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McKesson Hydrocolloid Sterile Thin Dressing

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2" x 2" (5.1 cm x 5.1 cm)

SKU 1882
$4.18 Each

2" x 2" (5.1 cm x 5.1 cm)

SKU 1882
$78.81 20/Pack
$3.94 Each

2" x 2" (5.1 cm x 5.1 cm)

SKU 1882
$1,574.18 20/Pack, 20Pk/Case
$3.94 Each

4" x 4" (10.2 cm x 10.2 cm)

SKU 1883
$3.75 Each

4" x 4" (10.2 cm x 10.2 cm)

SKU 1883
$34.51 10/Pack
$3.45 Each

4" x 4" (10.2 cm x 10.2 cm)

SKU 1883
$688.70 10/Pack, 20Pk/Case
$3.44 Each

6" x 6" (15.2 cm x 15.2 cm)

SKU 1884
$7.73 Each

6" x 6" (15.2 cm x 15.2 cm)

SKU 1884
$73.97 10/Pack
$7.4 Each

6" x 6" (15.2 cm x 15.2 cm)

SKU 1884
$1,478.81 10/Pack, 20Pk/Case
$7.39 Each
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McKesson Hydrocolloid Dressing provides an optimal wound healing environment with a matrix design that delivers enhanced absorbency, flexibility, and overall patient care. It can be used as a primary or secondary dressing for wounds with light to moderate exudate. The new design helps prevent residues from leaching into the wound bed, but it keeps the wound contact layer intact, reduces the potential for skin maceration, and assists in one-piece removal. The hydrocolloid layer reacts with cellular material from the wound to form a gel-like covering to help maintain a moist wound environment.

Why Choose McKesson Hydrocolloid Dressing?

  • Semi-transparent
  • Smooth, tapered design
  • Moisture-resistant backing
  • Low-profile rounded corners
  • Highly absorbent inner layer
  • Sterile
  • Single-Use
  • Not made with natural rubber latex


$3.34 $6.25

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5% Off* on future orders

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One-time purchase

$4.18 $6.25

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Features of McKesson 1882 Dressing

  • Low-profile rounded corners and smooth tapered design help reduce edge roll-up and risk of shear and friction
  • Helps maintain a moist wound environment to assist in autolytic debridement
  • When in contact with wound exudate, the dressing forms a fluid/gel environment over the wound bed
  • Mckesson Hydrocolloid Dressing does not break down or leave residue on the wound
  • Smooth, tapered design helps prevent edge roll-up
  • Cohesive dressing removal system does not break down or leave residue in the wound and facilitates easy removal without tearing the dressing or skin
  • Wound contact layer remains intact and minimizes potential wound bed disturbance
  • Semi-transparent outer layer permits wound site visualization without removing the dressing
  • Thin and Film Back versions feature smooth, tapered designs to help minimize friction and prevent dressing edges from rolling up
  • Thin hydrocolloid is semi-transparent, allowing visualization of the wound
  • Moisture-resistant backing helps prevent urine, feces, or moisture from penetrating the dressing to reduce the risk of contamination
  • Thin and flexible dressing conforms to body contours; adhesion is firm yet gentle to peri-wound skin
  • Highly absorbent inner layer effectively removes exudates from the wound and facilitates granulation, epithelization, and autolysis
  • Moisture-resistant outer barrier film helps prevent urine, feces, and/or moisture from penetrating the dressing reducing the risk of contamination to the wound
  • Up to 7 days of wear time provides an undisturbed moist wound environment, enhances healing, minimizes skin maceration, and reduces the frequency of dressing changes
  • Available in multiple shapes and sizes to fit caregiver needs including hard-to-dress areas such as the sacrum, heel, and elbow
  • Available with film-backing or foam backing to suit various application needs
  • Color: Light Beige
  • Shape: Square
  • Type: Thin

What to buy with McKesson Hydrocolloid Dressing

When to use Hydrocolloid Sterile Thin Dressing?

  • Management of partial and full thickness wounds such as leg ulcers and pressure sores.
  • Help maintain a moist wound healing environment to assist in autolytic debridement and protect the wound from external contamination.


  • Patients with known hypersensitivities to the components of the dressing or third-degree burns.
  • Conditions that lead to the formation of the wound (pressure, venous insufficiency, etc.) must be considered and addressed as part of the total wound care treatment plan.

Change Frequency:

  • Dressing change frequency is dependent upon the amount of drainage.
  • May be left in place for up to seven days or as directed by a healthcare professional.

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