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KERRACEL™ Gelling Fiber Dressing, CWL1035, 2.5 cm x 45 cm, 5 ea/bx

3M ID 70001410367Catalog Number CWL1035
  • Conformable¹
  • Can be used under compression²*
  • Cuttable¹
  • Vertical absorption²*
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Specifications
Attribute Name
Value
Brand
Kerracel™
HCPCS Code
A6199
Overall Length (Imperial)
18 in
Overall Length (Metric)
45 cm
Overall Width (Imperial)
1 in
Overall Width (Metric)
2.5 cm
Pack Quantity
5 ea/bx
Product Details
  • Conformable¹
  • Can be used under compression²*
  • Cuttable¹
  • Vertical absorption²*
  • Up to 7 days wear time

3M™ Kerracel™ Gelling Fibre Dressing is a primary wound contact dressing with a high absorption capacity2* for the management of moderately to highly exuding, acute and chronic, deep or shallow wounds.

Made from 100% carboxymethylcellulose (CMC) fibres, Kerracel Dressing absorbs and retains high levels of exudate2* forming a gel2* which conforms to the wound bed and supports a moist wound healing environment. As fluid is absorbed vertically and locked away2, peri-wound skin is protected helping to avoid maceration4. The unstitched design aids micro-contouring to the wound bed3*, minimising dead space where bacteria can proliferate*. Conformability aids ease of application1, whilst its ability to retain integrity when wet2* helps to facilitate integral removal. 1 Cook J. Evaluation of cuttability, conformability, thickness and bi-directionality of KERRACEL™ Dressing. R&D Trial Report CHC R1039. Knutsford, UK. Crawford Healthcare. 2020. 2 Erbogasto D. Physical testing of KERRACEL™ Dressing and market competitors. R&D Trial Report CHC R1004. Knutsford, UK. Crawford Healthcare. 2020. 3 Lovett J, Stephenson C. An assessment of the intimate wound contact properties of KERRACEL™ Dressings. CHL-032. University of Manchester. UK. 2014. 4 Jones N, Ivins N, Ebdon V, Hagelstein S, Harding K. A case series evaluating the use of a gelling fibre dressing for moderate to highly exuding wounds. Wounds UK 13: 3: 72-78. *As demonstrated in vitro

Suggested Applications

  • Can be used on moderately to highly exuding chronic or acute wounds such as: leg ulcers, pressure ulcers, diabetic foot ulcers, surgical wounds, donor sites, cavity wounds, trauma wounds, superficial and partial thickness burns, control minor bleeding in superficial wounds