Hydrosorb®

Transparent hydrocellular gel dressing for moist wound treatment
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Hydrocellular gel dressing with semi-permeable backing, impermeable to bacteria1, transparent and provides a balanced moist wound environment due to it’s high water content (approx. 60%). Hydrosorb® promotes granulation and epithelialisation2, has excellent biocompatibility and can be removed without the need for wound irrigation2.

1. Internal laboratory data on file

2. Edwards, J. (2010) Hydrogels and their potential uses in burn wound management. British Journal of Nursing, 19, 11.

Hydrosorb®

A removable transparent ‘write-on’ documentation film allows for exact wound documentation which can be attached to a patients notes
Product Information Article Number Content EAN
Sterile, individually sealed
5x7.5 cm
Article Number 9008531
PIP Code 280 7121
NSV Code ELE072
1 Folding box of 5 pieces 1 Box of 6 Folding boxes 4049500267458 4049500267465
10x10 cm
Article Number 9008541
PIP Code 280 7139
NSV Code ELE012
1 Folding box of 5 pieces 1 Box of 6 Folding boxes 4049500267472 4049500267489
20x20 cm
Article Number 9008551
PIP Code 280 7147
NSV Code ELE017
1 Folding box of 3 pieces 1 Box of 5 Folding boxes 4049500267496 4049500267502

Hydrosorb® comfort

Hydrosorb comfort has a hypoallergenic adhesive film for safe fixation, which is impermeable to bacteria.
Product Information Article Number Content EAN
Sterile, individually sealed
4.5x6.5 cm
(IM 2.5x3.8 cm)
Article Number 9007021
PIP Code 277 2408
NSV Code ELE074
1 Folding box of 5 pieces 1 Box of 12 Folding boxes 4049500267106 4049500267113
7.5x10 cm (IM 4x6.8 cm)
Article Number 9007061
PIP Code 276 2649
NSV Code ELE016
1 Folding box of 5 pieces 1 Box of 6 Folding boxes 4049500267120 4049500267137
12.5x12.5 cm
Article Number 9007231
PIP Code 276 2656
NSV Code ELE014
1 Folding box of 5 pieces 1 Box of 6 Folding boxes 4049500267373 4049500267380

For use on nil to low exuding wounds. Hydrosorb® is especially suitable for the treatment of chronic, slow healing wounds where granulation is not progressing satisfactorily3. It can be used as a debriding agent on necrotic tissue3 by facilitating autolytic debridement and is cooling and soothing due to the high water content, which acts as a natural anaesthetic effect by bathing nerve endings2.

3. Souter, D and Edwards, J. (2010) Clinical evaluation of Hydrosorb/Hydrosorb comfort as a method of debridement for burns wounds. Wounds UK free paper session.