What type of dressing is Zetuvit?

What type of dressing is Zetuvit?

Superabsorbent dressing with a silicone interface The blend of cellulose fluff and fluid retaining superabsorbent particles (SAP) means Zetuvit® Plus Silicone, like our Zetuvit® Plus dressing, is particularly suitable for treating superficial, heavily exuding acute and chronic wounds.

How do you use Zetuvit dressing?

n Select a dressing with a central pad 1–2 cm wider than the wound edges n The transparent border can be cut to fit the shape of the wound n To ensure good adherence, dry the surrounding skin with a swab n On application, ensure there are no wrinkles in the border to prevent leakage n Compression bandages can be …

What is Zetuvit Plus used for?

Zetuvit® Plus is a super absorber designed to handle high exudate levels and is a much-loved brand with a strong heritage. The blend of cellulose fluff and fluid retaining superabsorbent polymers (SAP) means Zetuvit® Plus is particularly suitable for treating superficial, heavily exuding acute and chronic wounds.

Is Zetuvit waterproof?

This absorbent core is enclosed in a thin nonwoven fabric that evenly distributes the liquid. On the side facing away from the wound, the product features a green layer of polypropylene nonwoven, which is water-repellent but permeable to air and allows for gas exchange.

What is Zetuvit?

Zetuvit Plus Silicone is a sterile dressing for the treatment of moderately to highly exuding, acute and chronic wounds. The silicone layer in contact with the wound allows easy application and almost painless, atraumatic removal. The absorbent pad absorbs and retains the exudate.

How does Inadine dressing work?

INADINE™ Dressing minimises adherence to the wound bed, therefore reducing the risk of damage to the granulation tissue at dressing removal2, and in clinical practice has been shown to reduce pain for patients6,7. As PVP–I is released the INADINE™ Dressing the dressing will change colour from orange to white.

When do you use Zetuvit?

Zetuvit® Plus is suitable for the treatment of wounds with moderate to high levels of exudate: acute wounds (traumatic wounds, burns, post-operative wounds) and chronic wounds (ulcers, pressure injuries, tumor wounds, diabetic feet). Do not use Zetuvit® Plus on dry wounds or on exposed bones, muscles or tendons.

Does Inadine help healing?

Topical antimicrobials (e.g. Inadine) are effective to treat localised infection Features of localised infection may include three or more of the following: Non-healing or stalled healing without the wound increasing in size. Exudate increased. Red friable granulation tissue that may bleed with dressing removal.

When should you not use Inadine dressings?

It is contra-indicated in patients with severe renal impairment and in women who are pregnant or breast-feeding; it should be used with caution in patients with thyroid disease and in children under 6 months.

How long can you leave Inadine on a wound?

For most applications, however, it is unlikely that the dressing will retain significant levels of antimicrobial activity if left in position for longer than two days.

What does an Inadine dressing do?

INADINE™ Dressing is designed to protect the wound, even if infected. INADINE™ Dressings can be used for the management of ulcerative wounds and may also be used for the prevention of infection in minor burns and minor traumatic skin loss injuries.

What is zetuvit used for in wound care?

Zetuvit Zetuvit® is a highly-absorbent dressing that is used for treating high exuding wounds. It comes in three types; Zetuvit E Non-Sterile Dressings, Zetuvit Plus Dressings, and Zetuvit Sterile Dressings. Zetuvit E Non-Sterile Dressings and Zetuvit® E sterile dressings are non-irritant dressing pad that comprises a water repellent backing.

What is zetuvit dressing made of?

They have a highly absorbent fluff filling, fluid dispersing tissue, and hydrophobic tissue backing that protects the wound from contamination. Zetuvit Plus Dressing has a soft cellulose fluff that is mixed with a super absorbent polymer. It quickly absorbs and retains the exudate with its water repellent backing.

What is the difference between zetuvit pads?

Zetuvit. Zetuvit® E is a non-irritant highly absorband cellulose dressing pad suitable for the treatment of exuding wounds. They are available as both sterile and non-sterile pads. Zetuvit® Plus are more absorbant and suitable for heavily exuding wounds.

What is zetuvit® plus silicone border?

Zetuvit® Plus Silicone Border is suitable for the treamtment of wounds with moderate to high levels of exudate: acute wounds (burns, post-op, trauma wounds) and chronic wounds (venous ulcer, pressure injuries, diabetic foot ulcer, tumors). Do not use Zetuvit® Plus Silicone Border in case of hypersensitivity to any of its components.