Amerigel Hydrogel Wound Dressing

Amerigel Hydrogel Wound Dressing

  • FSA Approved

Amerigel Hydrogel Wound Dressing is an FDA-approved, antimicrobial hydrogel indicated for stage I-IV pressure ulcers, venous stasis ulcers, diabetic skin ulcers, first and second degree burns, post-surgical incisions with dehiscence, cuts and abrasions. Decreases cell membrane permeability and balances the mix of proteins in the wound site. Proliferates proteins to the wound site and promotes the development of new granulation tissue development. Also promotes wound contracture.

Why choose Amerigel Hydrogel Dressing?

  • OTC and easy to dispense
  • Accelerates healing
  • Bactericidal to fight infections
  • Antimicrobial, antifungal and anti-inflammatory
  • Provides a moist wound environment


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Item # Desc Pkg Reward Price
A2001 Amerigel Hydrogel Wound Dressing, 1oz Tube 5/Pack $5.47
A2001 Amerigel Hydrogel Wound Dressing, 1oz Tube 12/Pack $13.12

Benefits of Amerigel Wound Dressing

  • Amerigel Hydrogel Wound Dressing kills 99.2% of MRSA in 24 hours
  • Clear and easy follow post-operative nail surgery and wound care instructions
  • Ease of application and use increases patient compliance
  • Debriding action will maintain a debris-free wound bed

Amerigel Matrixectomy Benefits

  • Debriding action eliminates the need for patient soaking
  • Reduces healing time by 20-50%
  • Neutralizes phenol
  • Fights post-operative infections
  • Indicated for 1st and 2nd degree burns

Amerigel Hydrogel Dressing Wound Care Benefits

  • Promotes new granulation tissue development
  • Has a demonstrated efficacy of 77%
  • Antimicrobial fights infections
  • Debriding action maintains a debris free wound bed following sharp debridement


What to buy with Amerigel Wound Dressing


How Does Amerigel Hydrogel Dressing Works?

Unique hydrating Polyethylene Glycol (PEG) base found in AmeriGel Hydrogel Wound Dressing has a zero evaporation rate. This allows the hydrogel to sustain moisture longer than the standard glycerin or saline-based hydrogels. PEG liquefies at body temperature for better migration across all wound surfaces. It addresses wound tunneling and undermines without the need for packing. Zinc works together with the hydrating base to prevent scabs from forming. Scabs can delay the healing process and lead to scarring.


When to use Amerigel Wound Dressing?

  • Stage I-IV Pressure Ulcers
  • Cuts and abrasions
  • Scrapes
  • Diabetic skin ulcers
  • Post-surgical incisions
  • Venous stasis ulcers
  • 1st and 2nd-degree burns

Amerigel Wound Dressing Contraindications

  • Do not use if there is a known allergy or sensitivity to Oak or any other ingredient


How to apply Amerigel Hydrogel Dressing?

The following are general guidelines and recommendations and do not take the place of proper medical care by a qualified provider.

Remove the Previous Dressing

  • Carefully remove the dressing/gauze that is covering the wound. If the gauze sticks to the wound, wet the dressing with Amerigel Wound Wash and try removing it again in 10 or 15 minutes. This will help soften the area that is stuck to the gauze and prevent the removal of the healthy tissue from the wound bed.

Cleansing the Wound

  • Place enough 2x2 or 4x4 gauze(s) to cover the entire wound bed and saturate it with Wound Wash. Pick up the gauze with fingers or tweezers and dab the wound for 1-2 minutes. Discard the gauze and then squirt the Wound Wash directly into the wound bed to rinse out any loose matter. Blot the wound dry with a clean piece of gauze. The wound is now cleansed and ready for application of AmeriGel Hydrogel Wound Dressing.

Applying Amerigel Hydrogel Wound Dressing

  • After the wound has been cleansed, apply a thin coat of AmeriGel Hydrogel Wound Dressing to the wound and surrounding skin, about one-half inch beyond the wound.

Dressing the Wound

  • Moisten a gauze (2x2, 4x4, etc.) with Amerigel Wound Wash. It should be similar in dampness to a washcloth that user would wash the face with, not dripping wet, but not wrung dry. Place this dampened gauze over the wound that has just been coated with AmeriGel Hydrogel Wound Dressing. Next, place a dry piece of gauze on top of the damp one. This will help provide a moist environment for the wound and additional gauze to absorb any drainage. Secure into place with tape or roll gauze.


Hydrogel Dressing Ingredients

  • AmeriGelWound Dressing is classified by the FDA as a sterile antimicrobial hydrogel wound filler. The primary ingredient, Oakin (Oak Extract) is bactericidal (In-vitro) and provides antimicrobial, antifungal, and aggressive autolytic debriding properties. Other ingredients include Meadowsweet extract, Polyethylene Glycol 400, Polyethylene Glycol 3350, Water, Zinc Acetate

Precautions to take while using Amerigel Wound Dressing

  • For external use only.
  • Avoid contact with the eyes.
  • Do not use it on children under 2 years of age without consulting a physician.

Dosage and Administration
Apply a thin layer to cover the wound bed and overlap onto the peri-wound skin. Cover with a moist saline gauze or a secondary dressing of choice.

Amerigel Dressing User Guide


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