Indications: pressure injuries, partial and full-thickness wounds, leg ulcers, donor sites, wounds with light to moderate drainage, lacerations and abrasions, and first and second-degree burns
Contraindications: third-degree burns
May be left in place for up to 7 days; Dressing change frequency will depend on amount of drainage
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