Aquacel Ag Silver Hydrofiber Wound Dressing 15cm x 15cm x 1
Aquacel Ag Silver Hydrofiber Wound Dressings can kill a broad spectrum of wound pathogens in the dressing that can cause infection including MRSA, VRE and Pseudomonas aeruginosa and aids in reducing the wound bioburden Bacteria and other harmful wound exudate components are locked within the gelled AQUACEL Ag dressing fibres, where the ionic silver contained within the dressing kills them Clinical Benefits: - Supports moist wound healing environment - Contains ionic silver which can kill a broad spectrum of wound pathogens that can cause infection ? including MRSA, VRE and Pseudomonas aeruginosa - Absorbs and retains higher levels of exudate than most alginates and gauze - Reduces maceration by locking exudate into its fibres and away from the skin - Cohesive gel allows easy, atraumatic removal - Soft and conformable allowing intimate contact with the wound surface. This reduces dead space where bacteria may reside Indications: Aquacel Ag dressing is indicated as a primary dressing for moderately to heavily exuding wounds where there is an infection or an increased risk of infection Chronic wounds: leg ulcers, pressure ulcers, diabetic ulcers and fungating lesions Acute wounds: post-surgical wounds, abrasions, lacerations and partial thickness burns Potential applications: - Excised abscesses - Excised pilonidal cysts - Cavity wounds - absorbs exudate and microorganisms - Sinus tracts (post-procedure) - Suture lines - Burns/abrasions - Pin (ortho) and tube (g-tube, PEG) sites - Finger/Toe degloving - Circumcision sites
- Aquacel Ag Silver Hydrofiber Wound Dressing 15cm x 15cm x 1
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