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Kliniderm Superabsorbent Dressing

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Kliniderm Superabsorbent Dressing

Kliniderm Superabsorbent Dressing

Kliniderm superabsorbent is a four-layer superabsorbent dressing held together by a unique patented seal. The dressings are indicated for moderate to highly exuding chronic and acute wounds and can be used under compression.

Benefits:

  • Save up to 79% compared to other superabsorbent dressings

  • Excellent absorption and retention properties compared to other superabsorbent dressings

  • Rapid fluid intake

  • Reduces the risk of maceration and excoriation to peri-wound tissue

  • Reduces the risk of cross contamination on dressing removal

  • Can be used under compression

  • Does not adhere to the wound bed

  • Minimises fluid strike-through

  • Hypoallergenic, no glues or adhesives

  • Easy to use

  • Flexible and conformable for increased patient comfort

Indications:

Kliniderm superabsorbent dressings may be used under compression and are indicated for moderate to highly exuding chronic and acute wounds, including:

  • Diabetic foot ulcers
  • Pressure ulcers
  • Venous and arterial leg ulcers
  • Post-operative wounds
  • Traumatic wounds

Applying Kliniderm superabsorbent:

  • Clean and dry the wound according to local protocols

  • Ensure the dressing size incorporates at least 1.5cm of the surrounding healthy skin

  • Gently apply the superabsorbent dressing directly on the wound site with the white hydrophilic side of the dressing onto the wound surface

  • Secure with an appropriate secondary dressing, such as bandage or tape

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