ConvaTec Aquacel Non-Adhesive Gelling Foam Dressing

ConvaTec Aquacel Non-Adhesive Gelling Foam Dressing

Brand/Manufacturer: CONVATEC
  • FSA Approved

ConvaTec Aquacel Non-Adhesive Gelling Foam Dressing offers comfort and simplicity, plus the healing benefits of an Aquacel interface.It has a soft absorbent foam pad which enhances patient comfort and absorbs excess fluid. Auqacel interface gels on contact with wound exudate to maintain a moist environment and locks in wound exudate, including harmful components.

Item # Desc Pkg Price
420633 Square, 4" x 4" Each
420633 Square, 4" x 4" 10/Pack
420635 Square, 6" x 6" Each
420635 Square, 6" x 6" 5/Pack
420637 Rectangle, 6" x 8" Each
420637 Rectangle, 6" x 8" 5/Pack


  • ConvaTec Aquacel Non-Adhesive Gelling Foam Dressing helps reduce pain during dressing changes
  • Water proof or bacteria barrier provides evaporation of excess moisture, barrier against viral or bacterial penetration and allows patient to shower and bathe
  • Vertical wicking prevents lateral spread of fluid, reducing risk of maceration
  • Micro-contours to the wound bed, minimizing dead space where bacteria can grow
  • Upon removal, Aquacel foam dressing resulted in low cellular adhesion in both wet and dry environments
  • Demonstrated low potential for dermal irritation or allergic contact sensitization
  • It is designed to help reduce the risk of skin breakdown by absorbing exudate and protecting the wound and surrounding skin from contact with clothing or bed linen
  • It is designed to protect against skin breakdown caused by friction or moisture
  • It‚ provides a controlled Moisture Vapour Transmission Rate which may help to reduce Trans Epidermal Water Loss (TEWL)
  • Place for up to 7 days
  • Reduce pain and trauma upon removal
  • Hydrofiber Technology:
    Hydrofiber Technology is a patented technology in which fibres of high-quality cellulose are carboxymethylated altering its structure to allow better absorbency and retention of fluid. These fibres are then processed to mesh them together to form a stable fleece layer. When exposed to fluid, the fibres swell to form a clear, soft, cohesive gel structure that closely conforms to the wound bed. As the fibres swell, the fluid and its contents (eg bacteria and other inflammatory cells and enzymes) are trapped and held within the dressing. In addition, the gelling action prevents lateral spread of fluid through the dressing to reduce the risk of maceration and promote a moist wound healing environment‚Â

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