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Suprasorb® P PU Foam Dressing

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Fields of application

  • moderately exuding wounds
  • superficial wounds
  • non-infected wounds
  • in all phases of wound healing, e.g.:

    • ulcers of various origins
    • decubitus
    • 2nd degree burns
    • skin graft donor sites
    • postoperative wounds

Properties

  • very good wound healing through reliable exudate management
  • high wearing comfort because of its soft and supple structure
  • easy to assess the wound exudate
  • PU membrane* repels bacteria and fluids

To note

  • Suprasorb P can be used as a secondary dressing for wounds at risk of infection as part of regular antimicrobial therapy.
  • When dry, Suprasorb P can easily be cut to the size of the individual wound. The dressing should the wound edges by approx. 2 cm.

Suprasorb P absorbs wound exudate quickly and safely because the small-pore PU foam exerts excellent capillary action directly on the wound bed.

The material adapts to the wound bed. The surface of Suprasorb P’s wound contact layer is especially designed to be gentle on easily injured surfaces such as healing wounds or the fragile skin around wounds. The semi-permeable PU membrane backing ensures a moist wound environment. The dressing keeps its shape even after absorbing fluids. It repels bacteria and fluids.

Suprasorb P is easy to apply and soft and comfortable to wear. Suprasorb P is available in three versions: non-adhesive, self-adhesive and sacrum. The self-adhesive version also has an adhesive edge which is skin-friendly.

* Suprasorb P non-adhesive

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Suprasorb® P self-adhesive

  1. Cleanse wound with sterile solution (e.g. Ringer’s solution, physiological saline solution), then carefully dab the area around the wound dry with sterile dressings.
  2. Remove the dressing’s protective film.
  3. Centre the dressing on the wound. Suprasorb P should extend past the wound edges by approximately 2-3 cm.
  4. Press on the adhesive edge of the Suprasorb P PU foam dressing. The self-adhesive dressing does not need any supplementary retention, even on difficult-to-treat wounds

Suprasorb® P non-adhesive

  1. Cleanse wound with sterile solution (e.g. Ringer’s solution, physiological saline solution), then carefully dab the area around the wound dry with sterile dressings.
  2. Put on the Suprasorb P PU foam dressing (2-3 cm past the wound edge) and secure, e.g. with Suprasorb F film wound dressing, with a conforming bandage
    (e.g. Mollelast) or even with a compression dressing (e.g. Rosidal K).

Dressing change interval

Is determined by the treating physician based on wound condition and level of exudate, after 5-7 days at the latest. Change the dressing as soon as the discolouration reaches the wound edges.

Versions

  • self-adhesive
  • non-adhesive
  • special shape: sacrum

Ordering information

Suprasorb® P

PU Foam Dressing, sterile, individually sealed
Size (cm)REFShipping Units (pcs.)Weight in kg (SC/TC)
self-adhesive
7.5 x 7.52041610/1000.08/0.95
10 x 102041710/1000.12/1.44
15 x 15204185/500.13/1.52
15 x 20204195/500.16/1.90
non-adhesive
5 x 52040510/1000.08/0.96
7.5 x 7.52040610/1000.13/1.83
10 x 102040710/1000.15/1.80
15 x 15204085/500.25/2.78
15 x 20204095/500.16/1.87
sacrum, self-adhesive
18 x 20.5204155/500.16/1.74

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