[Expiry Date: 1 Sep 2023]
• Unique quadrilobe shape with a wide border designed to fit the contours of the human body more securely and allows patients to shower
• The protective masking layer minimises the visual impact of strikethrough
• Excellent fluid locking and common wound odour absorption under pressure
• ALLEVYN Life’s multi-layered design provides cushioning and helps to spread pressure
• Silicone wound contact layer offers minimal pain and discomfort on removal while allowing the dressing to be repositioned
• Suitable for using as a preventive dressing from pressure injuries
List of ingredients
1. Cleanse the wound in accordance with local clinical protocol.
2. Select an appropriate dressing size.
3. Prepare and clean the skin surrounding the wound area and remove excess moisture. Any excess hair should be clipped to ensure close approximation to the wound.
4. Using a clean technique remove one of the protector films from ALLEVYN Life and anchor the adhesive side of the dressing to the skin. Smooth the dressing over the wound ensuring there are no creases.
5. Remove the remaining protector film and smooth the dressing over the remainder of the wound without stretching, ensuring no creases. Only the pad area of the dressing must be adhered across the entire surface of the wound.
6. ALLEVYN Life can be used to dress awkward areas such as elbows; the dressing corner lobes can be overlapped when positioning the dressing, ensuring no creasing or stretching occurs.
Dressing should be changed if it gets dirty or loses its adhesion bond. Please follow the manufacturer’s Instructions for Use and change the dressing under doctor’s guidance.
Population that has a higher risk of pressure injuries, such as patients with moisture-associated skin damage, limited mobility, diabetes or chronic diseases.
Also suitable for fragile skin and different types of wounds including:
•Chronic and acute exudative wounds
• Full and partial thickness wounds such as pressure ulcers, leg ulcers and diabetic foot ulcers
• Infected wounds
• Malignant wounds
• First and second degree burns
• Donor sites
• Fungating wounds
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