Hartmann PermaFoam Non-Adhesive Foam Dressing
Hartmann PermaFoam Non-Adhesive Foam Dressing

Hartmann PermaFoam Non-Adhesive Foam Dressing

Brand/Manufacturer: HARTMANN USA, INC.

Hartmann PermaFoam Non-Adhesive Foam Dressing combines a high moisture vapor transmission rate (MVTR) and an excellent absorption capacity to produce a dressing unsurpassed in fluid handling. The outer waterproof membrane protects the wound from contaminants and bacteria. The special hydrophilic foam structure wicks fluid away from the wound bed.

Key Points of PermaFoam Dressing

  • High retention rate
  • Can be used under compression
  • Good padding properties
  • Soft and smooth
  • Available in different sizes and shapes

Item #DescPkgRewardPrice 
409426 3.2" x 3.2", Tracheostomy 10/Pack $1.58
409401 4" x 4" Each $0.17
409401 4" x 4" 10/Pack $1.63
409405 6" x 6" Each $0.40
409405 6" x 6" 5/Pack $1.73

PermaFoam Non-Adhesive Foam Dressing Features

  • Polyurethane top layer is permeable to water vapor
  • Strong capillary effect of the special hydrophilic pore structure enables a rapid transport of wound exudate
  • Large pores and high absorption capacity effectively support wound cleansing
  • Specific surface structure stimulates the formation of healthy granulation tissue
  • Fast vertical absorption reduces the potential of maceration at wound perimeter
  • High fluid handling capacity may reduce the need for dressing changes
  • Ensures a balanced moist wound environment
  • Germs and cell debris are safely bound, even under compression
  • Latex-free
  • Sterile

When to use PermaFoam Dressing?

  • Management of chronic draining wounds including pressure ulcers, leg ulcers and diabetic foot ulcers
  • For use on medium to heavy exudating wounds
  • Ideal for use under compression bandaging systems
  • PermaFoam tracheostomy for the care of tracheostomy cannulas and tubular applications

Areas of using of PermaFoam Dressing:

  • Acute Wounds
  • Burns
  • Cavity Wounds
  • Chronic Wounds
  • Deep Wounds
  • Dehisced Wounds
  • Diabetic Foot (Ulcers)
  • Granulating/Epithelializing Wounds
  • Moderate/Highly Exudating Wounds
  • Pressure Ulcers
  • Sloughy Wounds
  • Surgical Wounds
  • Venous Ulcers

PermaFoam dressings are not indicated for the management of third-degree burns.

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