ConvaTec DuoDERM Extra Thin Dressing - 4 x 4 inches - Square - 187955

ConvaTec DuoDERM Extra Thin Dressing - 4 x 4 inches - Square - 187955

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  • Latex Free
  • Made in USA

Convatec DuoDERM Extra Thin Dressing is a flexible and conformable hydrocolloid wound dressing. It combines the unique hydrocolloid formulation with a vapor-permeable outer film to provide an occlusive moist environment. DuoDERM film covers susceptible areas anywhere on the body and gently protects the newly formed tissue or skin at risk of breakdown.

Benefits of Extra Thin DuoDERM Dressing

  • Moisture-resistant dressing
  • Supports wound repair
  • Protects the skin at risk
  • Can be cut to shape
  • Latex-free

Item #DescPkg Price 
187660 4" x 4", CGF Sterile 5/Pack $1.19
$55.60
$39.73
187661 6" x 6", CGF Sterile 5/Pack $2.78
$135.60
$92.81
187955 4" x 4" Each $0.11
$5.65
$3.55
187955 4" x 4" 5/Pack $0.48
$25.65
$15.99
187955 4" x 4" 10/Pack $0.81
$40.80
$26.99
187955 4" x 4" 50/Case $3.90
$200.55
$129.99

Why Choose Extra Thin Hydrocolloid Dressing?

  • Improves healing rate and increases epithelialization
  • Provides a moist wound healing environment
  • Can be used anywhere on the body to protect the newly-formed tissue
  • Contains both a Triple Hydrocolloid Matrix and a viral/bacterial barrier
  • Translucent backing prevents needless dressing changes that can cause discomfort and disturb healing
  • Translucent backing also enhances dressing placement and initial monitoring of the wound
  • Can be used as a primary dressing for the treatment of lightly exuding wounds
  • Can be used as a secondary dressing to secure an Aquacel Dressing or an Aquacel Ag Dressing
  • Wide variety of DuoDERM extra thin sizes and shapes like oval, square, rectangle, etc. fits different types of wounds
  • Thin design makes it highly conformable
  • Prevents damage to new epithelium upon removal
  • Moisture-resistant for ease of cleaning or showering
  • Long wear time means fewer dressings are required
  • Reduces the risk of infections
  • Can be cut to shape to dress awkward areas
  • Easy to use
  • Beige in color

Protection with DuoDERM Extra Thin Dressing

  • Thin polyurethane film provides a bacterial and viral barrier when the dressing remains intact and without leakage
  • Reduces the risk of further skin breakdown due to friction by preventing contact with clothes/bed linen
  • Dressing can be removed without damaging newly formed tissue
  • Film provides a waterproof barrier over the dressing

When to use DuoDERM 187955 Thin Dressing?

DuoDERM Extra Thin Hydrocolloid Dressing can be used for the management of the following conditions:
  • Dry to lightly exuding dermal ulcers or wounds
  • Stage I and II pressure ulcers
  • Postoperative wounds
  • Superficial wounds
  • Skin tears
  • Newly-formed tissue
  • Skin at risk of further breakdown

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How to Use DuoDERM CGF Dressing?

How to Apply DuoDERM Square Dressing?

  1. Wash your hands, cleanse and rinse the wound and then dry the surrounding skin.
  2. Measure the wound to select the appropriate dressing size, allowing a 3.0cm (1-1/4 inch) overlap on the intact skin around the whole wound.
  3. Warm the DuoDERM dressing between your hands.
  4. Remove the "top" white release paper, being careful to minimize finger contact with the adhesive surface.
  5. Hold the adhesive side of the dressing over the wound.
  6. Align the dressing with the center of the wound.
  7. Gently apply the center part of the dressing.
  8. Remove the "bottom" white release paper while rolling the dressing in place - but do not stretch it.
  9. Repeat the above procedure on the other side and remove the clear release paper.
  10. Gently mold the dressing into place for 30-60 seconds.

How to Remove DuoDERM Extra Thin Dressing?

  1. Gently lift one corner of the DuoDERM thin dressing.
  2. Roll it away from the wound while holding the skin away.
  3. Gently lift the other corners and pull upwards until the dressing completely peels off.

Contraindications:

  • Should not be used on individuals who are sensitive to or have had an allergic reaction to the dressing or its components.

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What are the features and benefits of extra thin dressing?
Steven - 10/6/2014 7:54:03 AM
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  • DuoDERM Extra Thin dressing is designed to cover and protect susceptible areas
  • Designed to promote a moist wound environment, which supports healing and prevents damage to new epithelium upon removal
  • Translucent backing is designed to prevent needless dressing changes that can cause discomfort and disturb healing
  • Moisture-resistant for ease of cleaning/showering
  • Can be used as a primary or secondary dressing
  • Available in a wide variety of sizes and shapes - including oval, square, and rectangle
  • Thin design is flexible and conformable
  • Can be cut to shape
  • Helps to reduce cost of care for caregiver
  • Long wear time means fewer dressings required
Customer Care - 10/7/2014 12:17:00 AM
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When do I use extra thin dressing?
William - 10/3/2014 12:32:19 AM
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DuoDERM Extra Thin dressing is designed to cover and protect susceptible areas
  • Can be used anywhere on the body to gently protect newly-formed tissue or skin at risk of breakdown
  • May be used on skin tears, superficial wounds, dry-to-lightly exuding dermal ulcers, and postoperative wounds
Customer Care - 10/6/2014 12:14:27 AM
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What is the frequency of change?
Jeanne - 9/23/2014 12:48:03 AM
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Maximum recommended weartime is up to seven days.
Customer Care - 9/24/2014 8:02:03 AM
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How do I remove the dressing?
Shelley - 9/15/2014 7:51:49 AM
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Press down on the skin with one hand and carefully lift an edge of the dressing with your other hand. Gently roll off of the wound.
Customer Care - 9/16/2014 12:33:14 AM