Coloplast Triad Hydrophilic Wound Dressing

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Coloplast Triad Hydrophilic Wound Dressing is a zinc-oxide-based hydrophilic paste. It's typically used to treat wound exudates that are light to moderate in severity. Coloplast triad paste absorbs exudate and adheres to moist wound beds gently. Coloplast Triad Dressing features great autolytic debridement by providing an ideal wound healing environment.

Why choose Triad Cream Wound Dressing?

Benefits of Triad Hydrophilic Wound Dressing

Apply anywhere

Triad is easy to apply, directly from the tube onto the wound or peri-wound skin, anywhere on the body.

Benefits of Triad Hydrophilic Wound Dressing

Adheres to wet skin

Triad adheres to wet or dry skin and consistently stays in place, even in the presence of incontinence or maceration.

Benefits of Triad Hydrophilic Wound Dressing

Keeps the wound covered

Triad creates a moist wound environment that facilitates healing and autolytic debridement.

 

Triad Hydrophilic Wound Dressing Features

  • Provides occlusive wound dressing and soothes compromised peri-wound skin
  • Suitable for use on neonates
  • Coloplast triad paste can be utilized when conventional dressings are not feasible
  • Used for light-to-moderate levels of wound exudates
  • Triad wound dressing simplifies protocol for many types of un-conventional wounds
  • Moist, healing environment is maintained
  • Protects peri-wound skin
  • Ideal for difficult to dress areas
  • Non-Adhesive dressing

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When to use Hydrophilic Wound Dressing?

Triad Wound Dressing is recommended for the following conditions:

  • Local management of venous stasis and pressure ulcers
  • Dermal lesions/injuries
  • First and second-degree burns
  • Partial and full-thickness wounds
  • Superficial wounds
  • Scrapes

Contraindications of Triad Wound Dressing

Triad Dressing is not suggested to be used on the following :

  • Third degree burns
  • Infected wounds

How to use Coloplast Wound Dressing?

Triad application:

How to use triad hydrocolloid wound dressing?

Always cleanse the wound before applying Triad

How to use triad hydrocolloid wound dressing?

Triad can be applied directly from the tube or by using a gloved finger

How to use triad hydrocolloid wound dressing?

Gently spread Triad evenly over the area of application to the thickness of a dime

 


Triad on wound with depth:

How to use triad hydrocolloid wound dressing?

For wounds with depth, gauze impregnated with Triad may be used

How to use triad hydrocolloid wound dressing?

Fold or fluff the gauze to fit within the wound bed

How to use triad hydrocolloid wound dressing?

Cover the wound with a secondary dressing

 

How to remove Triad Hydrocolloid Wound Dressings?

How to use triad hydrocolloid wound dressing?

Use pH-balanced wound cleanser to soften Triad

How to use triad hydrocolloid wound dressing?

Gently wipe to remove without scrubbing

How to use triad hydrocolloid wound dressing?

For complete removal repeat as needed

 

Triad Wound Dressing Guide

Triad Wound Dressing Brochure
Trial Hydrophilic Wound Dressing User Manual
Triad Case Study

Coloplast Triad Dressing Reviews

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