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Suprasorb® A + Ag

Antimicrobial Calcium Alginate Dressing

Suprasorb® A + Ag reduces the microbial load directly in the wound bed and is therefore especially suitable for wounds that are infected or at risk of infection - including MRSA or VRE*. In addition to having these properties, Suprasorb® A + Ag is also a soft and supple wound covering that readily conforms to any wound bed.

The high exudate absorption capacity of Suprasorb® A + Ag comes to the fore particularly with wounds with high levels of exudate. Suprasorb® A + Ag forms a gel on contact with exudate. Bacteria and microbes are trapped in this gel, creating a moist wound environment and cleansing the wound. The high exudate absorption capacity generally promotes wound healing.

* Pathogen spectrum detected in vitro, see Instructions for Use

Product composition

calcium alginate fibre

Versions

  • Dressing
  • Rope

Ordering information

Suprasorb® A + Ag

sterile, individually sealed
DimensionsWeight (g)REFShipping units
Dressing
5 cm x 5  cm2057010/100
10 cm x 10  cm2057110/50
10 cm x 20  cm205725/20
Rope
30 cm2205735/20

Fields of application

For the care of superficial or deep wounds with high levels of exudate that are infected or at risk of infection.

Indications:

  • pressure ulcers
  • arterial ulcers
  • venous ulcers
  • diabetic ulcers
  • post-operative wounds
  • skin graft donor sites

Intended use:

Suprasorb A + Ag Wound Dressings / Packing Rope can be used for the treatment of wounds at risk of infection and infected wounds.

Properties

  • broad antimicrobial activity, including against MRSA and VRE*)
  • ability to absorb high volumes of exudate promotes wound healing
  • conformability to any wound bed
  • forms a gel, creating a moist wound environment and helping reduce the microbial load

To note

Dressing change interval:

  • The intervals at which Suprasorb® A + Ag must be changed are determined by the treating physician. Depending on the level of exudate, the wound dressing can remain on/in the wound for up to 7 days.

For infected wounds:

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