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Wound Contact Layer Dressing Silicone Rectangle Sterile

  • McKesson One-Sided Contact Layer Dressing
  • Sterile, versatile dressing to be used on a variety of different wounds when used with an outer absorbent dressing
  • Designed for channels to allow exudate to transfer vertically into a secondary absorbent dressing and aid delivery of topical treatments
  • Protects the wound and surrounding skin
  • Can be used as a protective layer on superficial wounds that are not discharging and on areas of skin that are very fragile
  • Prevents an outer dressing from sticking to the wound the skin around the wound
  • Open perforated structure allows exudate to pass vertically into the outer absorbent dressing and enables easy delivery of topical treatments
  • Gentle, silicone gel adhesive
  • Adheres to skin without sticking to moist wound beds
  • One-sided contact layer dressing allows easy application by preventing gloves and scissors from sticking to the dressing
  • Flexible, waterproof polyurethane conforms to the shape of the wound and body contours for comfortable, lasting use
  • Thin, translucent design allows the caregiver to assess the wound progress without having to remove the dressing
  • Allows fewer dressing changes and fewer disturbances to the wound
  • Cut to fit for use on a variety of wounds
  • Ideal for use on many different wounds including skin tears, skin abrasions, blistering and lacerations, surgical wounds, partial thickness burns (excluding third degree burns), leg and foot ulcers
  • Single use only
  • Not Made with Natural Rubber Latex
  • Packaged: 1 Each, 10 Per Box, 4 Boxes Per Case

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Versatel One Silicone Wound Contact Layer Dressing

  • Adheres gently to skin but won't stick to moist wound beds, helping prevent pain during removal
  • Channels allow exudate to transfer vertically into a secondary dressing1 and aid delivery of topical treatments
  • Thin and flexible dressings conform to body contours for a comfortable yet secure seal that minimizes periwound maceration
  • Indications: dry to heavily draining abrasions, chronic wounds such as venous or pressure injuries, first- and second-degree burns, blisters, cuts and lacerations, surgical and trauma wounds
  • Contraindications: third-degree burns, individuals with known sensitivity to silicone, not for surgical implantation

    1. Based on lab testing. Report available upon request.

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