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ALLEVYN Compression

ALLEVYN Compression

ALLEVYN Compression udgår som led i vores forenkling af ALLEVYN-sortimentet for at gøre avanceret sårbehandling enklere og hurtigere for klinikere og patienter.

ALLEVYN Compression

Som erstatning for ALLEVYN Compression anbefaler Smith & Nephew ALLEVYN Non-Adhesive.

Ligesom ALLEVYN Compression er ALLEVYN Non-Adhesive indiceret til en lang række moderat til kraftigt væskende sår.  ALLEVYN Non-Adhesive kombinerer patientkomfort med en unik triple actionteknologi, for at skabe et fugtigt sårhelingsmiljø.1

ALLEVYN Non-Adhesive har samme egenskaber som ALLEVYN Compression:

 

  • Velegnet til brug under kompressionsbandager2,3
  • Har en sugende hydrocellulær skumpude4 med et ikke-hæftende sårkontaktlag5,6
  • Åndbar topfilm2,5
  • Findes i et stort udvalg af størrelser, der kan klippes til, så de passer til forskellige kropskonturer7
  • Fås i hæl- og trakeostomi-version

 

Læs mere om fordelene ved ALLEVYN Non-Adhesive her.

ALLEVYN Range Update

References

1 The clinical and physical properties of ALLEVYN Non-Adhesive dressings and the moist wound environment

2 D. Loiterman and P. Byers, "Effect of a hydrocellular polyurethane dressing on chronic venous ulcer healing," Wounds, vol. 3, pp. 178-181, 1991.

3 J. Heslop, "Final report of a study to evaluate and compare the performance of a hydrocellular dressing (ALLEVYN) to a hydrocolloid dressing (GranuflexTM) in the treatment of venous leg ulcers," Smith & Nephew Medical Ltd, Hull CTR 90/07, March 1992

4 P. A. Kurring, C. D. Roberts, and D. Quinlan, "Evaluation of a hydrocellular dressing in the management of exuding wounds in the community," Br J Nurs, vol. 3, pp. 1049-50, 1052-3, Nov 10-23 1994.

5 M. Callam, D. Harper, J. Dale, D. Brown, B. Gibson, R. Prescott, et al., "Lothian and Forth Valley Leg Ulcer Healing Trial Part 2: Knitted Viscose Dressing vs a Hydrocellular Dressing in the Treatment of Chronic Leg Ulceration," Phlebology, vol. 7, pp. 142-145, 1992.

6 L. Watret, "Managing diabetic heel lesions with ALLEVYN Heel Dressing," The Diabetic Foot, vol. 3, pp. 21-22, 2000.

7 A. Foster, M. Greenhill, and M. E. Edmonds, "Comparing two dressings in the treatment of diabetic foot ulcers," Journal of Woundcare, vol. 3, pp. 224-228, 1994