Medline Optilock Non-Adhesive Super Absorbent Wound Dressing

Medline Optilock Non-Adhesive Super Absorbent Wound Dressing

Brand/Manufacturer: MEDLINE INDUSTRIES
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  • Latex Free

Medline Optilock Non-Adhesive Dressing is a primary dressing designed to absorb a remarkable amount of wound fluid even under compression. It locks the exudate away to help prevent maceration and skin irritation. It is a super absorbent dressing with non-adherent facing that minimizes disruption to the wound and allows for gentle removal.

Why choose Optilock Non-Adhesive Dressing?

  • Super absorbent polymer core
  • Does not stick to the wound or peri-wound skin
  • Quickly transfers exudate into the super absorbent core
  • Helps protect clothing and sheets
  • Locks moisture even being compressed
  • Does not stick to wound surfaces

Best Price Guarantee

Item # Desc Pkg Reward Price
MSC6433EPH 3" x 3" (7.62cm x 7.62cm) Each $0.17
$5.53
$3.42
MSC6433EPZ 3" x 3" (7.62cm x 7.62cm) 10/Pack $1.61
$45.23
$32.26
MSC6433EP 3" x 3" (7.62cm x 7.62cm) 100/Case $15.65
$407.08
$313.09
MSC6433EP 3" x 3" (7.62cm x 7.62cm), Value Pack 200/Case $31.31
$751.40
$626.17
MSC6444EPH 4" x 4" (10.2cm x 10.2cm) Each $0.16
$5.14
$3.22
MSC6444EPZ 4" x 4" (10.2cm x 10.2cm) 10/Pack $1.53
$42.96
$30.68
MSC6444EP 4" x 4" (10.2cm x 10.2cm) 100/Case $14.70
$382.23
$294.02
MSC6444EP 4" x 4" (10.2cm x 10.2cm), Value Pack 200/Case $26.68
$640.32
$533.60
MSC6455EPH 5" x 5.5" (12.7cm x 14cm) Each $0.17
$5.53
$3.42
MSC6455EPZ 5" x 5.5" (12.7cm x 14cm) 10/Pack $2.57
$71.96
$51.37
MSC6455EP 5" x 5.5" (12.7cm x 14cm) 100/Case $18.18
$472.52
$363.58
MSC6455EP 5" x 5.5" (12.7cm x 14cm), Value Pack 200/Case $28.57
$685.66
$571.38
MSC64610EPH 6.5" x 10" (16.5cm x 25.4cm) Each $0.53
$16.03
$10.68
MSC64610EPZ 6.5" x 10" (16.5cm x 25.4cm) 10/Pack $4.64
$130.08
$92.85
MSC64610EP 6.5" x 10" (16.5cm x 25.4cm) 50/Case $22.67
$589.44
$453.41
MSC64610EP 6.5" x 10" (16.5cm x 25.4cm), Value Pack 100/Case $45.66
$1095.92
$913.27

Features of Medline Optilock Wound Dressing

  • Optilock Non-Adhesive Dressing protects skin from maceration
  • Outer layer is waterproof
  • Primary or secondary dressing use
  • Locks in a fluid under compression and helps protect the peri-wound skin
  • Absorbs and locks in drainage
  • Can be placed for continuous up to 7 days depending on the amount of drainage
  • Non-adherent facing minimizes disruption to the wound and allows for gentle removal
  • Provides an optimal moist wound healing environment
  • Latex Free

Who can use Medline Optilock Non-Adhesive Dressing?

Individuals who suffers from the following can use Optilock Super Absorbent Wound Dressing:

Uses of Medline Optilock Super-Absorbent Wound Dressing

Preparation of Optilock Non-Adherent Wound Dressing

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 of Optilock Non-Adhesive Wound Dressing


Step 1:
Remove Optilock Wound Dressing from the package.

 

Step 2:
Place white side of dressing on the wound. Use a large enough dressing to cover the wound and surrounding skin.

 

Step 3:
Secure dressing in place with an appropriate secondary dressing.

 
Medline Optilock Non-Adhesive Dressing- Product Manual

What to buy with Optilock Non-Adhesive Wound Dressing


What is OptiLock?


Optilock dressing layers
  1. Dispersion Layer: Evenly distributes and then quickly transfers the exudate into the superabsorbent core
  2. Super Absorbent Core: Optilock Non-Adherent Dressing absorbs large amount of exudate, which is then converted into gel and locked away from the wound
  3. Blue Protective Backing: Helps protect clothing and sheets
 

How Optilock Wound Dressing Works?

  • Absorbs - Super absorbent polymer core efficiently absorbs high volumes of exudate. Gently absorbs exudate, even for the most heavily draining wounds
  • Locks - Inside the core, exudate is converted into a gel that is kept firmly away from the wound, even under compression. Gently protects against maceration, including the periwound skin
  • Adjusts - Continually adapts the level of absorption to the amount of wound drainage. Gently provides an optimal moist wound healing environment
  • Protects - Non-adherent wound contact layer prevents the Medline Optilock Dressing from sticking to the wound or periwound skin. Gently releases from the wound during dressing changes

Optilock Non-Adhesive Wound Dressing Absorbing capacity

Absorption Capacity Under Compression


Optilock absorbs approximately three times more fluid than a leading silicone-faced foam dressing.

Fluid Loss Under Compression


Optilock dressing retains substantially more fluid under compression than a leading silicone-faced foam dressing.



Contraindications

  • Third-degree burns
  • Do not use on non-exudating or minimally exudating wounds
  • Known sensitivity to the product itself or its components

Customer Reviews

Questions & Answers


 
 
question
How does it work?
Slavica - 8/12/2014 12:22:32 AM
answer
It absorbs a remarkable amount of wound fluid even under compression and locks it away to help prevent maceration. This super absorbent dressing has a non-adherent facing that minimizes disruption to the wound and allows for gentle removal. 

  • Absorbs - Super absorbent polymer core absorbs high volumes of exudate.
  • Locks - Exudate is converted into a gel that’s kept firmly away from the wound.
  • Adjusts - Continually adapts the level of absorption to the amount of wound drainage.
  • Protects - Does not stick to the wound or periwound skin.
Customer Care - 8/12/2014 11:55:13 PM
question
What is the frequency of change?
Linda - 8/5/2014 12:38:29 AM
answer
It can remain in place up to seven days, depending on the level of exudate.
Customer Care - 8/7/2014 12:09:27 AM
question
When do I use it?
Kevin - 7/21/2014 1:23:45 AM
answer
A primary dressing on partial-thickness and full-thickness wounds or a secondary dressing on full-thickness wounds, including:
  • Ulcers (pressure, venous, neuropathic/diabetic)
  • Postoperative wounds
  • First- and second-degree burns
Customer Care - 7/21/2014 8:36:30 AM
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