Triad Hydrophilic Wound Dressing Features
- Coloplast Cream 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
- Triad hydrophilic wound dressing is 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
- Coloplast triad hydrophilic wound dressing protects peri-wound skin
- Ideal for difficult to dress areas
- Non-Adhesive dressing
What to buy with Triad Cream
When to use Hydrophilic Wound Dressing?
Hydrophilic Wound Dressing uses are as follows:
- Local management of venous stasis and pressure ulcers
- Dermal lesions/injuries
- First and second-degree burns
- Partial and full-thickness wounds
- Superficial wounds
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 Triad Hydrophilic Wound Dressing?
Triad Cream Application
Always cleanse the wound before applying Triad.
Triad hydrophilic wound dressing can be applied directly from the tube or by using a gloved finger.
Gently spread Coloplast hydrophilic wound dressing evenly over the area of application to the thickness of a dime.
Triad Wound Dressing on Wound with Depth
For wounds with depth, gauze impregnated with Triad may be used
Fold or fluff the gauze to fit within the wound bed
Cover the wound with a secondary dressing
How to remove Triad Paste?
Use pH-balanced wound cleanser to soften Triad
Gently wipe to remove without scrubbing
For complete removal repeat as needed
Triad Wound Dressing Guide
Triad Hydrophilic Wound Dressing Brochure
Trial Hydrophilic Wound Dressing User Manual
Triad Case Study
FAQs About Triad Cream
1. Does Triad hydrophilic cream need a prescription?
Triad provides a moist wound environment, targets wounds, debrides them, & protects surrounding skin from excess drainage, and does not require any prescription.
2. What is Coloplast Triad Cream used for?
Triad is a sterile coating that can be used on broken skin. CMC allows Triad to adhere to wet skin, keeping the wound covered and protected from incontinence. Triad contains dimethicone to moisturize the skin and petrolatum and zinc oxide to reduce skin irritation.
3. How often to apply Triad wound cream?
Reapply Triad at least every 5-7 days or as necessary. For wounds needing autolytic debridement, reapply Triad layer 1-3 days as needed.
Coloplast Triad Dressing Reviews