Enluxtra Humifiber Self-Adaptive Wound Dressing
Enluxtra Humifiber Self-Adaptive Wound Dressing

Enluxtra Humifiber Self-Adaptive Wound Dressing

Brand/Manufacturer: OSNovative Systems Inc.
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Enluxtra Humifiber Self-Adaptive Wound Dressing is designed for all type of wounds from high exuding to low or no exuding. Enluxtra is targeted for wound protection, exudate management and optimal moisture balance maintenance. An optimal moist healing environment is ensured along the whole wound healing trajectory. Enluxtra Humifiber Dressing can absorb 1500% of its own weight and locks the fluid inside. Its patented technology continuously regulates the wound micro-environment to support natural physiological processes and induce an uninterrupted healing progression. Enluxtra Humifiber Dressing continuously monitors and neutralizes the factors that cause wound deterioration and further complications.

Item #DescPkgRewardPrice 
AWD-5-1010C Enluxtra Dressing; 4" x 4", (5.07oz) Each $0.07
$16.75
$7.13
AWD-5-1010C Enluxtra Dressing; 4" x 4", (5.07oz) 5/Pack $0.35
$49.99
$34.67
AWD-5-1010C Enluxtra Dressing; 4" x 4", (5.07oz) 10/Pack $0.66
$98.75
$66.29
AWD-5-1010C Enluxtra Dressing; 4" x 4", (5.07oz) 25/Pack $1.63
$199.99
$163.19
AWD-5-1010C Enluxtra Dressing; 4" x 4", (5.07oz) 100/Case $6.12
$749.99
$611.99
AWD-5-1515-5 Enluxtra Dressing; 6" x 6", (11.8oz) Each $0.18
$25.99
$17.99
AWD-5-1515-5 Enluxtra Dressing; 6" x 6", (11.8oz) 5/Pack $0.83
$125.99
$82.99
AWD-5-1515-5 Enluxtra Dressing; 6" x 6", (11.8oz) 10/Pack $1.56
$199.99
$155.54
AWD-5-1515-5 Enluxtra Dressing; 6" x 6",(11.8oz) 100/Case $15.45
$1899.99
$1544.99

Enluxtra Self-Adaptive Wound Dressing

Advantages:

  • High comfort dressing
  • Can be kept on for around 7 days for all levels of drainage
  • Locks absorbed fluid and reduce skin maceration
  • Protects healthy surrounding skin
  • Microbial and Strike Through Barrier
  • Bacteriostatic
  • Supports autolytic debridement
  • Non-Adherent Dressing
  • Non-traumatic and painless removal
  • Absorbed exudate is not released under high pressure, body weight or compression wrap
  • Does not adhere to the wound
  • Full compatibility with care protocols and other modalities
  • Highly positive feedback on usability and performance from patients and clinicians

Appropriate Wound Care:

  • Takes into account the changing and non-uniform nature of particular wounds
  • Complete debridement of devitalized and poorly functioning tissue
  • Treats a wound as a whole
  • Restoration of bacterial balance
  • Automatic Self-Customization to specific wound needs as per moist wound healing protocol
  • Consistent, personalized wound care
  • Absorbs the exudate where a lot of it present and at the same time hydrates the area which are dry or non-exuding
  • Fits any wound shape and size
  • If the wound stops exuding, the function of dressing reverts back to hydration

Concept Of One For All:

  • High Quality Advanced Dressing replaces: Foams, Hydrofibers, Alginates, Combinations, Hydrogels, Hydrocolloids and Film dressings
  • Various exudate intensity from high to none
  • Various etiology wounds

Clinical Test Approved:

  • Compliance with Best Practices and Guidelines
  • Microbial and Strike Through Barrier
  • Care Standardization at multiple settings with variable personnel expertise
  • Adjusts its function depending on the feedback it receives from each wound area
  • Improved Material and Labor Cost Efficiency
  • Effective even in the presence of serious systemic factors, which usually impede wound healing
  • Self-adjusted Absorbency, Moisture content and Moisture Vapor Transmission Transmission Rate (MVTR)

Safety With Enluxtra Dressings:

  • Passed all biocompatibility tests
  • Sterilized to 10 Sterility Assurance Level
  • Supplied in single-use heat sealed foil pouches
  • Latex-free Dressing

Indicated For Chronic wounds At Any Stage:

  • Pressure Ulcers
  • Arterial ulcers
  • Diabetic ulcers
  • Venous ulcers
  • Deep/tunneling wounds
  • Surgical
  • Traumatic
  • Skin grafts and donor sites
  • Burns (thermal, chemical, radiation)
  • Treatment of edema/lymphedema and optimization of cellular function

Dressing Absorbency Comparison:

Dressing Absorbency Comparison

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How To Use Enluxtra Dressing:

  • Select the appropriate size of Enluxtra Self-Adaptive Wound Dressing, allowing for at least a 3/4 inch skin overlap around the wound (the more overlap, the better).
  • Apply the dressing to the wound with the printed side facing out.
  • If the wound is elongated, align the dressing so that it is placed diagonally along the longest central line of the wound.
  • Allow for more skin overlap in the direction of the natural exudate flow to help the dressing trap and lock in the flowing exudate.
  • It is not recommended to cut Enluxtra to the size of the wound. The more healthy skin around the wound is protected by the dressing, the better.
  • However, you may trim the dressing if its edges interfere with nearby body parts.
  • Make sure that the dressing is in contact with the wound bed. If you are not sure that the dressing is touching the deep wound bed, press it from outside with folded gauze pads and wrap over, or use wound filler for cavity or tunneling wounds.

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  • Note: DO NOT use Enluxtra Self-Adaptive Dressings as a wound filler

Special Case Usage:

1. In cases where incontinence is involved, the dressing edges must be closed by water-resistant adhesive tape.Enluxtra Special Case Usage
2. If the wound size is larger than the available dressing size, you can use 2 or more dressings placed on the wound side by side and taped together.Enluxtra Special Case Usage
3. Place the dressing in a diagonal direction on coccyx wounds.Enluxtra Special Case Usage

When you start ENLUXTRA on a new wound, always follow these steps:

  • Assess wound conditions. If slough is present, use the Slough Removal Protocol.
  • Apply the appropriately sized Enluxtra dressing onto the wound allowing at least 3/4 inch of dressing margin/overlap onto the healthy skin or at least 1 inch for high drainage. The larger the dressing size, the higher its absorbing capacity.
  • Keep the first dressing on the wound for 2-3 days.
  • Remove the dressing, assess the wound conditions. If the wound conditions are improving, apply a new Enluxtra dressing. You may start reducing the frequency of dressing changes gradually to once a week or even once per 10 days as the wound heals.
  • If wound conditions are not improving and any of the following symptoms are present:
    - leakage from under the dressing edge: use larger size of Enluxtra
    - foul odor: check if the dressing stays in good contact with the wound bed
    - buildup of slough: check if the dressing stays in good contact with the wound bed
    - worsened peri-wound skin and wound edge: use larger size of Enluxtra.
  • Do not use skin preps with Enluxtra.
  • Also it is possible that pre-existing infection could be present and should be addressed. The dressing has to be changed more frequently until you see signs of improvement. Then you can start reducing the dressing change frequency.
  • If the drainage is controlled and the wound has healthy granulation with leveled edges but appears to be not healing, this indicates that:
    - the wound may need off-loading
    - underlying conditions have to be addressed
    - patient is not compliant
    - other factors exist that are unrelated to the dressing.

Contraindications:

  • Known sensitivity
  • Heavy arterial bleeding

Precautions And Warnings:

  • Sterile unless damaged or opened
  • Single-use
  • Store at temperatures below 100 degrees F

Consult A Clinician:

If you notice any of following:
  • Excessive drainage or change in color
  • Redness or warmth around the wound
  • Pain or tenderness
  • Unusual odor

Customer Reviews

Questions & Answers


 
 
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How will I know when to change Enluxtra?
Mexi - 3/8/2017 12:53:30 AM
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It is time to change Enluxtra when the exudate, visible through the backing film, gets close to the edge of the dressing.
Customer Care - 3/8/2017 10:45:03 PM
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Is it possible to take a shower while wearing Self-Adaptive Dressing?
Tamara - 10/26/2015 3:58:33 AM
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Yes, a patient may use shower while wearing Self-Adaptive Dressing. The dressing edges must be closed by water-resistant adhesive tape. The use of protective plastic cover over the wound dressing is always recommended.
Customer Service - 10/26/2015 3:59:14 AM
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Is Enluxtra Self-Adaptive Dressing FDA approved?
Brenda - 10/26/2015 3:55:00 AM
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Customer Service - 10/26/2015 3:56:12 AM
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what is it's shelf life
Dorothy - 10/26/2015 3:52:47 AM
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3 years. The expiration date is indicated on the back of each pouch and box. Hope that helps.
Customer Service - 10/26/2015 3:54:01 AM
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