- A necessity for home health nurses, this kit provides supplies that can be neatly stored in a car's trunk or back seat
- Suitable tool for a PHD model and for emergent needs
- Kit includes: 2000 mL drain bag; 500 mL leg bag comfort straps; conforming, foam and roll bandages; wound spray; foley catheters (2 sizes); wood cotton tip swabs; five different types of wound dressings; suture removal tray; piston irrigation syringe; hand sanitizer; gauze; skin staple remover; packing strips; various tapes; c-fold paper towels; Foley catheter insertion tray; and Sureprep skin wipes
- Gel with ionic silver technology for sustained antimicrobial protection
- Advanced fluid handling capable of donating or absorbing moisture
- Nonstaining and gentle to healthy tissue
- Viscous formulation remains in place in the wound up to three days
- Sterile pad with extra absorbency and wicking to handle heavily draining wounds
- Soft, nonwoven outer layer quickly wicks fluid to a cellulose center, helping to keep the wound dry
- Highly absorbent cellulose quickly absorbs and disperses fluids to prevent pooling
- Hydrophobic back helps prevent strike-through
- Sealed edges prevent linting
- Polyester/cotton weave provides excellent elasticity, recoverability and breathability
- Color-coded by size for quick identification
- Features self-closure that keeps bandage wrapped and secure without the need for clips
- U.S.P. absorbent fine mesh petrolatum gauze impregnated with a 3% Bismuth Tribromophenate deodorizing agent helps maintain moisture
- Dressing clings and conforms yet is permeable to allow minimal drainage to pass through to secondary dressing
- Nonadherent design helps prevent secondary dressings from "sticking" to wound/periwound skin and helps prevent trauma from dressing changes
- Ideal for nondraining to lightly draining wounds including lacerations, minor or partial thickness burns, abrasions, skin graft sites and suture wounds
- Puracol Plus AG+ collagen wound dressings with silver help jump-start stalled or chronic wounds1,2,3 when antimicrobial properties of silver are desired and help promote natural healing
- High-quality 100% collagen powder maintains a high degree of nativity 4,5
- High gel integrity6 helps the dressings stay in good contact with the wound bed over time
- Indications: pressure, venous, diabetic ulcers, partial and full-thickness wounds, ulcers caused by mixed vascular etiologies, first- and second-degree burns, donor sites and other surface wounds, abrasions, traumatic wounds healing by secondary intention, and dehisced surgical wounds
- Contraindications: active vasculitis or patients with known sensitivity to collagen or silver; product not indicated for third-degree burns
- Driver V, French M, Cain J, Hagen H, Hijazin M, Patel M. The Use of Native Collagen Dressings on Chronic Lower Extremity Wounds: Case Studies. Presented at SAWC. Tampa, FL. 2007.
- A Clinical Safety and Efficacy Evaluation on Seriously Chronic Wounds with a Native Collagen Dressing, data on file.
- Rogers LC, Armstrong DG. The promise of stem cells. Podiatry Management. June/July 2007:65-70.
- Data on file.
- Picrosirius Assay to Determine Relative Nativity of Two Collagenous Dressings, internal report.
- Comparative Physical Properties of Two Collagenous Dressings, Promogran and Puracol Plus, data on file.