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Medline MSC9303EP - GEL, SILVER, ANTIMICROB, SILVASORB, 3 OZ, 12/CS

Medline # MSC9303EP - GEL, SILVER, ANTIMICROB, SILVASORB, 3 OZ, 12/CS
SKU Number CIA7000296
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Medline MSC9303EP - GEL, SILVER, ANTIMICROB, SILVASORB, 3 OZ, 12/CS

SilvaSorb Antimicrobial Wound Gel, 3-oz Tube

Recommended for partial thickness wounds, post-op sites, lacerations and abrasions. Antimicrobial properties will inhibit the growth of organisms in the gel. For lightly draining wounds in need of an antimicrobial barrier
Helps manage bacterial burden; Continuous antimicrobial protection; Non-staining; Gentle for the patient; Advanced fluid management1; Extended wear time.

Sheets may be left in place for up to 7 days; Amorphous gel may be left in place for up to 3 days. Dressing change frequency will depend on amount of drainage; Dressing change frequency will depend on amount of drainage

Survival Curve with Silvasorb

About SilvaSorb

  • Helps manage bacterial burden
  • Ionic silver
  • Continuous antimicrobial protection
  • Non-staining
  • Gentle for the patient
  • Advanced fluid management
  • Extended wear time

Recommended Use

  • All wound depths
  • Light to moderately draining wounds
  • As a primary dressing

Recommended Secondary Dressing

  • Stratasorb Composite
  • Bordered gauze
  • Optifoam Gentle

Indications

  • Pressure injuries
  • Partial- and full-thickness wounds
  • Leg ulcers
  • Diabetic foot ulcers
  • Graft wounds and donor sites
  • Skin tears
  • Surgical wounds
  • Lacerations and abrasions
  • First- and second-degree burns

Change Frequency

  • Amorphous gel may be left in place for up to 3 days
  • Dressing change frequency will depend on amount of drainage

Contraindications

  • Individuals with a known sensitivity to silver

Pressure Ulcer Case Study

A 93 year-old wheelchair-bound male with no significant nutritional deficits developed a chronic trochanteric pressure ulcer. The ulcer was treated with various wound care therapies for four months without progress. The wound bed was friable and therefore presumptive for high bioburden. It was elected to start an antimicrobial dressing in conjunction with offloading the affected hip. Closure was attained within four weeks.

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