Suprasorb® P sensitive Ag

    Silicone foam dressing with antibacterial silver.

    Suprasorb® P sensitive Ag is an absorbent foam dressing with antibacterial silver. Suprasorb P sensitive Ag foam dressing with antibacterial silver works with you and your patient to support your wound bed preparation, protecting against bacterial (biofilm) contamination, extending wear time and preventing medical adhesive related skin injury.

    Product benefits

    Ionic Silver extends wear time by reducing bacterial (biofilm) colonization4

    Prevents biofilm colonization for up to 7 days5

    Dressing can remain on the wound site up to 7 days5

    Waterproof and bacteria-proof while allowing water vapor to escape5

    Protective backing provides low coefficient of friction surface5

    Can be worn in the shower5

    Gentile yet secure silicone adhesive technology minimizes patient pain and trauma to the wound and skin during dressing changes1,6

    The silver lining for sensitive wounds.

    Suprasorb P sensitive Ag dressings with ionic silver provide you with the right combination of a moist wound environment1 while managing moderate to highly exuding1 wounds delivering effective antibacterial action to inhibit biofilm reconstruction.5

    Available formats

    References

    1. Barrows, C. (2009). Enhancing Patient Outcomes-Reducing the Bottom Line: The Use of Antimicrobial Soft Silicone Foam Dressing in Home Health. Published in Home Healthcare Now, 27(5), 279-284.
    2. Pukki, T., Tikkanen, M., Halonen, S. (2010). Assessing Mepilex Boarder in post-operative wound care. Published in Wounds UK, 6(1), 30-40.
    3. Davis, P (2008). Evidence reviews: the clinical benefits of Safetac technology in wound care. Published in Journal of Wound Care.
    4. Barrett, S. (2009). Mepilex Ag: an antibacterial, absorbent foam dressing with Safetac technology. Published in November 2009British Journal of Nursing (Mark Allen Publishing) 18(20):S28,S30-6
    5. Data on file.
    6. White, R. (2008). A multinational survey of the assessment of pain when removing dressings. Published in March 2008Wounds UK 4(1)
    7. 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

    Ordering information

    Suprasorb® P sensitive Ag border

    foam dressing with antibacterial silver and adhesive border | sterile, individually-sealed

    Dressing Size

    Pad Size

    REF

    HCPCS

    Shipping Units
    (per box/case)

    3 x 3 in.
    (7.5 x 7.5 cm)

    1.8 x 1.8 in.
    (4.5 x 4.5 cm)

    180010

    A6212

    10/200

    4 x 4 in.
    (10 x 10 cm)

    2.5 x 2.5 in.
    (6.2 x 6.2 cm)

    180011

    A6212

    10/200

    5 x 5 in.
    (12.5 x 12.5 cm)

    3.4 x 3.4 in.
    (8.5 x 8.5 cm)

    180012

    A6212

    10/200

    8 x 8 in.
    (20 x 20 cm)

    6 x 6 in.
    (15 x 15 cm)

    180014

    A6213

    10/200

    Suprasorb® P sensitive Ag non-border

    foam dressing with antibacterial silver | sterile, individually-sealed

    Dressing Size

    REF

    HCPCS

    Shipping Units
    (per box/case)

    2 x 2 in.
    (5 x 5 cm)

    180015

    A6209

    10/200

    4 x 4 in.
    (10 x 10 cm)

    180016

    A6209

    10/200

    4 x 5 in.
    (10 x 12.5 cm)

    180017

    A6210

    10/200

    6 x 6 in.
    (15 x 15 cm)

    180018

    A6210

    10/200

    8 x 8 in.
    (20 x 20 cm)

    180019

    A6211

    10/200

    Intended use

    Suprasorb P sensitive Ag dressings are indicated for the management of moderate- to highly-exuding acute or chronic wounds, including:

    • Venous leg ulcers
    • Diabetic foot ulcers
    • Pressure injuries
    • Dehisced surgical wounds
    • Graft donor and recipient sites
    • Skin tears and abrasions

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