What is Adaptic non-adhering dressing used for?

What is Adaptic non-adhering dressing used for?

ADAPTIC™ Non-Adhering Dressing protects the wound, minimizing pain and trauma with its petrolatum loaded mesh. ADAPTIC™ Non-Adhering Dressing protects the fragile tissue in wounds with a unique structure featuring a small mesh size.

How long should Adaptic non-adhering dressing stay on?

It is also suggested that a non-adherent dressing can be left in situ for five days in split-thickness grafts while they should be left in place for 7 to 10 days in full thickness grafts[14].

What is Adaptic dressing used for?

Adaptic Dressing is a primary dressing made of knitted cellulose acetate fabric and impregnated with a specially formulated petrolatum emulsion. It is designed to help protect the wound while preventing the dressing from adhering to the wound.

How often should Adaptic dressing be changed?

ADAPTIC TOUCH‰ was chosen as a wound contact layer with the aim of reducing trauma to the wound and pain at dressing changes. The pressure was set at -100mmHg. The dressing was changed every three days and reviewed weekly for the purposes of the evaluation.

How do you use oil emulsion dressing?

Clean and treat the wound as directed by physician. Directly cover the wound with the sterile non-adherent Oil Emulsion Dressing. Cover the sterile non-adherent Oil Emulsion Dressing with a secondary dressing for extra protection and absorbency.

How do you use non adhering silicone dressing?

Dressing Application

  1. Prepare the wound according to wound management protocol.
  2. Ensure skin surrounding the wound is dry.
  3. Remove protective films from dressing.
  4. Place ADAPTIC TOUCH™ Dressing directly over the wound and smooth in place around the wound.

When do you use oil emulsion dressing?

Oil Emulsion Dressings’ permeable knitted fabric allows wounds to drain freely into the absorbent dressing. Oil Emulsion Dressings are ideal for draining surgical wounds, open ulcers, abrasions and first- or second-degree burns.

How often do you change adaptic dressing?

Frequency of dressing changes. • Change the dressing every 3 to 7 days depending upon exudate and manufacturer guidelines. • If daily dressing changes are required, reconsider the appropriateness of this approach because these dressings are designed for extended wear for up to 7 days.

What is adaptic Gauze dressing?

ADAPTIC gauze is made of a knitted cellulose acetate fabric mesh that is coated with petrolatum emulsion. ADAPTIC dressings do not adhere to the wound and removes cleanly and painlessly. The mesh allows for wound exudate to pass through to an absorbent secondary dressing.

What is self-adaptive dressing?

Self-Adaptive dressing facilitates continuous autolytic debridement of various non-vital tissues, and also effective removal of its products from the wound bed. Together with sustainable moist wound environment, it supports quick reduction of wound inflammation and accelerated healing process in chronic wounds.