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    Hydrogel Wound Dressing with Preservatives



    SOLOSITE is a hydrogel wound dressing with preservatives. It can donate moisture to rehydrate non-viable tissue. It absorbs exudate while retaining its structure in the wound.


    • SOLOSITE Gel is used to create a moist wound environment for the treatment of minor conditions such as:
      Minor burns
      Superficial lacerations
      Cuts and abrasions (partial thickness wounds)
      Skin tears
    • Under the direction of a healthcare professional, SOLOSITE Gel is used to create a moist wound environment for the management of:
      Venous ulcers (leg ulcers)
      Surgical incisions
      Diabetic foot ulcers
      Pressure ulcers (including stage IV)
    • Creates a moist wound environment, which assists in autolytic debridement of wounds covered with necrotic tissues.


    For external use only. If condition worsens or does not improve within 7 days, consult a physician.


    • Rehydrates and helps deslough dry eschar
    • Convenient 3 oz. flip top tube
    • Absorbs exudate


    • Assists autolytic debridement
    • Non-irritating, non-sensitizing, gentle to fragile granulation tissue
    • Multi-dose size fits reimbursement parameters
    • Cost effective

    Ordering Codes / Reimbursement Information

    Usual Allowable Amount: Up to 1 change per day and 3 fluid ounces per 30 days; quantity used with each change should not exceed the amount needed to line the surface of the wound.

    Specific Coverage Criteria: Covered when used on full-thickness wounds with minimal or no exudate; not covered if combined with a hydrogel cover or an absorptive secondary dressing.

    Product # Size Pcs/Pkg Pkgs/Case HCPCS Code
    449600 3 oz. Tube 1 12 A6248

    Instructions for Use

    Step 1

    Cleanse the wound with saline or an appropriate wound cleanser.

    Step 2

    Apply SOLOSITE Gel to cover the wound bed (5mm thick) and cover with a gauze, foam or transparent film dressing.

    Step 3

    Change the dressing each day or as directed by the physician.