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Silicone wound contact layer is thin, perforated, non-adherent dressing. Placed silicone wound layer on an open wound bed to protect tissue from direct contact with other agents or dressings applied to the wound. Silicone wound contact layer is non-adhesive to wound and is porous to allow exudate to pass through for absorption by an overlying, secondary dressing. Silicone wound contact layer is indicated for partial- and full-thickness wounds, infected wounds, donor sites, split-thickness skin grafts and so on. It may be used with topical medications.

Both one-side adhesive and two-side adhesive silicone wound contact layers are available.

Winner Medical Co., Ltd.Types of Anti-Adhesion Wound Care

Winner Medical Co., Ltd. Silicone Wound Contact Layer FAQs

  • Q.

    How frequently should Silicone wound contact layer be changed?


    As general, Siliocne wound contact layer can be left in place for several days (up to 14 days) depending on the wound condition. Silicone contact layer dressing should be observed at the time of each second dressing change to be sure the pores remain unclogged. Although the general condition of the wound can be observed through the product in place the dressing should be changed when the clinician wishes to examine the wound bed closely.

  • Q.

    Can Silicone wound contact layer be washed and reapplied to the same wound?


    No. Silicone wound contact layer is a sterile, single use product.

  • Q.

    Can two or more pieces of Silicone wound contact layer be overlapped for use on larger wounds?


    Silicone wound contact layer remains in place best over wounds when one continuous piece is used and anchored on all four edges with at least 1 cm to intact skin surrounding the wound. When a wound is larger than can be accommodated by our largest size, you may use and overlap two or more pieces by up to 1 cm, but observe the overlapped edges at each change of the cover dressing to ensure that they remain in contact. Note that the overlap may cause occlusion of the holes in that area. 

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