Tegaderm Superabsorber Dressing

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Tegaderm Superabsorber Dressing

Tegaderm Superabsorber Dressing provides confidence that the dressing will absorb and contain wound exudate -- even under compression.

Tegaderm Features and Benefits

  • Versatile for a variety of wounds with moderate and high exudate levels.
  • Helps prevent maceration of the wound edges.
  • Reduces frequency of dressing changes.
  • Provides patient comfort.

What does Tegaderm Superabsorber Dressing do?

  • Absorbs and retains exudate in the dressing minimizing the risk of maceration of the wound edges, even under compression.
  • Maintains a moist wound environment.
  • Removes exudate away from the skin surface through rapid, vertical wicking.
  • Traps the wound fluid and wound fluid components away from the wound.

Tegaderm Superabsorber dressing can be used both as a primary or secondary dressing. Deep wounds require a wound filler to be applied, since the Superabsorber dressing may not be used as a sponge.

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