Suprasorb® P sensitive

    Silicone Foam Dressing

    Suprasorb® P sensitive is a silicone foam dressing also for sensitive skin61) . Its multilayer construction provides dynamic exudate management for a moist wound environment62) . The silicone wound contact layer minimises the risk of adhesion to the wound when the dressing is changed63) . The outer protective film is waterproof and repels bacteria, while also being permeable to water vapour.

    Suprasorb® P sensitive is available in three versions for different exudate levels: “border”, “border lite” and “non-border”

    Versions

    border (with super-absorbent core)

    border lite (without super-absorbent core)

    non-border (without super-absorbent core)

    heel (with super-absorbent core)

    sacrum (with super-absorbent core)

    multisite border (with super-absorbent core)

    multisite border lite (without super-absorbent core)

    Ordering information

    Suprasorb® P sensitive

    sterile, individually sealed
    Dimensions (cm)Wound pad (cm)REFSC/TC
    border (with super-absorbent core)
    8.5 x 7.55 x 4.513906810/200
    10 x 106.2 x 6.213906110/200
    12.5 x 12.58.5 x 8.513906210/200
    15 x 1510.5 x 10.513906910/150
    20 x 2015 x 1513907010/100
    border lite (without super-absorbent core)
    5 x 52.5 x 2.513908010/240
    10 x 56 x 2.513908110/200
    8.5 x 7.55 x 4.513908610/200
    10 x 106.2 x 6.213908310/200
    15 x 910.5 x 513908710/200
    20 x 1015 x 513908810/150
    non-border (without super-absorbent core)
    5 x 513935010/240
    7.5 x 7.513945510/150
    10 x 1013935110/100
    20 x 1013935210/150
    15 x 1513935310/100
    20 x 1513945610/100
    20 x 2013935410/100
    sacrum (with super-absorbent core)
    17.5 x 1712.5 x 1213935510/100
    23 x 2317 x 16.513955610/100
    heel (with super-absorbent core)
    25 x 23.519 x 17.513935610/100
    multisite border (with super-absorbent core)
    15 x 1210 x 713935710/100
    7.5 x 9.55.5 x 3.514207510/300
    16 x 2015.5 x 11.514207610/200
    multisite border lite (without super-absorbent core)
    7.5 x 9.55.5 x 3.514207710/300

    Fields of application

    • For treating the following wounds:
      • acute and chronic
      • moderately to heavily exuding
      • superficial and deep (in combination with a primary wound dressing)
    • Indications:
      • pressure ulcers
      • leg and foot ulcers
      • traumatic wounds
      • surgical wounds
      • skin graft and donor sites
      • skin tears
      • burns (1st and 2nd degree)
    • can be used in combination with gels also on dry or necrotic wounds
    • Wound healing stages:
      • exudation phase, granulation phase and epithelialisation phase

    Properties

    • Silicone wound contact layer is suitable for fragile skin.
    • Minimises pain to the patient and trauma to wound and the surrounding skin when the dressing is removed or repositioned.
    • Efficient exudate management reduces the risk of maceration and maintains moist environment.
    • Shower-proof.
    • Easy application with 2 or 3 liners, which allows to not touch the adhesive with gloves.
    • Great conformability in awkward areas.
    • Gentle on the skin.

    Downloads

    Find our brochures as PDF files in our download section. Go to downloads

     
    61

    Pukki, T., Tikkanen, M., & Halonen, S. (2010). Assessing Mepilex Border in post-operative wound care. Wounds UK,6(1), 30-40.

     
    62

    Barrows, C. (2009). Enhancing Patient Outcomes-Reducing the Bottom Line:
    The Use of Antimicrobial Soft Silicone Foam Dressing in Home Health. Home Healthcare Now, 27(5), 279-284.

     
    63

    Davies, P. (2008). Evidence review: the clinical benefits of Safetac technology in wound care. Journal of wound care.

     
    64

    Stephannie K. Miller, Neal Sharma, Lauren C. Aberegg, Kimberly N. Blasiole,
    Judith A. Fulton (2015). Analysis of the Pressure Distribution,
    Qualities of a Silicone Border Foam Dressing. J Wound Ostomy Continence Nurs. 2015;42(4):346-351. Published by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

     
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    Stephen-Haynes, J., & Timmons, J. (2009). Cutimed Siltec:
    a foam dressing range with super absorbers and a silicone wound contact layer. Wounds UK, 5(2), 69-72.

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