Abena Hydrocolloid Dressing
Abena Hydrocolloid Dressing

Abena Hydrocolloid Dressing

Brand/Manufacturer: ABENA
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  • Latex Free

Abena Hydrocolloid Dressing is an adhesive wound contact dressing. Hydrocolloid Dressing absorbs wound fluid and provides a moist environment which supports the healing process of the body and promotes autolytic debridement (removal of necrotic material from the wound) without damaging new tissue. Hydrocolloid Dressings act as a barrier to the wound against bacterial, viral, and other external contamination, which helps minimize the potential for exposure to nosocomial or infectious agents.

Abena Hydrocolloid Dressing Highlights:

  • Adhesive layer
  • Moisture resistant
  • Easy-removal tabs
  • Waterproof Polyurethane Film
  • Proprietary gelling formulation
  • Flexible, Low-friction film backing
  • Advanced wound care treatment
  • Long-lasting protection - wear up to 7 days

Item #DescPkgRewardPrice 
1957 2" x 2" 20/Pack $1.10
$35.00
$21.99
1957 2" x 2" 20/Pack, 10Pk/Case $9.80
$280.59
$195.99
1958 4" x 4" 5/Pack $0.42
$13.65
$8.45
1958 4" x 4" 5/Pack, 20Pk/Case $8.40
$230.49
$167.99
1959 6" x 6" 5/Pack $1.50
$48.85
$29.99
1959 6" x 6" 5/Pack, 10Pk/Case $14.50
$400.65
$289.99

Features of Abena Hydrocolloid Dressing

  • Waterproof Polyurethane Film:
    - Protective layer conforms to the body
    - Provides thermal insulation, and helps lower the risk of infection
    - Prevents bacteria from going inside
  • Adhesive Layer:
    - Features polymers which enhance the dressings ability to contain wound exudate by forming a cohesive gel
    - level of adhesion to the wound is reduced when saturated with exudate, allowing easy removal
  • Easy-Removal Tabs:
    - Combined with a strong mesh scrim
    - Tabs help achieve an efficient dressing change and help minimize users discomfort upon removal
  • Method of Sterilization:
    - Gamma Irradiation
  • Light to moderate absorption
  • Change frequency
  • Latex-free
  • Secondary
  • Adhesive
  • Occlusive
  • Primary
  • Sterile

Indications for Hydrocolloid Dressing:

  • Light to moderately draining wounds
  • Venous or arterial leg ulcers
  • Post-surgical wounds
  • Superficial Wounds
  • Protective use
  • Pressure ulcers

More Information

  • Contraindications
    - Discontinue use if allergic symptoms appear
    - Do not use on infected wounds
    - Do not use on wounds with sinus tracts
    - Do not use on deep wounds or third-degree burns

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