PermaFoam Comfort wound dressings

PermaFoam Comfort wound dressings
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The foam dressing with the special hydrophilic foam structure and a hypoallergenic adhesive film for a fixation which is safe and impermeable to germs.

PermaFoam wound dressing has around the edges a hypoallergenic adhesive film for a fixation which is safe and impermeable to germs.

Absorbent polyurethane foam wound dressing that manages exudate whilst facilitating a moist wound environment. This allows for autolytic debridement and supports the development of granulation tissue.

PermaFoam has a capillary structure that provides vertical wicking of exudate from the wound surface, minimising the risk of maceration at wound edges.

Retains up to 90% of capacity under standard compression. Also available with adhesive border.infected wounds as with any semi-permiable wound dressing.
 
Description
PermaFoam is a highly absorbent foam that manages exudate whilst facilitating a moist wound environment. This allows for autolytic debridement and supports the development of granulating tissue. 
 
PermaFoam has a capillary structure that provides vertical wicking of exudate from the wound surface, minimising the risk of maceration at wound edges.

Retains up to 90% of capacity under standard compression therapy for effective management of exudating lower leg venous ulcers. 
 
- MVTR: PermaFoam 1600g/ sqm / 24hrs
- MVTR: PermaFoam Comfort 1000g / sqm / 24hrs
 
PermaFoam is a highly conformable wound dressing. PermaFoam can be used for any moderately to highly exudating wound, including:
 
- pressure ulcers
- leg ulcers
- superficial burns
- superficial abrasions 
 
Contraindications:
- Partial and full thinkness burns
- PermaFoam Comfort is contraindicated in the treatment of infected wounds as with any semi-permiable wound dressing.
 
Uses
 
For the treatment of clinically non-infected, highly to moderately exudating wounds in the wound cleansing stage and granulation stage; especially for chronic problematic wounds such as leg ulcers or decubitus, particularly suitable for the treatment of venous ulcers in combination with a compression treatment, for the treatment of burns up to degree 2a, for deeper wounds or difficult-to-treat problem zones the specific shapes are used.


409408
0.30 kg
Data sheet
Wound Dressing Type
Bedsore