Silverlon® Wound & Burn Contact Dressings & Elastic Wraps contain high levels of ionic silver. Indicated for acute and chronic partial- and full-thickness wounds, and surgical incisions.
• Designed for placement directly on the wound surface
• Provides a topical antimicrobial surface that is effective out to 2 to 4 millimeters from the wound surface
For OTC use, Silverlon® Wound & Burn Contact Dressing may be used for: minor abrasions, cuts, lacerations, scrapes, scalds and burns.
Under the supervision of a health care professional, Silverlon® Wound & Burn Contact Dressing may be used for: dermal, pressure, diabetic and venous insufficiency ulcers; superficial (first-degree) and partial-thickness (second-degree) burns; donor and graft sites; acute wounds; lacerations; abrasions; traumatic wounds; surgical wounds; dehisced wounds.
Contraindicated for use on individuals with a known sensitivity to nylon or silver.
Do not remove the Silverlon® Wound & Burn Contact Dressing while dry or if Silverlon® is sticking. If sticking occurs, rewet and saturate the Silverlon® Dressing waiting until it can easily be removed.
Choose a Silverlon® dressing that covers the wound bed and up to 1cm-2cm (1/2"-1") of normal skin around the wound. Moisten Silverlon® with clean water or saline and wring out excess. Place silver side down onto the wound. The effectiveness of the dressing is increased by wetting Silverlon®.
Remove and dispose of the outer absorbent cover dressings as necessary. Gently remove Silverlon®. If wound or dressing appears dry, add water or saline to the dressing. The dressing may be left in place for up to seven days.
For exudating wounds, cover with an appropriate absorbent dressing. For dry wounds, use with a moisture donating dressing, such as a hydrogel, pre-moistened foam or gauze, or other moisture control dressing.
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