Suprasorb® A

Calcium Alginate Dressing

The high exudate absorption capacity of Suprasorb® A promotes wound healing. The absorption of wound exudate causes the exchange of sodium ions with calcium ions, forming a gel. Bacteria and debris are trapped in the gel, creating a moist wound environment.

Suprasorb® A not only promotes wound healing but also offers a high degree of comfort due to its exceptionally soft structure and ease of packing.

Product composition

calcium alginate fibre




Ordering information

Suprasorb® A

sterile, individually sealed
Dimensions (cm)Weight (g)REFShipping units
5 x 52044010/100
10 x 102044110/100
10 x 202044210/100

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Fields of application

For the care of non-infected superficial or deep wounds with high levels of exudate.


  • arterial ulcers
  • venous ulcers
  • diabetic ulcers
  • skin graft donor sites
  • pressure ulcers

Wound healing stages:

  • Exudation phase
  • Granulation phase


  • high comfort due to a particularly soft structure and easy wound packing
  • ability to absorb high volumes of exudate promotes wound healing
  • conformability to any wound bed
  • binding of bacteria and cell debris in the gel
  • creates a moist wound environment

To note

Dressing change interval:

  • To be determined by the attending physician in accordance with individual wound condition, degree of exsudate, and secondary dressing used, but no longer than 5-7 days.

Advice for infected wounds:

  • Use an occlusive secondary dressing only if the physician so decides based on the overall situation


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