Medline SilvaSorb Silver Antimicrobial Wound Gel

Medline SilvaSorb Silver Antimicrobial Wound Gel

Brand/Manufacturer: MEDLINE INDUSTRIES
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  • Prescription required
  • FSA Approved
  • Latex Free
  • Free Shipping no minimum

This product is on backorder and will be available to purchase once it is back in stock.

Medline Silvasorb Gel helps to manage bacterial burden while providing continuous antimicrobial protection. Hydrogel silver antimicrobial self-activating wound gel harnesses the power of ionic silver by releasing it at a controlled level for broad-spectrum antimicrobial action. Silvasorb Hydrogel Dressing is ideal for lightly draining wounds in need of an antimicrobial barrier. The gel creates an ideal wound environment by absorbing or donating moisture.

Why choose Medline Silvasorb Gel?

  • Donates or absorbs moisture
  • Antimicrobial silver
  • Non-stinging
  • Non-staining
  • Latex free
  • Applicable on partial and full-thickness wounds

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Features of Medline Antimicrobial Wound Gel

  • Medline SilvaSorb Silver Antimicrobial Wound Gel kills microbes and donates moisture
  • Advanced fluid management helps provide a moist wound healing environment
  • Completely biocompatible with the tissue cells of healing
  • Silvasorb Wound Dressing Provides constant antimicrobial protection
  • Gentle for patient and easy to use
  • Non-staining and helps manage bacterial burden
  • Antimicrobial properties will inhibit the growth of organisms in the gel
  • Antimicrobial silver hydrogel with ionic silver to manage bioburden in dry to moderately draining wounds
  • Can be easily combined with secondary dressing
  • Amorphous gel may be left in place for up to 3 days, dressing change frequency will depend on amount of drainage


What to buy with Medline Silver Antimicrobial Gel


Where to use Medline Silvasorb Gel?

  • Cuts and scrapes (Lacerations and abrasions)
  • Tears in the skin (Skin tears)
  • Burns, including minor ones (First and second-degree burns)
  • Sores caused by pressure (Pressure injuries)
  • Wounds from surgery (Surgical wounds)
  • Wounds that go through different layers of the skin (Partial and full-thickness wounds)
  • Sores on the legs (Leg ulcers)
  • Open sores on the feet due to diabetes (Diabetic foot ulcers)
  • Areas where skin is taken for grafts or donations (Graft wounds and donor sites)

When to use Silvasorb Silver Gel?

  • Light to moderately draining wounds
  • All wound depths
  • As a primary dressing

Changing frequency of Medline Silver Gel:

  • The amorphous gel may be left in place for up to 3 days
  • Dressing change frequency will depend on the amount of drainage


  • Not to be used by individuals with a known sensitivity to silver


Why choose Medline Antimicrobial Silver Gel?

MicroLattice - Controls The Release of Silver:

Silvasorb is composed of a synthetic, polyacrylate hydrophilic matrix that contributes to its flexibility, elasticity, and absorbency. The unique architecture of SilvaSorb begins with its MicroLattice matrix — the basic structure that allows moisture to be absorbed and the ionic silver to be released.

Its unique stabilized silver is suspended as minute particles throughout the molecular scaffolding of MicroLattice for even distribution of ionic silver.

Exposure to wound moisture dissolves the silver reservoir and stimulates the release of silver ions into the wound. The amount of silver released is controlled by a mechanism that not only regulates the release of silver but also prevents staining and discoloration by protecting the silver ions from light energy. As more fluid is absorbed over time, more silver ions are released, creating a controlled-release antimicrobial effect.

In many ways, MicroLattice acts like the skin:

  • It is biocompatible
  • It provides a barrier against infection
  • It offers moisture management
  • It is comfortable

Controls Bioburden Without Harming Healthy Tissue:

Silver ions have long been recognized for their broad-spectrum antimicrobial action. Overwhelming evidence has shown that concentrations well below a part per million are effective against the microorganisms commonly encountered in the clinical setting. However, too much silver can be harmful to the tissue cells in an open wound bed.

Medline Silvasorb Gel uses a combination of MicroLattice polymer and stabilized silver technologies to produce a controlled-release silver, antimicrobial wound dressing with moisture management. It maintains a level of ionic silver that is sufficient to control microorganisms without harming healthy tissue cells. This precision release mechanism is active against a broad spectrum of microbes, including MRSA, VRE, E.coli, and Pseudomonas, as well as fungi and yeasts.


How do you use Medline Antimicrobial Silver Wound Gel?

  • Firstly, Clean or debride the wound as necessary.
  • Apply a generous amount of Silver Antimicrobial Skin and wound Gel directly into the wound bed.
  • Cover with a sterile gauze or other appropriate secondary dressing and secure in place.

How to store SilvaSorb Antimicrobial Gel?

  1. Store at room temperature. Do not freeze.
  2. Protect from heat and light.
  3. Keep all drugs in a safe place. Keep all drugs out of the reach of children and pets

Note: Throw away unused or expired drugs. Do not flush down a toilet or pour down a drain unless told to do so. Check with the pharmacist if any questions about the best way to throw out drugs. There may be drug take-back programs in the area.

Medline Silvasorb Gel Safety Data Sheet


FAQs About Silvasorb Gel


1. Is SilvaSorb good for burns?

SilvaSorb Gel is safe and effective at treating partial-thickness burns and is associated with less pain and greater patient satisfaction over the course of treatment.

2. Does SilvaSorb gel Debride?

SilvaSorb Gel is an amorphous gel that is easy to spread and biocompatible. It is non-irritating, non-sensitizing, and will not harm new granulation tissue.

3. How long can you use SilvaSorb?

SilvaSorb Gel provides sustained antimicrobial protection for lightly exudating wounds during a wear time of up to 3 days.

4. How often should the gel be changed?

How much to change the gel depends on how the wound is doing. If the wound looks okay, you don't have to change the gel too often.

5. Does this need a secondary dressing?

You don't have to put another dressing on top of the gel because the gel is thick enough to stay in place by itself. But if you want extra protection for the wound or to keep the gel from getting on your clothes or bed, you can use another dressing.


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