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OVERVIEW

An adhesive wound contact dressing that absorbs light to moderate drainage. This dressing may be used alone or in combination with other wound care products as directed by your healthcare professional.

INDICATIONS
1. Light to heavily exuding wounds
2. Pressure ulcers
3. Venous/arterial leg ulcers
4. Superficial wounds
5. Post-surgical wounds
6. Protective use

CONTRAINDICATIONS
1. Discontinue use if allergic symptoms appear
2. Do not use on infected wounds
3. Do not use on wounds with sinus tracts
4. Do not use on deep wounds or third-degree burns


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ADHESIVE

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PRIMARY DRESSING

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FOR SUPERFICIAL WOUNDS

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OCCLUSIVE

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LATEX-FREE

Light to Heavy Absorption Icon

LIGHT TO MODERATE ABSORPTION

Wear Up To 7 Days Icon

WEAR UP TO 7 DAYS

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ETHYLENE OXIDE STERILIZED


Hydrocolloid Dressings

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Adhesive Flexible Wound Care

proprietary gelling formulation with flexible, low-friction film backing

Abena’s Hydrocolloid Dressings act as a barrier to the wound against bacterial, viral, and other external contamination, which helps minimize potential exposure to nosocomial or infectious agents. The dressing features a protective waterproof film, an adhesive layer, and easy removal tabs. The waterproof film provides thermal insulation and helps lower the risk of infection by preventing bacteria from going inside. The adhesive layer features polymers which enhance the dressing’s ability to contain wound exudate by forming a cohesive gel. When saturated with exudate, the level of adhesion to the wound is reduced, allowing for easy removal.

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APPLICATION GUIDE

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Step 1

Carefully clean the wound and its surrounding area with sterile water or saline solution and dry the surrounding skin gently.

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Step 2

Select the right size of dressing for the wound area. Carefully open the sterile pouch to remove the dressing inside.

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Step 3

While avoiding contact with the adhesive area, carefully pry open the two protective plastic films from the pad side of the dressing.

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Step 4

Center the dressing over the wound, all the while avoiding contact with the sterile adhesive area, then gently smooth into place.

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