Deroyal Polyderm Border Hydrophilic Foam Wound Dressing

Deroyal Polyderm Border Hydrophilic Foam Wound Dressing

Brand/Manufacturer: DEROYAL
  • FSA Approved

Deroyal Polyderm Border Hydrophilic Foam Wound Dressing is a non-adherent, highly absorbent, lint-free foam dressing for the management of heavily exudating wounds use. It absorbs drainage from exudating wounds and is non-adherent to the wound bed. Comes with stretchable fabric tape border for sensitive skin and a 2" radial slit as a secure tube site dressing.

Item # Desc Pkg Reward Price
46-908 4" Diameter, 2.5" Diameter w/2" Radial Slit 10/Pack $1.61
46-915 4" x 4" Border, 2.25" x 2.25" Foam 10/Pack $1.47


  • Deroyal Polyderm Border Hydrophilic Foam Wound Dressing is ideal for painful wounds requiring protection and cushioning
  • Thick, soft construction that is extremely comformable and comfortable
  • Protects granulating tissue for effective healing
  • Primary or secondary dressing
  • Sterile EO
  • Not made with natural rubber latex
  • Indications:
    - Dermal ulcers
    - Pressure ulcers
    - Leg ulcers
    - Secreting ulcers
    - Second degree burns
    - Acute wounds
    - Lacerations and abrasions
    - Tube sites
    - Other superficial wounds

More Information

  • Directions
    - If necessary, cleanse/flush wound with saline or other non-irritating solution
    - Center foam over the wound and gently press foam in place
    - Secure with Fluftex Roll Gauze, Stretch Net retention dressing, tape, or other securing wrap
    - Leave the dressing in place unless it is uncomfortable, leaking, or there are signs of clinical infection
    - To remove Polyderm, gently/carefully lift edges and peel dressing off
    - Dispose of soiled dressing per institutions policy
  • Warnings
    - Local wound care cannot overcome the deficits of unrelieved malnutrition, pressure or trauma, or compromised blood flow
    - Interventions must be instituted to reduce/relieve these factors that contribute to impaired wound healing in order to achieve the optimum outcome
  • Contraindications
    - Third-degree burns
    - Heavily bleeding wounds
    - Individuals who are sensitive to or have had an allergic reaction to the dressing or its materials
    - Use during surgical procedures as a surgical sponge
  • Warnings
    - Do not reuse, reprocess, or re-sterilize this dressing. This device is for single use only. Reuse, reprocessing, or re-sterilization may damage the dressing, and may result in injury, infection, or death
    - Do not use if the individual package is opened or if the package or the dressing is damaged. Carefully inspect the dressing for damage or defects prior to use
    - Seek medical attention if your wound is more severe than a minor abrasion, minor laceration, or minor scald and burn. Also seek medical attention if you have signs of an infection or allergic reaction such as fever, redness, pain, or swelling
    - If you have any signs of an allergic reaction, discontinue using the dressing and rinse the wound and surrounding skin
    - If applicable, ensure the dressing adheres to skin. Dressings with weak adhesives should be replaced immediately
    - If dressing is ineffective or does not absorb, discard and replace
    - If applicable, dispose of all used dressings with care to avoid exposure to or contamination of biohazard
  • Cautions
    - Ensure the dressing fully covers your wound
    - If the dressing rips or tears prior to or during application, discard the torn dressing and replace it
    - Prior to removal, ensure the dressing has not adhered to the wound. If the dressing has adhered to the wound, rinse with water or saline solution to loosen
    - Take proper care when removing a dressing with adhesive as it may result in skin irritation
    - If the adhesive is too strong or the skin is fragile, rinse with water or saline solution to loosen
  • Directions For Use
    - Inspect the packaging for damage or defects. Replace the entire dressing if the packaging is damaged
    - Clean the wound of excess drainage and fluid, and thoroughly dry skin around the wound
    - Open the dressing package
  • Adhesive Dressings
    - Peel the paper liner from the back of the adhesive dressing
    - Center the foam over the wound
    - If the dressing has a film barrier, carefully peel away the clear carrier as you press the dressing into place
    - Change dressing as needed when wet, soiled, leaking, or as directed by a licensed practitioner
    - To remove the dressing, hold the edge of the adhesive border and carefully pull it in the direction of hair growth, lifting bandage from the wound
    - Dispose of the soiled dressing
  • Storage And Transport Conditions
    - Store at room temperature and avoid excessive heat and humidity


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