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Home Home Woundcare Dressing Foam

Suprasorb P Sensitive Foam Border 12.5cm x 12.5cm


NZ $100.34
 Ordered In as Required - Usually Ships Within 2-3 Days


Suprasorb P Sensitive Foam Border

Suprasorb P sensitive is a soft, gentle but effective silicone foam dressing suitable for low to moderately exuding wounds.

Designed with patient benefits built into every layer, Suprasorb P sensitive helps absorb excess exudate whilst protecting epithelialising cells.

Vapour can be released through the top layer providing patient comfort without compromising its waterproof or bacterial barrier

The exudate is locked away and retained within the dressing, even under compression

Distribute the exudate to ensure the whole dressing is used, maximising its use

Suprasorb P sensitive will absorb excess exudate, promoting a moist wound healing environment whilst avoiding macerated periwound skin

  • Its multilayer construction provides dynamic exudate management for a moist wound environment
  • The silicone wound contact layer minimises the risk of adhesion to the wound when the dressing is changed
  • The outer protective film is waterproof and repels bacteria, while also being permeable to water vapour.
  • Silicone wound contact layer is suitable for fragile skin.
  • Minimises pain to the patient and trauma to wound and the surrounding skin when the dressing is removed or repositioned.
  • Efficient exudate management reduces the risk of maceration and maintains moist environment.
  • Shower-proof.
  • Easy application with 2 or 3 liners, which allows to not touch the adhesive with gloves.
  • Great conformability in awkward areas.
  • Gentle on the skin.



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