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*Up to 5 days' wear time in the sacrum area.

**Cutting will compromise the bacterial barrier properties of the dressing. Always use an aseptic technique. Ensure any exposed foam areas are covered with an appropriate film dressing taking care not to cover the entire dressing.

***Compared to standard preventive care alone.

****When used with standard preventive care; n=66.

*****Within 4-6 dressing changes over an average of 21 days; p<0.001.

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