Vitale Silicone Foam Dressings by CellEra, LLC
 
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Vitale Silicone Foam Dressings by CellEra, LLC

Manufacturer: Cellera, Llc.
  • Highly absorbent dressings for wounds with moderate to heavy drainage; absorbs many times its own weight, allowing the dressing to remain in the wound for up to 7 days
  • "Island" style, with an absorbent pad surrounded by a vapor permeable border; silicone adhesive border won't irritate peri-wound tissue; soft, flexible silicone adhesive ensures maximum patient comfort and nursing convenience Easy to remove for fast & efficient dressing changes
  • Absorbent pad is composed of 5 important layers, which keeps new granulation tissue moist, prevents it from drying out and encourages epithelialization
  • Single use only and can be used for the treatment of the following wounds: Pressure Ulcers; superficial and deep wounds; arterial ulcers; moderate to heavy exudating wounds; venous ulcers; diabetic ulcers; skin donor sites; and second degree burns
  • Not indicated for dry wound conditions or for 3rd degree burns; sterilized by exposure to gamma radiation and must not be resterilized

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Material Description Packaging
ELR20133 Vitale Silicone Foam Dressing, 3" x 3" 100/CS
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ELR20133Z Vitale Silicone Foam Dressing, 3" x 3" 10/BX
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ELR20144 Vitale Silicone Foam Dressing, 4" x 4" 100/CS
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ELR20144Z Vitale Silicone Foam Dressing, 4" x 4" 10/BX
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ELR20166 Vitale Silicone Foam Dressing, 6" x 6" 100/CS
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ELR20166Z Vitale Silicone Foam Dressing, 6" x 6" 10/BX
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Specifications

HPIS Code
  • 740_90_0_0
Latex Free
  • Yes
UNSPSC
  • 42311510

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