- Create suitable environment for wound healing
- Dual MMP inhibition to help initiate healing in stalled/chronic wounds and encourage granulation
- Non-adherent characteristics minimize irritation and trauma when performing dressing changes
Secondary dressings are necessary.
Indications for Use
Partial and full thickness wounds, including:
- Pressure (stage I-IV) and venous ulcers
- Ulcers caused by mixed vascular etiologies
- Venous stasis and diabetic ulcers
- 1st and 2nd degree burns
- Cuts and abrasions
- Surgical wounds
Primary Dressing: Dermacol
- Made of collagen, sodium alginate, carboxyl methylcellulose and ethylenediamine-tetraacetic acid (EDTA).
- Transforms into a soft gel sheet when in contact with wound exudates.
- Maintains a moist wound environment, and creates ideal conditions for healing. May be trimmed and layered for management of deep wounds.
Secondary Dressing: Xeroform
- Fine mesh gauze occlusive dressing impregnated with petrolatum and 3% Xeroform (Bismuth Tribromophenate).
- Non-adherent; maintains a moist wound environment.
- Clings and conforms to all body contours.
Supportive Dressing: Bordered Gauze
- Absorptive dressing consisting of three layers: low adherent layer protects the wound surface, absorbent gauze layer absorbs exudate, and a non-woven adhesive tape holds the dressing in place.
- Maintains a moist wound environment. Soft and flexible. Easily conforms to wound sites that are difficult to dress. Gentle on skin.
- Ideal for daily use as a primary or secondary dressing.
5ml Cleanser (bottle with saline solutions)
One pair of unsterile Gloves (Size L)