Advazorb Silfix - Absorbent Foam Dressing with Soft Silicone Wound Contact Layer

Advazorb Silfix - Absorbent Foam Dressing with Soft Silicone Wound Contact Layer

Suitable for low Exudate levels

Product Description

Advazorb Silfix combines the excellent fluid handling capabilities of Advazorb with a layer of atraumatic soft silicone adhesive, enabling the dressing to be placed onto the patient whilst a secondary dressing or bandage is applied for retention. Ideally this range is for wounds with low to medium levels of exudate.

The soft silicone ensures that the dressing does not stick to the wet surface of a wound bed or cause trauma to new tissue upon dressing removal. This is particularly suited to those patients with friable or delicate skin and an ideal choice for sensitive wounds as repeated dressing applications will not cause epithelial skin stripping.

Instructions for Use

  • Ensure the area has been cleaned
  • Gently dry the surrounding skin
  • Remove clear liners
  • Apply Advazorb Silfix directly to the wound surface pink film side up
  • Ensure a minimum overlap of 2cm around the edges of the wound
  • Secure in place with tape, appropriate bandage or secondary dressing
  • Store at room temperature, out of direct sunlight and keep dry

Frequency of change

Advazorb silfix can be left in place for up to 7 days

Indications

Suitable for a wide range of exuding wounds including:
• Leg Ulcers
• Foot Ulcers
• Pressure Ulcers
• Traumatic Wounds
• Surgical wounds
• Abrasions
• Blisters

Contra-indications
Arterial bleeds and heavily bleeding wounds

Ordering Information

ProductSizeStock code Pack SizeNHS CodePIP Code
Regular7.5cm x 7.5cmCR4177 10ELA535367-0494
Regular10cm x 10cmCR4178 10ELA536367-0502
Regular10cm x 20cmCR4181 10ELA539367-0536
Regular12.5cm x 12.5cmCR4179 10 ELA537367-0510
Regular15cm x 15cmCR4180 10ELA538367-0528
Regular20cm x 20cmCR4182 10ELA540367-0544
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