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Contact Dressings

Key Features & Benefits

3M™ Tegaderm™ Wound Contact Layer is transparent, permeable, virtually non-adherent and allows exudate to flow through its pores.

ImageCat #ProductNHS eClass
56423M™ Tegaderm™ Contact Dressing

7.5 x 10cm Dressing soft polymer wound contact sterile
EKH
56433M™ Tegaderm™ Contact Dressing

7.5 x 20cm Dressing soft polymer wound contact sterile
EKH
56443M™ Tegaderm™ Contact Dressing

20 x 25cm Dressing soft polymer wound contact sterile
EKH

References
Matrix Dressings
1. Greener B, Hughes A, Bannister N, Douglass J. Proteases and pH in chronic wounds. J Wound Care 2005;14:59-61
2. Korber A et al. Successful treatment of therapy-refractory chronic wounds with DerMax. Translated from ZfW Nr 6/06
Acrylic Dressings
1. Brown-Etris M, et al. A prospective, randomised, multisite clinical evaluation of a transparent absorbent acrylic dressing and a hydrocolloid dressing in the management of Stage II and shallow Stage III pressure ulcers. Advances in Skin and Wound Care. April 2008; vol 21: no 4 p 169-174
2. CUST-CAE-05-000003. 3M data on file 2003.
3. Thomas S. Experimental Studies on Tegaderm Film. 3M data on file, 2008.
4. Lloyd-Jones R, Graham K. There's no messing with this dressing! Using 3M Tegaderm Absorbent dressing for managing pre-tibial lacerations in the Nursing Home setting. Poster presentation Wounds UK Conference, Harrogate 2009.
Alginate AG Dressings
1. Major R. Comparison of Tegaderm Alginate Ag (silver alginate II) and Aquacel Ag dressings. 3M data on file 2010
Alginate Dressings
1. Thomas S. Surgical Dressings and Wound Management. 2010. Chapter 11 p245-246. MEDETEC. ISBN 1-84426-834-9.
Foam Dressings
1. Holm D, Zehrer C. In vitro and healthy human studies assess foam adhesive dressing breathability and fluid handling properties. Poster presentation. EWMA, Brussels, May 2011