Medline Optifoam Thin Adhesive Foam Dressing

Medline Optifoam Thin Adhesive Foam Dressing

Brand/Manufacturer: MEDLINE INDUSTRIES
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  • FSA Approved
  • Latex Free

Medline Optifoam Thin Adhesive Foam Dressing is a highly conformable polyurethane foam adhesive dressing. It can remain in place up to seven days depending on the amount of drainage. The dressing is ideal in the management of lightly draining wounds and skin tears. It is light and flexible for increased patient comfort.

Medline Optifoam Thin Foam Dressing Highlights

  • Sterile
  • Self adhesive
  • Latex Free
  • Waterproof/Bacterial barrier
  • Highly conformable

Item # Desc Pkg Reward Price
MSC1523EPH 2" x 3" (5.1cm x 7.6cm) Each $0.12
$3.85
$2.38
MSC1523EPH 2" x 3" (5.1cm x 7.6cm) 5/Pack $0.68
$19.13
$13.66
MSC1544EPH 4" x 4" (10.2cm x 10.2cm) 5/Pack $1.00
$28.11
$20.05
MSC1523EPZ 2" x 3" (5.1cm x 7.6cm) 10/Pack $1.36
$38.18
$27.27
MSC1523EP 2" x 3" (5.1cm x 7.6cm) 100/Case $11.14
$289.54
$222.72
MSC1544EPH 4" x 4" (10.2cm x 10.2cm) Each $0.20
$6.43
$4.01
MSC1544EPZ 4" x 4" (10.2cm x 10.2cm) 10/Pack $1.82
$51.07
$36.48
MSC1544EP 4" x 4" (10.2cm x 10.2cm) 100/Case $17.32
$450.44
$346.49

Optifoam Self-Adherent Dressing Benefits

  • Acts like a bacterial barrier
  • Light, non-bulky and flexible for increased patient comfort
  • Permeable to water vapor and oxygen
  • Waterproof, allows the patient to shower
  • Self-adhesive, no need for a secondary dressing
  • Cushioned foam pad protects during the healing process
  • Can remain in place up to 7 Days depending on the amount of drainage
  • The low-profile and conformable foam can be used to protect the skin against abrasion from medical devices such as tubing and braces
  • Ability to cut allows Optifoam Thin to be used on irregularly shaped wounds found on digits, extremities and hard-to-reach areas
  • The durability of the adherent layer can help provide anchoring to tubes and dressings

What to buy with Optifoam Thin Adhesive  Dressing?


When to Use Medline Foam Dressing?

  • Skin tears
  • Abrasions
  • Superficial pressure ulcers

When to change Optifoam dressing?

  • Up to 7 days, dependent on patient condition and the level of drainage. 
  • Initially, it may be necessary to change the dressing every 24 hours or whenever good wound practice dictates the dressing should be changed

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