Medline Maxorb Extra Ag Silver Alginate Antimicrobial Flat Rope Wound Dressing
Medline Maxorb Extra Ag Silver Alginate Antimicrobial Flat Rope Wound Dressing

Medline Maxorb Extra Ag Silver Alginate Antimicrobial Flat Rope Wound Dressing

Brand/Manufacturer: MEDLINE INDUSTRIES
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Medline Maxorb Extra Ag Silver Alginate Antimicrobial Flat Rope Wound Dressing is ideal for tunneling or undermining wounds. It is a highly absorbent wound dressing that provides an antibacterial barrier to fight the bacteria absorbed in the wound exudate. CMC fiber present in the dressing helps improve vertical wicking, fluid handling ability as well as wet strength. When wound exudate gets mixed with Maxorb Extra Ag, a gel is formed, which will not wick out laterally and will reduce the potential for damage to the peri-wound skin. It helps manage bacterial burden with controlled-release ionic silver.

Maxorb Extra Ag Silver Alginate Wound Dressing Highlights

  • Reduces odor
  • Easy dressing changes
  • Highly absorbent
  • No lateral wicking of fluid
  • Cost-effective
  • Up to 21-day antimicrobial protection

Item #DescPkgRewardPrice 
MSC9412EPH 1" x 12" (2.5cm x 30.5cm) Each $0.96
$16.99
$9.59
MSC9412EPZ 1" x 12" (2.5cm x 30.5cm) 5/Pack $4.40
$69.99
$43.99
MSC9412EP 1" x 12" (2.5cm x 30.5cm) 20/Case $16.00
$219.99
$159.99
MSC9422EPH 2" x 2", Sheet 2/Pack $1.73
$25.99
$17.33
MSC9422EPZ 2" x 2", Sheet 10/Pack $5.30
$79.99
$52.99
MSC9422EP 2" x 2", Sheet 10/Pack, 10Pk/Case $50.00
$699.99
$499.99
MSC9445EPH 4" x 4.75", Sheet Each $1.56
$22.99
$15.59
MSC9445EPZ 4" x 4.75", Sheet 10/Pack $9.10
$139.99
$90.99
MSC9445EP 4" x 4.75", Sheet 10/Pack, 5Pk/Case $45.00
$599.99
$449.99
MSC9448EPZ 4" x 8", Sheet 5/Pack $7.24
$109.99
$72.41
MSC9448EP 4" x 8", Sheet 5/Pack, 10Pk/Case $57.60
$799.99
$575.99

Why Choose Maxorb Extra Ag Flat Rope Wound Dressing?

  • Sustained antimicrobial protection: Maxorb Extra Ag Antimicrobial Dressing is effective for up to 21 days 
  • Highly absorbent: It absorbs more than other alginate or absorbent silver dressings
  • Superior gelling and fluid handling: CMC fiber in Maxorb Extra Ag helps improve the vertical wicking, fluid handling and wet strength
  • Fluid will not wick laterally: When wound exudate mixes with Maxorb Extra Ag, it forms a gel that will not wick out, thereby reducing the potential for damage to peri wound skin
  • One piece removal: High wet and dry integrity means easy one-piece removal
  • Reduces odor: Odor in wounds is caused by bacteria, and so by providing an antibacterial barrier to combat bacteria absorbed in the wound exudate, odor is reduced

Continuous-Release Ionic Silver For Antimicrobial Protection:

Reducing bioburden in a wound is one of the key factors in helping it to heal. If too many body resources are devoted to fight invaders, fewer resources are available to help the body heal itself.

Silver has long been known as an antimicrobial, but it has two inherent weaknesses: body metabolizes it quickly and it can be cytotoxic. Maxorb Extra Ag Dressing releases silver in extremely small amounts that do not damage the healthy tissue. Yet it still acts as an extremely effective antimicrobial.

Maxorb Extra Ag is seeded with an ionic silver compound known as silver sodium hydrogen zirconium phosphate. Ionic silver compound is unusual as it is activated by sodium and not by water. Exposure to the sodium in wound exudate helps stimulate the continuous release of silver ions, thereby providing antimicrobial protection over a broad spectrum of bacteria and fungi, including MRSA and VRE. Maxorb Extra Ag is non-irritating, biocompatible, non-sensitizing and will not harm new granulation tissues.

CMC fibers For Extra Absorbency And Strength:

Blend of non-woven alginate and carboxymethylcellulose (CMC) fiber is far more absorbent than other alginate dressings. When wound fluid is absorbed by the alginate, it forms a gel and assists in maintaining a moist environment for optimal wound healing. The added presence of CMC improves the gelling and fluid handling capability as well as adds up improved wet strength. It also allows intact, one-piece removal.

What to buy with Maxorb Extra Ag Alginate Dressing?


When to Use Maxorb Extra Ag Silver Alginate Dressing?

  • Partial to full thickness wounds
  • Moderate to heavily exudating wounds
  • Diabetic ulcers
  • Trauma wounds
  • Post-operative wounds
  • Leg ulcers
  • Graft and donor sites
  • Pressure ulcers
  • 1st and 2nd degree burns

How to Apply Maxorb Extra Ag Silver Dressing?

Preparation

Step 1:
Cleanse wound environment using an appropriate wound cleanser.
Step 2: Ensure skin surrounding wound is dry and apply appropriate skin prep, as preferred.

Application
1. Remove the dressing from the package.
2. Apply the dressing to the wound, covering all areas of the wound with slight overlap to periwound skin. For deep wounds, loosely fill the wound.
3. Cover with an appropriate secondary dressing.

Contraindications:
  • Dry or lightly exudating wounds
  • Individuals with a known sensitivity to alginates or silver
  • To control heavy bleeding
  • Surgical implantation

Change Frequency:
  • Dressing change frequency will depend on wound condition and the level of exudates
  • Initially it may be necessary to change the dressing every 24 hours
  • Maxorb Extra Ag may be left in place for up to 21 days

Recommended Secondary Dressings:
  • Optifoam Gentle
  • Stratasorb Composite
  • Bordered gauze

Customer Reviews

Questions & Answers


 
 
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How does it reduce odor?
hiram - 9/11/2014 7:54:49 AM
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Odor in wounds is primarily caused by bacteria, and so by providing an antibacterial barrier to combat bacteria absorbed in the wound exudate, odor is reduced.
Customer Care - 9/12/2014 7:50:16 AM
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How does carboxy methyl cellulose help?
Manena - 9/3/2014 7:25:27 AM
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CMC fibers provide extra absorbency and strength. 

As wound fluid is absorbed by the alginate, it forms a gel, which assists in maintaining a moist environment for optimal wound healing. Plus, it allows intact, one-piece removal. 

The added presence of CMC improves the gelling and fluid handling ability as well as adding improved wet strength.
Customer Care - 9/4/2014 12:24:37 AM
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How does it work?
Jim - 8/12/2014 12:03:43 AM
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Maxorb Extra Ag is seeded with an ionic silver compound called silver sodium hydrogen zirconium phosphate. This ionic silver compound is unusual because it is activated by sodium and not by water. Exposure to the sodium in wound exudate stimulates the continuous release of silver ions. As more fluid is absorbed over time, more silver ions are released, creating a controlled-release antimicrobial effect. 

The silver ions protect from a broad spectrum of microorganisms, including MRSA and VRE. Plus Maxorb Extra Ag releases silver extremely small amounts that do not damage healthy tissue. 

Maxorb Extra Ag is biocompatible, non-irritating, non-sensitizing and will not harm new granulation tissue.
Customer Care - 8/12/2014 11:32:31 PM
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How does silver help?
Liliam - 8/4/2014 12:18:36 AM
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Continuous-release ionic silver provides antimicrobial protection. Reducing bioburden in a wound is one of the key factors in helping it heal. If too many of the body's resources are devoted to fighting invaders, fewer resources are available to help the body heal itself. Although silver has long been known as an antimicrobial, it has two inherent weaknesses: the body metabolizes it quickly and it can be cytotoxic. Maxorb Extra Ag releases silver in extremely small amounts that do not damage healthy tissue. Yet it still acts as an extremely effective antimicrobial.
Customer Care - 8/4/2014 11:43:40 PM
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