Contour Protectoin Plus Brief

Contour Protectoin Plus Brief

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  • Protection Plus Contour Briefs: For moderate to heavily draining wounds. 
  • Helps manage bacterial burden1,2, Controlled-release ionic silver, Cost-effective4, Easy dressing changes, Highly absorbent 5, Superior fluid handling5, Reduces odor6 , Fluid will not wick laterally, Up to 21-day antimicrobial protection1,3 Indications: Pressure ulcers6,7 , leg ulcers, first- and second-degree burns8, 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 drainingwounds, 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 days9; 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. DeLeon J, Nagel M, Hill D, Fudge Lucius A, Garcia B. Cost comparison of silver impregnated Hydrofiber® and alginate dressings. 
  • Presented at SAWC.Las Vegas, NV. 2006. 5.Data on file. 6. 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. 7. 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. 
  • 8. Serena T, Chakravarthy D. Maxorb® Ag in the treatment of burn wounds. Symposiumon Advanced Wound Care. Tampa, FL. 2007. 9. 
  • Bradford C. FreemanR. 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. 
  • Manufacturer: Medline - www.medline.com

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