MSC9445EPZ DRESSING, MAXORB® EXTRA AG, ALGNTE, 4X4.75 BY MEDLINE

MSC9445EPZ DRESSING, MAXORB® EXTRA AG, ALGNTE, 4X4.75 BY MEDLINE

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MSC9445EPZ DRESSING, MAXORB® EXTRA AG, ALGNTE, 4X4.75 BY MEDLINE

  • For moderate to heavily draining wounds
  • Helps manage bacterial burden1,2 with controlled-release ionic silver
  • Up to 21-day antimicrobial protection1,3
  • Easy dressing changes
  • Highly absorbent4
  • Reduces odor5
  • Fluid will not wick laterally
  • Indications: pressure injuries6; leg ulcers; first and second-degree burns; moderate to heavily draining partial and full-thickness wounds; diabetic foot ulcers; surgical wounds; graft and donor sites; and trauma wounds
  • Contraindications: third-degree burns; dry or lightly draining wounds; patients with a known sensitivity to alginates or silver; to control heavy bleeding; as a surgical implant
  • May be left in place for up to 21 days7 Dressing change frequency will depend on amount of drainage

    1. Chakravarthy D, Falconio-West M. A comparison of the antimicrobial efficacy of two silver ion containing absorptive fiber dressings. Presented at SAWC. Las Vegas, NV. 2006.
    2. Chakravarthy D, Fleck C Falconio-West M. An evaluation of two polysaccharide-silverbased high absorbency wound dressings. Presented at SAWC. Las Vegas, NV. 2006.
    3. Freeman R, Bradford C. 21 day in vitro study of sustained antimicrobial activity of a new silver alginate dressing. Presented at Wounds UK. Harrogate. 2006.
    4. Data on file.
    5. Chakravarthy D, Freeman R, Beele H, Meuleneire F, Nahuys M. Detailed clinical report:prospective randomized open label pilot study to evaluate a new silver alginate antimicrobial wound dressing on critically colonized chronic wounds. Internal report on file.
    6. Freeman R, Beele H, Meuleneire F, Nahuys M. Results of a multicentre randomized prospective open label pilot study to evaluate a new silver alginate antimicrobial wound dressing on critically colonized chronic wounds. Presented at Wounds UK Conference. Harrogate. 2006.
    7. Bradford C. Freeman R. Percival SL. in vitro study of sustained antimicrobial activity of a new silver alginate dressing. The Journal of the American College of Certified Wound Specialists, Volume 1, Issue 4, Pages 117-120. Material  Description