Hollister Restore Hydrocolloid Dressing with Foam Backing
Hollister Restore Hydrocolloid Dressing with Foam Backing

Hollister Restore Hydrocolloid Dressing with Foam Backing


Hollister Restore Hydrocolloid Dressing is sterile, occlusive dressing with a flexible outer layer that is impermeable to microorganisms, urine, and feces and protects wounds from the external environment. The heat-activated, self-adhesive inner layer maintains a moist environment while absorbing excess wound exudate. It is designed for use on dermal ulcers and partial-thickness wounds with light to moderate amounts of exudate.

Item 519932 is backordered from the manufacturer and will ship once it becomes available.

Item #DescPkgRewardPrice 
519930 4" x 4" (10cm x 10cm) 5/Pack $0.23
519932 6" x 8" (15cm x 20cm) 3/Pack $0.39
519935 8" x 8" 20cm x 20cm) 3/Pack $0.55


  • Hollister Restore Hydrocolloid Dressing with Foam Backing is designed for low friction areas with moderate exudate 
  • Occlusive dressing with white foam backing
  • Assist in autolytic debridement
  • Insulate the wound to maintain normal tissue temperature
  • Includes disposable wound measuring guide

More Information

  • Application of Dressing:
    - Choose the correct size Restore Hydrocolloid Dressing so that it extends one inch beyond the wound edges on all sides. (Dressings may be overlapped or cut to accommodate the size of the wound).
    - Remove dressing from package. (Restore Hydrocolloid Dressings are provided in sterile packages if aspetic technique is required).
    - Remove the release papers from the dressing. (Too much handling of the adhesive may interfere with good dressing and skin contact).
    - Center the dressing over the wound site. (The dressing will not adhere to the moist wound surface. If required, fill in dead space prior to application of the dressing).
    - Gently press the dressing to the skin and smooth out wrinkles. (For difficult-to-manage sites, hold dressing in place for 60 seconds to improve adherence. Taping of the edges of the dressing is not required but may help in areas of high friction such as heels, elbows, or coccyx).
  • Removal of Dressing:
    - Put on gloves.
    - Carefully lift an edge of the dressing while pressing down on the skin.
    - Continue this procedure around the wound bed until all edges are free of the skin.
    - Dispose of dressing properly.
    - Wash hands.
    - Document dressing change, wound measurements and other pertinent observations regarding the wound or periwound site. 
  • Note:
    - Restore Hydrocolloid Dressing should be left in place (not more than 7 days) unless it is uncomfortable, leaking, or there are clinical signs of infection.

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