal
cancel Paste
check_circle Self-adhering
check_circle Variety of sizes
Other features
check_circle Educational Material Available
check_circle Free Samples/Trials Available
cancel Published Clinical Article Available
Recommended Use

Non/Minimally Exudating Wounds
Pressure Ulcers
Sloughy Wounds
Venous Ulcers

Removal & Change Frequency

May be left in place for up to 7 days or until such time as periwound skin is at risk of maceration.

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