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Eclypse Super Absorbent Dressing

£1.39 (Inc. VAT)
£1.16 (Ex. VAT)
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Eclypse Super Absorbent Dressing

Eclypse is a highly absorbent, high capacity wound exudate management product designed to absorb fluid, reduce potential leaks and reduce risk of maceration.

The dressing has a rapid wicking face combined with the highly absorbent moisture locking system. The absorbent layer provides a large capacity with rapid fluid uptake forming a gel when in contact with exudate. The backing is a water resistant barrier film to prevent strike-through with a high moisture vapour transfer rate prolonging wear ability.

Indications:

Moderate to heavily exuding wounds including leg ulcers, pressure ulcers, sloughy wounds, granulating wounds, post-operative sutured or dehisced wounds, fungating wounds and donor sites.

Precautions:

Not to be used on arterial bleeds or heavily bleeding wounds. If a wound has a potential to dry out, a non-adherent wound contact layer should be applied beforehand.

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