Silvercel Non-Adherent Dressing

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Silvercel Non-Adherent Dressing
Silvercel Non-Adhesive Dressing

• Provides a sustained release of silver ions for up to seven days
• Effective against a broad spectrum of wound pathogens
• Effectively prevents biofilms in vitro
• Manages low to highly exuding wounds
• Helps maintain a moist wound environment beneficial to wound healing
• Allows intact and pain-free removal, thus minimizing the risk of dressing adherence to the wound bed and fibers shedding
• Suitable for use under compression

Recommended Use

Arterial Ulcers
Donor Sites
Infected Wounds
Moderate/Highly Exudating Wounds
Pressure Ulcers
Surgical Wounds


SILVERCEL™ Non-Adherent Antimicrobial Alginate Dressing is an effective barrier to bacterial penetration. The barrier functions of the dressing may help reduce infection in moderate to heavily exuding partial- and full-thickness wounds, including: pressure ulcers, venous ulcers, diabetic ulcers, donor sites and traumatic and surgical wounds.

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