Hollister Restore Hydrocolloid Dressing

Hollister Restore Hydrocolloid Dressing

Authorized Retailer Badge
  • FSA Approved

Hollister Restore Hydrocolloid Dressing is a sterile, occlusive dressing with a flexible outer layer that helps isolate the wound against bacterial and viral (HIV-1 and HBV) contaminants and other external contamination, such as urine and feces, while the dressing remains intact without leakage. The self-adhesive inner layer maintains a moist wound environment while absorbing excess wound exudate to prevent fluid pooling.

Restore Sterile Hydrocolloid Dressing Highlights

  • Manages minimal to moderate exudate
  • Conformable dressing with flexible outer layer
  • Self-adhesive inner layer
  • Innovative no-touch application

Item # Desc Pkg Price
519953 4" x 4" Each
519953 4" x 4" 5/Pack
519954 6" x 8" 3/Pack
519954 6" x 8" Each
519955 8" x 8" 3/Pack

Hollister Restore Sterile Hydrocolloid Dressing Features


Benefits of Restore Sterile Hydrocolloid Dressing


  • Occlusive:
    - It is made with a material that does not allow water vapor to pass through it.
  • Film Backing:
    - Thin, flexible, plastic material that covers the dressing.
  • Moisture Vapor Permeable:
    - A material that allows moisture vapor, e.g. perspiration to pass through it but liquid cannot pass through it.
  • Indicated for Full Thickness Wounds:
    - Dressing can be used for a wound that has penetrated the epidermis, the dermis and into or through the subcutaneous tissue.
  • Odor Barrier:
    - A material that contains odor.
  • Self Adhesive:
    - The dressing has properties that allows it to adhere to dry skin initially and to wet or dry skin after initial application
  • Sterile Packaging:
    - Product is sealed in a package that maintains an environment in which no living organisms exist.
  • Absorbs Light to Moderate Exudate:
    - Dressing absorbs a light to moderate amount of fluid coming from the wound.
  • Flextend Skin Barrier:
    - Flextend is a cross-linked hydrocolloid skin barrier that provides aggressive adherence to the skin. It is designed to be highly durable and absorbent in the presence of copious amounts of corrosive fluids
  • Bacterial and Viral Barrier:
    - A material that is occlusive and does not allows bacteria to pass through.
  • Split Release Liner:
    - Provides a way to expose the surface of the dressing in order to apply it to the wound without touching or contaminating it.
  • Translucent:
    - A material that allows visualization of the wound.
  • Wound Measuring Guide:
    - A clear plastic template that is supplied in each dressings package that enables the size and shape of the wound to be measured and documented.


How to Apply Restore Hydrocolloid Dressing?

Preparation of wound area

  • Wash hands.
  • Assemble equipment and take to bedside.
  • Identify and inform patient of procedure.
  • Provide for privacy.
  • Position patient so that wound area is exposed. (Remove dressing if present).
  • Thoroughly rinse or irrigate the affected area with Restore Wound Cleanser or normal saline, if appropriate. (If necessary, the wound should be debrided).
  • Clean and dry the periwound skin to allow for secure adhesion of the dressing.
  • Measure the wound using the wound measuring guide.

Application of Dressing

  • Choose the correct size Restore Hydrocolloid Dressing so that it extends one inch beyond the wound edges on all sides. (Dressings may be overlapped or cut to accommodate the size of the wound).
  • Remove dressing from package. (Restore Hydrocolloid Dressings are provided in sterile packages if aspetic technique is required).
  • Remove the release papers from the dressing. (Too much handling of the adhesive may interfere with good dressing and skin contact).
  • Center the dressing over the wound site. (The dressing will not adhere to the moist wound surface. If required, fill in dead space prior to application of the dressing).
  • Gently press the dressing to the skin and smooth out wrinkles. (For difficult-to-manage sites, hold dressing in place for 60 seconds to improve adherence. Taping of the edges of the dressing is not required but may help in areas of high friction such as heels, elbows, or coccyx).

Removal of Dressing

  • Put on gloves.
  • Carefully lift an edge of the dressing while pressing down on the skin.
  • Continue this procedure around the wound bed until all edges are free of the skin.
  • Dispose of dressing properly.
  • Wash hands.
  • Document dressing change, wound measurements and other pertinent observations regarding the wound or periwound site.
  • Note:
    - Restore Hydrocolloid Dressing should be left in place (not more than 7 days) unless it is uncomfortable, leaking, or there are clinical signs of infection.


Customer Reviews

Please enter your and your friends email address below.
Fields marked with * are compulsory

Submit Cancel
The selected product information has been successfully emailed to your friend.

Thank you for using www.shopwoundcare.com