Hydrotac Dressings (No Border) Sterile 6cm Round B10

Item No. 1386751
A unique absorbent foam dressing with a net shaped hydrogel wound contact layer, HydroTac® can be used for the treatment of slight to moderately exuding wounds as it offers sufficient absorption with top film water vapour permeability, to provide an optimal moist wound environment to support
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A unique absorbent foam dressing with a net shaped hydrogel wound contact layer, HydroTac® can be used for the treatment of slight to moderately exuding wounds as it offers sufficient absorption with top film water vapour permeability, to provide an optimal moist wound environment to support effective wound healing.

For dry wounds, the net shaped hydrogel wound contact layer provides moisture as required, rehydrating the wound bed. Both HydroTac® and HydroTac® Comfort are indicated for the treatment of wounds in the granulation and epithelialisation stage of healing.

HydroTac®

The hydrophilic foam dressing coated with a hydrogel net
A unique absorbent foam dressing with a net shaped hydrogel wound contact layer, HydroTac® can be used for the treatment of slight to moderately exuding wounds as it offers sufficient absorption with top film water vapour permeability, to provide an optimal moist wound environment to support effective wound healing.
For dry wounds, the net shaped hydrogel wound contact layer provides moisture as required, rehydrating the wound bed. Both HydroTac® and HydroTac® Comfort are indicated for the treatment of wounds in the granulation and epithelialisation stage of healing.

HydroTac®

Due to its light self-adhering effect, HydroTac provides a light initial tack and adhesion on the skin; to keep the dressing in place for longer periods, suitable products should be used, such as e.g. hypoallergenic surgical adhesive tapes or dressing retention bandages.
For the treatment of lightly to medium exuding wounds, during the granulation and epithelization phases, e.g. for leg ulcers, diabetic foot syndrome, decubital ulcer; for the treatment of burns up to degree 2a and skin graft donor sites after adequate bleeding control.



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