PolyMem MAX Silver Non-Adhesive Pad Dressing

PolyMem MAX Silver Non-Adhesive Pad Dressing

Brand/Manufacturer: FERRIS MFG. CORP.
  • FSA Approved
  • Latex Free
  • Made in USA

PolyMem MAX Silver Non-Adhesive Dressing is a thick, all-in-one wound dressing that includes silver for extra healing power. It's good for wounds that have a lot of liquid coming out. It cleans the wound, keeps it moist, reduces inflammation, and helps with odor and pain.

Why choose Polymem Silver Max Dressing?

  • It soaks up 60% more liquid due to its thicker material
  • Silver keeps germs away from the wound
  • Eases pain, swelling, bruising, and fluid build-up
  • Cleans fill, soaks up liquid, and keeps the wound moist
  • Gives extra padding and is latex-free for safety

Item # Desc Pkg Price
1045 4" x 4" (10cm x 10cm) Each
1045 4" x 4" (10cm x 10cm) 16/Pack
1088 8" x 8" (20cm x 20cm) Each
1088 8" x 8" (20cm x 20cm) 5/Pack
1088 8" x 8" (20cm x 20cm) 10/Pack

Polymem Silver Max Dressing Features

  • They work well for wounds with a lot of liquid
  • They help with wound pain, bruising, swelling, and fluid buildup
  • They have a special design to prevent skin damage from moisture without affecting how the wound heals
  • They soak up more liquid compared to other silver dressings
  • They kill harmful germs in wounds without harming healthy cells
  • They can absorb a lot of fluid
  • Since they soak up more liquid, you don't have to change them as often
  • The material fits the wound shape to keep it moist and protect healthy tissue
  • They include a mild cleanser, so you don't have to clean the wound every time you change the dressing
  • These dressings help wounds heal and grow new tissue

What to buy with PolyMem Non-Adhesive Pad Dressing?

When to Use for using PolyMem Max Pad Dressing?

  • Pressure Ulcers (Stages I - IV)
  • Venous Ulcers
  • Acute Wounds
  • Leg Ulcers
  • Donor and Graft Sites
  • Skin Tears
  • Diabetic Ulcers
  • Dermatologic Disorders
  • 1st and 2nd Degree Burns
  • Surgical Wounds
  • Full and Partial-Thickness Wounds


How do Polymem Silver Max Dressing Work?

  1. They are thicker, so they can soak up more liquid from the wound. This means you can wear them for a longer time without changing them.
  2. They have a special film that keeps germs out and helps maintain the right amount of moisture for healing.

To create the best healing environment, each dressing:

  • Has a gentle cleaner to keep the wound clean and remove dead tissue.
  • Contains a special foam that soaks up wound liquid and turns it into a gel.
  • Uses glycerol to prevent the gel from sticking to the wound, control odors, and soften dead tissue.
  • Has a film that lets some things through but keeps others out.

PolyMem Max Silver Foam Dressings also have small silver particles that kill bacteria. When the dressing absorbs moisture, it releases silver to keep the wound clean.

How do you apply Polymem Silver Dressing?

To put on PolyMem Max Silver Dressing:

  • Get the wound ready, as your doctor says.
  • Pick a dressing that's a bit bigger than the wound, about 1/4 to 2 inches more all around.
  • Put the dressing with the shiny side out or with the printing on top.
  • In the first few days, you might see more liquid from the wound. That's normal and means the dressing is doing its job. You can mark the wound size on the dressing to know when to change it.

Keep the dressing dry while bathing. If it gets wet, change it. Don't use other treatments with PolyMem dressings.

How often should PolyMem Silver dressings be changed?

You should change PolyMem Silver dressings before the liquid from the wound reaches the edge of the dressing. For less liquid in wounds of generally healthy patients, you can keep the dressing on for up to seven days. But if the patient has a weaker immune system, diabetes, or an infection near the wound, it might need to be changed more often.

To change the MAX Silver Pad Dressing:

  • Carefully lift the sticky part in the middle of the dressing.
  • Take off the dressing from the wound. It shouldn't stick to the wound, so it usually doesn't hurt.
  • Don't touch or clean the wound unless it's infected or dirty. The dressing already has a cleaner in it and won't leave anything behind. Cleaning the wound too much can hurt the healing process.
  • Put on a new dressing.

Remember, don't clean the wound bed unless it's necessary, and be gentle when changing the dressing.

PolyMem Dressings - More Healing, Less Pain!
PolyMem Max Silver Dressings - Information Manual

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