Covidien Kendall Ultra-Soft Foam Wound Dressing

Covidien Kendall Ultra-Soft Foam Wound Dressing

Brand/Manufacturer: COVIDIEN/MEDTRONIC


Medtronic Covidien Kendall Ultra-Soft Foam Wound Dressing is a super absorbent hydrophillic foam dressing that protects and cushions wounds. Top-sheet material found on Kendall foam dressing allows moisture vapor transmission while preventing strike through. Small pores decrease the chance of tissue migration into the foam dressing. Highly conformable in difficult to dress areas.

Item #DescPkg Price 
55522 2" x 2" 25/Pack $1.07
55522 2" x 2" 100/Case $4.16
55544 4" x 4" 10/Pack $0.49
55544 4" x 4" 50/Case $2.42
55548 4" x 8" 10/Pack $0.89
55548 4" x 8" 50/Case $4.41
55535 3.5" x 3" Fenestrated 10/Pack $0.99
55535 3.5" x 3" Fenestrated 50/Case $4.80


  • Medtronic Covidien Kendall Ultra-Soft Foam Wound Dressing is non-adherent, makes dressing changes easy and comfortable
  • Conforms easily to all body contours
  • Sterile and individually wrapped
  • Non-linting dressing

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Are there any precautions?
Wagner - 9/19/2014 7:50:30 AM
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COPA Foam Dressings are not intended for full thickness burns.
Customer Care - 9/20/2014 12:05:37 AM
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How do I change / remove the dressing?
Virginia - 9/13/2014 7:26:25 AM
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The COPA Foam Dressing should be changed when signs of saturation are visible along the edge of the dressing or whenever good nursing practice dictates. To change the dressing, remove the securing bandages or tape and carefully lift the dressing off the wound. COPA Foam Dressings are non-adherent, non-adhesive and non-gelling. Dressing changes are fast, comfortable and will not disrupt healing granulation tissue.
Customer Care - 9/15/2014 12:05:01 AM
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What should be the frequency of change?
Elizabeth - 9/4/2014 7:36:08 AM
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The high absorbency of COPA Foam Dressing minimizes the need for dressing changes. In actual use, the frequency of changes will depend upon the nature and condition of the wound and the amount of exudate. For clean, superficial wounds, without any signs of saturation or infection, it may be left in place for up to one week.
Customer Care - 9/5/2014 12:11:17 AM
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How do I use it?
Melissa - 8/12/2014 12:18:34 AM
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Cleanse the wound area if necessary using a wound cleanser or saline. Rinse and dry the wound and surrounding areas thoroughly before dressing application.

Select the dressing which will provide a minimum of a 2 inch (5cm) foam margin around the edges of the wound. If necessary, cut the dressing to size to ensure a smooth, continuous fit with the skin surface. COPA™ Foam Dressings should be applied with the white side touching the dressing site. Place the dressing directly onto the wound surface and hold in place by covering with gauze bandage rolls, elastic bandage, stretch bandage, adhesive tape or other appropriate secondary dressing.
Customer Care - 8/12/2014 11:49:56 PM
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Why Pore Size Matters?
Kristine - 8/5/2014 12:33:59 AM
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The pores of COPA™ Foam Dressings wick exudate into the center, decreasing pooling and skin maceration. The smaller the pore, the less likely new skin on a healing wound will migrate into the foam. Small pore size results in the ultra-soft feel and satiny smooth.
Customer Care - 8/6/2014 11:59:25 PM
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Are these self-adhesive?
Sharon - 7/22/2014 1:12:46 AM
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COPA Foam Dressings are non-adherent, non-adhesive and non-gelling.
Customer Care - 7/22/2014 8:03:19 AM
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When do I use it?
Barbara S - 7/18/2014 8:25:00 AM
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Post-surgical incisions, pressure sores, venous stasis ulcers, diabetic ulcers, donor sites, abrasions, lacerations, superficial burns, other wounds inflicted by trauma and, as a secondary dressing or cover dressing for packed wounds. 
It is an ideal dressing in the local management of exudate that may occur at surgically induced body drainage sites such as a tracheostomy, G-tube, J-tube, Penrose drain, chest tube, nephrotomy tube or sump drain.
Customer Care - 7/21/2014 1:11:09 AM