Smith & Nephew Acticoat Seven Day Antimicrobial Barrier Wound Dressing

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Smith & Nephew Acticoat Seven Day Antimicrobial Barrier Wound Dressing has a nanocrystalline coating of pure silver that delivers antimicrobial barrier activity within 30 minutes and is effective for up to seven days. The sustained release of silver also means fewer dressing changes, resulting in less exposure of the wound bed to the environment. It protects the wound site from bacterial contamination while the inner core helps maintain the moist environment.

Why Choose Acticoat Dressing?

  • The dressing is available individually or in boxes
  • Latex-free
  • Contains silver to prevent infections
  • Provides a protective barrier against contaminants
  • Use with smaller wounds and abrasions

Acticoat Dressing Features

  • Smith & Nephew Acticoat Seven Day Antimicrobial Barrier Wound Dressing is an effective barrier to bacterial penetration
  • Rayon and polyester core helps manage moisture level and control silver release
  • Dressings can be cut to the desired shape and size to wrap around all body parts 
  • Silver-coated high-density polyethylene mesh facilitates the passage of silver through the dressing
  • Assists faster healing
  • Low adherent
  • Fast-acting
  • ACTICOAT 7 Day dressing pads by Smith are easy to use

Indications for Acticoat Dressing

ACTICOAT 7 Day dressing pads by Smith are an effective barrier to bacterial penetration. The barrier function of the dressing may help reduce infection in partial and full-thickness wounds including decubitus ulcers, venous stasis ulcers, diabetic ulcers, first- and second-degree burns, and donor sites. ACTICOAT 7 dressings may be used over debrided and grafted partial thickness wounds.

Precautions for Acticoat Dressing

  • For external use only. ACTICOAT 7 is not compatible with oil-based products, such as petrolatum
  • Avoid contact with electrodes or conductive gels during electronic measurements, e.g. EEG and ECG
  • In patients undergoing MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging), ACTICOAT must be removed from the area within the anatomical field being imaged
  • If ACTICOAT is being used on any area not within the image field, it may remain in place during the MRI
  • Avoid exposure to temperatures above 50 degrees C
  • Protect from light
  • Do not use if product color is not uniform
  • Do not use contents if the pack is opened or damaged

Smith & Nephew Acticoat Seven Dressing Instructions for Use

Application:

Follow standard protocol to cleanse wounds; do not use oil-based cleansing agents

For all other wounds:

  • Remove the ACTICOAT 7 dressing from the package and cut it to size
  • Apply the dry ACTICOAT 7 dressing to the wound, either side down, as the exudate will be sufficient to activate the dressing
  • Cover the ACTICOAT 7 dressing with an absorbent secondary dressing
  • Complete the dressing with appropriate gauze wrappings if necessary

For heavily exudative wounds

  • Remove the ACTICOAT dressing from the package and cut it to shape
  • Moisten the dressing with sterile water (do not use saline)
  • Allow the dressing to drain on an absorbent surface in a sterile field for at least 2 minutes
  • Apply the ACTICOAT 7 dressing to the wound surface, either side down
  • Cover the dressing with a moist absorbent secondary dressing which may be prepared by saturating gauze with sterile water and wringing out the excess water
  • Complete the dressing with appropriate gauze wrappings if necessary
  • If the dressing dries and adheres to the wound, moisten or soak the dressing prior to removal
  • Avoid forceful removal of the dressing and disruption of the healing wound

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