Hydrofera Blue Classic Antibacterial Foam Tunneling Dressing
Hydrofera Blue Classic Antibacterial Foam Tunneling Dressing

Hydrofera Blue Classic Antibacterial Foam Tunneling Dressing

Brand/Manufacturer: HOLLISTER INCORPORATED
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Hydrofera Blue Classic Antibacterial Foam Tunneling Dressing provides a protective antibacterial cover that inhibits the growth of microorganisms. It is made by binding two organic pigments methylene blue and gentian violet that work to help bind bacteria and harmful endotoxins to the dressings. The micro pore structure of PVA foam rapidly wicks excess moisture away from wound.

Item #DescPkgPrice 
HBT0906 9mm Dia x 6" Tube Size Pair $16.99 $9.17
HBT0906 9mm Dia x 6" Tube Size 10 Pair/Pack $125.99 $81.59

Features

  • Hydrofera Blue Classic Antibacterial Foam Tunneling Dressing helps to maintain a moist wound environment
  • Rapid wicking and exudate retention
  • Assists in autolytic debridement
  • Resolution of epibole and flattening of wound edges
  • Non-cytotoxic
  • Compatible with enzymatic debriders and fibroblast growth factors
  • Physically binds harmful endotoxins which can aid in patient comfort
  • With or without devitalized tissue / slough & debris
  • Moderate to heavy exudate
  • DebrideManage bioburden
  • Help maintain moisture balance
  • Broad spectrum activity against microorganisms commonly found in wounds, including MRSA and VRE
  • Maintains similar or superior absorbency as compared to other highly absorptive dressings
  • Indications for Use
    - Pressure ulcers
    - Diabetic ulcers
    - Venous stasis ulcers
    - Arterial ulcers
    - Superficial burns
    - Donor sites
    - Post-surgical incisions
    - Trauma wounds
    - Abrasions
    - Lacerations

More Information

  • How To Apply
    - Hydrate with sterile saline or sterile water
    - Squeeze out excess fluid
    - Dressing may be cut to fit the wound bed If rolled edges are present, the dressing should cover both the wound and periwound area
    - Secondary dressing selection is based on exudate level
    - Change the first dressing at 24 hours
    • If the dressing retained its blue color where it had been in contact with the wound, the new dressing can be left in place for up to 72 hours
    • If the dressing turned white or lightened in color, continue 24-hour dressing changes until blue color is retained
    - As with many wound care dressings, moisture balance is key. If the dressing is dry, thoroughly remoisten with sterile saline or water, then gently remove the dressing
  • Contraindications
    - Third-degree burns
  • First Aid Measures
    - Eye contact is not considered a potential route of exposure. If in eyes, rinse cautiously with water for several minutes. Remove contact lenses, if present and easy to do. Continue rinsing. If eye irritation persists, get medical advice/attention
    - Inhalation is not considered a potential route of exposure. Move to fresh air in case of accidental inhalation If symptoms persist, get medical attention
    - Ingestion is not considered a potential route of exposure. If this occurs, call a physician or poison control center for advice.

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