Silverlon Wound Packing Strips
Silverlon Wound Packing Strips are included in numerous Medical Tactical Combat Casualty Care Kits and supplied to Combat and Support Hospitals and Tactical Forward Surgical Teams. The Wound Packing Strips are easy to use, store, and transport.
Indications for Use: The Silverlon Antimicrobial Barrier Wound Contact Dressing, Silverlon Antimicrobial Barrier Burn Wrap Dressing, Silverlon Antimicrobial Barrier Burn Contact Dressing and Silverlon Acute Burn Glove are designed to intimately contact the wound as a primary dressing and permit the passage of fluids.
Over-The-Counter Indications: First aid to help in minor abrasions, minor cuts, lacerations, scrapes, minor scalds and burns.
Prescription Indications: Silverlon Wound Contact Dressings provide an effective barrier to bacterial penetration and are intended for local management of partial thickness burns, incisions, skin grafts, donor sites, lacerations, abrasions, and Stage I-IV dermal ulcers (vascular, venous, pressure, and diabetic).
Contraindications: Silverlon Dressings should not be used on patients with 3rd-degree burns or with known sensitivity to silver or nylon.
Instructions for Use
- Cleanse wound with sterile water, distilled water, or normal saline, removing necrotic debris or eschar as needed per local protocol.
- To allow for easy removal select the dressing size that will leave at least Inch of Silverlon Wound Packing Strip protruding from the wound. Trim dressing length as necessary.
- Activate Silverlon Wound Packing Strip by thoroughly moistening the dressing with sterile water, distilled water, or normal saline.
- Gently pack wound per local protocol ensuring maximum direct contact between Silverlon Wound Packing Strip and the wound bed.
- Cover and secure Silverlon Wound Packing Strip with conventional absorbent and non- occlusive dressings per local protocol.
- To remove Silverlon Wound Packing Strip, first remove the outer dressing per local protocol, then gently grasp and pull the protruding section of Silverlon Wound Packing Strip. If sticking of the dressing to the wound occurs, moisten the dressing as needed with sterile water, distilled water, or normal saline, until it can be easily removed by gently pulling the Silverlon Wound Packing Strip.
- Silverlon Wound Packing Strips are intended for use for 7 days, dressing change frequency will depend on wound condition and the amount of exudates.
- Remove and replace Silverlon Wound Packing Strip whenever it becomes heavily coated with wound exudates or wound debris.
Storage: Store Silverlon Wound Packing Strips in normal warehouse conditions. Keep dry. Avoid excessive heat or humidity
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