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Argentum Silverlon Non Adherent Wound Pad Dressing

Argentum Silverlon Wound Pad Dressing is a multilayer wound dressing that combines a moisture barrier (film urethane layer) and an absorbent pad (rayon) with a Silverlon wound contact surface. It is a sterile, non-adherent, antimicrobial barrier wound dressing designed without tape. Easy to apply with the benefits of maintaining a moist wound environment.

Why choose Silverlon Dressing?

  • Easy to use non-adherent dressing
  • Helps to enhance patient comfort
  • Compatible with other treatments
  • Non-adherent to resist sticking to skin

Silverlon Wound Contact Dressing Features

  • Ideal for open wounds with light to moderate exudate
  • Designed with sheets of low adherence to tissue
  • Argentum Silverlon Wound Pad Dressing can be placed directly on the wound
  • Prevent the fabric from sticking to the wound
  • Little or no pain during dressing removal
  • Facilitate application of topical

When to use Silverlon Wound Pad Dressing?


  • Do not use on patients with known sensitivity to silver or nylon.
  • Do not use on 3rd-degree burns.

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How to use Argentum Silverlon Wound Pad Dressing?

  • Cleanse wound with sterile, distilled, or normal saline, removing necrotic debris or eschar as needed per local protocol.
  • Select the dressing pad size that overlaps the wound margins 1-2 cm.
  • Activate Silverlon Wound Pad by thoroughly moistening it with sterile water, distilled water, or normal saline.
  • Position Silverlon Wound Pad so that the pad is directly over the wound and the silver side of the dressing is in contact with the skin.
  • Secure with outer dressing per local protocol.
  • For exudating wounds, use an outer absorbent dressing. For dry wounds, use a moisture-donating outer dressing such as hydrocolloid or pre-moistened foam or gauze.
  • Periodically check the edges of the Silverlon dressing to ensure that correct moisture levels are maintained.
  • Silverlon Wound Pad may be used for 7 days but may require more frequent changing depending on wound condition and exudate build-up.
  • To remove Silverlon Wound Pad Dressings, remove outer dressing per the local protocol and gently depress surrounding skin while lifting pad dressing edges.
    • If the dressing is sticking to the wound, moisten the dressing with sterile water, distilled water, or normal saline as needed until it can be easily removed by gently lifting the corners.

Warnings and Precautions
Silverlon Dressings are intended for external use only. Contact a health care professional if any of the following signs or symptoms are noted:

  • Increased pain, increased bleeding, increased swelling, increased wound drainage, or increased redness in and around the wound site;
  • There is a change in wound color and/or wound odor;
  • The wound does not begin to show signs of healing; and
  • Any other unexpected symptoms occur.

Consult a health care professional when Silverlon Wound Dressings are used with other wound care products.

  • Do not use past expiration dates on the product packaging.
  • Do not use it if the pouch is damaged or open.
  • Do not use petroleum-based ointments or creams under Silverlon Dressings.
  • Do not moisten Silverlon Dressings with hydrogen peroxide or povidone-iodine.

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