Hollister Endoform Dermal Template Dressing
Hollister Endoform Dermal Template Dressing

Hollister Endoform Dermal Template Dressing


Hollister Endoform Dermal Template Dressing is a collagen extracellular matrix (ECM) dressing which retains the structure and function of the intact, native ECM to help supplement the degraded matrix of patient. It also demonstrates broad-spectrum MMP activity reduction, especially against critical collagenases, gelatinases and additional MMPs. Intact, native extracellular matrix promotes tissue granulation and epithelialization for final wound closure.

Item 529314 is backordered from the manufacturer and will ship once it becomes available.

Item #DescPkgRewardPrice 
529311 2" x 2" (5cm x 5cm) Each $0.17
529311 2" x 2" (5cm x 5cm) 10/Pack $1.69
529312 2" x 2" (5cm x 5cm), Fenestrated Each $0.19
529312 2" x 2" (5cm x 5cm), Fenestrated 10/Pack $1.74
529313 4" x 5" (10cm x 12.7cm) Each $0.67
529313 4" x 5" (10cm x 12.7cm) 10/Pack $6.10
529314 4" x 5" (10cm x 12.7cm), Fenestrated Each $0.67
529314 4" x 5" (10cm x 12.7cm), Fenestrated 10/Pack $6.10

Endoform Dermal Template Dressing

Product Highlights:

  • Hollister Endoform Dermal Template Dressing serves as a scaffold to hold tissues together
  • Advanced care accessible to all clinicians; no physician fixation required
  • Regulates intercellular communication
  • Provides structural support to help tissue repair
  • Contains 90% native, intact collagen and 10% extracellular matrix components
  • Broad spectrum matrix metalloproteinases (MMPs) reduction

Indications For Use:

  • Partial and full thickness wounds
  • Pressure ulcers
  • Venous ulcers
  • Diabetic ulcers
  • Tunneled or undermined wounds
  • Surgical wounds (donor sites, grafts, post Mohs surgery, post laser surgery, podiatric and wound dehiscence)
  • Traumatic wounds (abrasions, lacerations, first and second degree burns, and skin tears)
  • Draining wounds

Importance of an Intact ECM:

An essential element in living tissue, the extracellular matrix:
  • Regulates intercellular communication
  • Serves as a scaffold to hold tissues together
  • Provides structural support to help tissue repair

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Instructions For Use:

  • Wound Preparation - 
    - Prepare the wound bed by cleansing, irrigation and, if necessary, debridement to ensure the wound is free of debris, necrotic tissue or infected tissue.
  • Dressing Application - 
    - Select a sheet of Endoform dermal template which is slightly larger than the wound and apply aseptically.
    - Endoform dermal template can be applied as a whole sheet or trimmed so it contacts the wound margins. Multiple sheets can be used to cover the entire wound bed.
    - For ease of handling, apply Endoform dermal template by placing the dry material in the wound and rehydrating with exudate or sterile saline until moistened. Ensure that Endoform dermal template conforms to the underlying wound bed. When rehydrated, Endoform dermal template transforms into a soft conforming sheet.
    - To protect Endoform dermal template from adhering to the cover dressing, consider applying a non-adherent dressing, such as Restore contact layer, over Endoform dermal template.
    - Secure the dressing using an appropriate cover dressing, such as Restore border foam dressing featuring TRIACT ADVANCED technology or Restore Hydro-Shield foam dressing. If antimicrobial properties are warranted, consider using Hydrofera Blue dressings. The secondary dressing should be changed according to standard of care taking into account the level of exudate.
    - Endoform dermal template is naturally incorporated into the wound over time.
  • Endoform dermal template can be used in conjunction with compression therapy and negative pressure wound therapy under the supervision of a health care provider.
  • Dressing Changes - 
    - Carefully cleanse the wound surface in accordance with established procedures. It is not necessary to remove the residual Endoform dermal template that forms, as it contains extracellular matrix components that assist in wound healing. Depending on the exudate color, the residual product may appear as an off-white to golden gel.
    - Reapply Endoform dermal template every 5–7 days or as needed, until the wound has re-epithelialized. Duration of treatment is determined by the physician and depends upon the wound type and conditions.
    - It is not necessary to remove any residual Endoform dermal template during dressing changes. However, if the product has been overlapped onto the periwound area, and if desired, the remaining loose product that has not incorporated into the wound may be gently removed around the edges.
    - Change the cover dressing as needed, and when Endoform dermal template is re-applied.


  • Do not apply to wounds with uncontrolled clinical infection, acute inflammation, excessive exudate or bleeding.
  • Endoform dermal template is supplied as a sterile dressing. Do not use if the pouch seal is broken.
  • Discard Endoform dermal template if mishandling has caused possible damage or contamination. 
  • Single use product. Do not attempt to re-sterilize. Discard all unused portions. To help reduce the potential for infection and/or other complications, do not reuse.
  • Always handle Endoform dermal template using aseptic technique.


  • Endoform dermal template is derived from an ovine (sheep) source and should not be used on patients with known sensitivity to ovine (sheep) derived material.
  • Endoform dermal template is not indicated for use on third degree burns.

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