Hollister Endoform Dermal Template Collagen Dressing

Hollister Endoform Dermal Template Collagen Dressing



Hollister Endoform Dermal Template Collagen Dressing is an extracellular matrix which supports all phases of healing. It is a sterile, single use ovine forestomach-derived extracellular matrix intended to cover, protect, and provide a moist wound environment. Endoform wound care has significant advantages over traditional collagen dressings and is widely accessible to wound care clinicians and patients needing wound care from day one.

Endoform Dermal Template Features

  • Supports healing in acute and chronic wounds
  • Serves as a scaffold to hold tissues together
  • Regulates intercellular communication
  • Provides structural support to help tissue repair
  • No physician fixation required

Item #DescPkg Price 
529311 2" x 2" (5cm x 5cm), Non-Fenestrated Each $0.51
529311 2" x 2" (5cm x 5cm), Non-Fenestrated 10/Pack $5.07
529312 2" x 2" (5cm x 5cm), Fenestrated Each $0.58
529312 2" x 2" (5cm x 5cm), Fenestrated 10/Pack $5.21
529313 4" x 5" (10cm x 12.7cm), Non-Fenestrated Each $2.01
529313 4" x 5" (10cm x 12.7cm), Non-Fenestrated 10/Pack $18.30
529314 4" x 5" (10cm x 12.7cm), Fenestrated Each $2.01
529314 4" x 5" (10cm x 12.7cm), Fenestrated 10/Pack $18.30

What is Endoform Dressing?

Endoform Dermal Template is a collagen dressing with an intact extracellular matrix (ECM). Derived from ovine (sheep) forestomach tissue, this advanced wound care dressing is non-reconstituted collagen, thus it retains the innate biological structure of the native ECM associated macromolecules including elastin, fibronectin, glycosaminoglycans and laminin. When rehydrated with wound exudate or sterile saline, this dressing transforms into a soft conforming sheet, which is naturally incorporated into the wound over time. It contains:

  • Natural intact collagen scaffold
  • Secondary molecules that are important during healing
  • Only natural tissue components

How does Endoform Collagen Dressing work?

Endoform contains components important to the tissue healing process. The composition of Endoform’s natural extracellular matrix enables appropriate interactions with the patient’s cells during the phases of healing. Endoform is 85% collagen and contains important structural and adhesion proteins, and glycosaminoglycans (GAGs). Endoform only contains components that are found in the extracellular matrix.

When to use Endoform Natural Dermal Template?

Endoform Natural Dermal Template is indicated for the management of wounds including:
  • Partial and full thickness wounds
  • Pressure ulcers
  • Venous ulcers
  • Diabetic ulcers
  • Chronic vascular ulcers
  • Tunneled/undermined wounds
  • Surgical wounds (donor sites, grafts, post Moh’s surgery, post laser surgery, pediatric, wound dehiscence)
  • Traumatic wounds (abrasions, lacerations, first and second degree burns, and skin tears)
  • Draining wounds

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What to buy with Endoform Dermal Template Collagen Dressing?

  • Anacapa Anasept Antimicrobial Skin And Wound Cleanser 
  • McKesson Cotton-Tipped Applicators
  • NewMedical NewGel Plus E Skin Scar Ointment

  • How to use Endoform Dermal Template Collagen Dressing?

    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.

    How to apply Endoform Dressing?

    1. Select a sheet of the dermal template which is slightly larger than the wound and apply aseptically.
    2. Endoform application can be done as a whole sheet or trimmed so that it contacts the wound margins. Multiple sheets can be used to cover the entire wound bed.
    3. For ease of handling, apply the dermal template by placing the dry material in the wound and rehydrating with exudate or sterile saline. When hydrated this wound dressing transforms into a soft conforming sheet. Ensure that the dermal template conforms to the underlying wound bed.
    4. To protect the Endoform Dermal Template collagen dressing from adhering to the secondary dressing, consider applying a non-adherent dressing over the dermal template to help protect the tissue while facilitating an optimal moist wound healing environment.
    5. Secure the dressing using an appropriate secondary dressing. The overlying dressing should be changed according to standard of care taking into account the level of exudate.
    6. The biodegradable Dermal Template is naturally absorbed and incorporated into the wound over time. The dressing may last up to 7 days in the wound, depending on the wound environment.
    7. It can be used in conjunction with compression therapy and negative pressure wound therapy under the supervision of a health care provider.

    Endoform Dressing Changes

    • Duration of treatment and reapplication is determined by the physician and depends upon the wound type and conditions.
    • Reapply when the dermal template has been incorporated into the wound. It is recommended to assess the wound within 72 hours. Endoform Dermal Template may last up to 7 days in the wound, depending on the wound environment.
    • Carefully cleanse the wound surface in accordance with established procedures. Do not attempt to remove the off-white to golden gel that forms from residual dressing in the wound as it contains extracellular matrix components that assist in wound healing. 
    • If areas of the dermal template are dry upon inspection, rehydrate with sterile saline and leave in place.
    • It is not necessary to remove any residual dressing during dressing changes. However, if the product has been overlapped onto the peri-wound area, the remaining loose product that has not incorporated into the wound may be gently removed around the edges if desired.
    • Change the secondary dressings as needed, and when the wound dressing is re-applied.

    Precautions while using Endoform Dermal Template

    • 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 wound care is not indicated for use on third degree burns.

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