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ADAPTIC TOUCH™ Non-Adhering Silicone Dressing, TCH504F, 20 cm x 32 cm, 5/bx

3M ID 70001419897
  • Enables fluid transfer to a secondary dressing reducing the risk of exudate pooling and maceration1,2
  • Easy to apply and protects the wound whilst minimising patient pain and trauma on removal and at dressing change2
  • Suitable for use, under medical supervision, with negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT) for the protection of fragile wound structures
  • Cuttable
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Specifications
Attribute Name
Value
Overall Length (Metric)
32 cm
Overall Width (Metric)
20 cm
Pack Quantity
5/bx
Product Details
  • Enables fluid transfer to a secondary dressing reducing the risk of exudate pooling and maceration1,2
  • Easy to apply and protects the wound whilst minimising patient pain and trauma on removal and at dressing change2
  • Suitable for use, under medical supervision, with negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT) for the protection of fragile wound structures
  • Cuttable

3M™ Adaptic™ Touch Non-Adhering Silicone Dressing is a flexible, non-adherent silicone wound contact layer. The low tack silicone facilitates dressing application, prevents secondary dressing adherence to the wound and is atraumatic upon removal. Its open mesh structure allows fluid transfer to a secondary dressing, minimising the risk of exudate pooling and maceration.1,2

1 International case series: Using Adaptic Touch™ non-adhering silicone dressing: case studies. Wounds International. London: 2013.
2 Brosnan P., et al. The design principles of non-adherent materials. Poster presented at: EWMA; May 23-25, 2012; Vienna, AT.

3M™ Adaptic™ Touch Dressing minimises adherence and trauma associated with dressing changes, resulting in newly-formed tissue being protected and pain being reduced.1

Suggested Applications

  • Suitable for dry to highly exuding, superficial and deep chronic wounds including: venous leg ulcers, pressure ulcers, diabetic ulcers, donor sites, partial and full thickness burns, traumatic and surgical wounds