Treat with confidence with Eclypse Superabsorbers

Eclypse has high absorbtion capacity vs competitors1

Eclypse has high absorbtion capacity vs competitors

Key to any highly absorbent dressing is its ability to absorb exudate, lock it away and perform under compression. You can treat with confidence with Eclypse because of its ability to do all this and more. 

Eclypse showed the highest absorbency when tested in accordance with current ISO standards.

Eclypse showed the highest absorbency when tested in accordance with current ISO standards

CrystaLockTM is Eclypse's unique 'lock-in' core

CrystaLockTM is Eclypse's unique 'lock-in' core
  • Locks away exudate to prevent leaks
  • Prevents maceration as exudate cannot flow back to the wound
  • Infection causing bacteria are locked away
  • Excess Matrix Metalloproteinases, which can cause chronicity in wounds, are locked away

Eclypse under compression

Eclypse under compression

Compression bandaging is the aetiological treatment for Venous Leg Ulcers and a sub-bandage pressure of 40mmHg at the ankle is the Gold Standard. It’s important that dressings do not affect the compression level. Eclypse has been shown to have no impact on the sub-bandage pressure of 2-layer bandaging and minimal impact on 4-layer2.

Mean percentage increase in sub-bandage pressure using 2-layer compression kits



Mean percentage increase in sub-bandage pressure using 2-layer compression

Eclypse remains absorbent under compression

Eclypse remains absorbent under compression

Under NHS evaluation, Eclypse retained the highest % of absorbency under compression3.

absorbency retention under compression
References:
1 - Browning, P. White, R. Rowell, T (2016) Comparative evaluation of the functional properties of superabsorbant dressings. Wounds UK Vol 11 No 4, 60-67
2 - Cook L (2011) Effect of superabsorbent dressings on compression sub-bandage pressure. Br J Comm Nurs 16 (3 Suppl): 38-43
3 - NHS Clinical Evaluation Team Clinical Review on Superabsorbent Dressings (2018)