TRITEC™ Active Fluid Management® (AFM®) technology dressings draw excess exudate away from the wound while keeping the periwound skin dry for an optimal healing environment.
• Continuously pumps excess exudate away from the wound bed to help prevent maceration
• Keeps the wound bed evenly moist for optimal healing conditions
• Remains intact when exposed to fluid and during removal
• Causes less disturbance to the wound bed due to fewer dressing changes
• May be used under compression
TRITEC™ dressings are indicated for lightly to heavily exuding acute and chronic wounds such as partial-thickness burns, incisions, skin grafts, donor sites, lacerations, abrasions, stage 2-4 pressure injuries, venous ulcers, and diabetic ulcers.
TRITEC™ dressings are not approved for use directly on full-thickness burns. The Active Fluid Management® performance of TRITEC™ dressings may be impaired by use with petrolatum-based ointments.
TRITEC™ dressings should be stored at temperatures less than 131˚F. Keep dry.
|Antimicrobial format available|
|Color change w/ moisture activation|
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|Secondary dressing required||●|
|Usable on infected wounds|
|Variety of sizes||●|
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TRITEC™ dressings can be used throughout the healing process. Prepare the wound bed according to clinical protocol such as debridement and/or cleaning and rinsing with sterile saline or water. Remove the dressing from the package and apply to the wound with the printed side of the dressing away from the wound. Optimal performance of TRITEC™ dressings requires direct contact with the wound. If required, TRITEC™ dressings can be cut to various shapes and sizes. TRITEC™ dressings can be secured with an appropriate dressing such as roll gauze, adhesive border gauze, composite island dressing, transparent film, or tape. TRITEC™ dressings can be used under compression.
TRITEC™ dressings should be changed when clinically indicated or as prescribed by a health care professional. Carefully remove the fixative and the dressing from the wound. Normally the dressing does not adhere to the wound. If adherence is observed, the dressing can be moistened with sterile saline or water to ease removal.
Apply any secondary dressing (such as gauze, absorbent cotton pads, foam, or compression wraps) if needed.
Milliken Healthcare Products is the manufacturer of an innovative portfolio of wound and burn care dressings which provide unique value through Active Fluid Management® (AFM®) technology.