- Provides cooling and padding effect
- Manages bacterial burden1
- Highly absorbent2
- Contains 65% glycerine
- Cushions and protects wound3
- Helps create moist wound environment
- Easy to apply and remove
- Indications: pressure injuries, partial and full-thickness wounds4,5, leg ulcers, surgical wounds, lacerations and abrasions, and first and second-degree burns
- Contraindications: patients with known hypersensitivity to glycerin
- Maybe be left in place for up to 5 days; Dressing change frequency will depend on amount of drainage
- Oliveria-Gardia M, Davis SC, Mertz PM. Can occlusion dressing composition influence proliferation of bacterial wound pathogens? WOUNDS. 1998;10(1):4-11.
- Independent study performed by NAMSA, Northwood, Ohio.
- Morse, K. Elasto-Gel: A Product with Unique Properties Especially Suited for the Treatment of Infants and Children with Special Needs. Presented at SAWC. Reno, NV. 1996.
- Kollenberg, LO. A Clinical Comparison of a Glycerine Hydrogel Sheet or a Thin Hydrocolloid to the Standard of Care on HeelBlisters. Presented at Clinical Symposium on Advances in Skin and Wound Care. Denver,CO. 1999.
- Harris AH. When Underlying Problems Make Total Healing an Unobtainable Goal. GM Associates, Inc. 1994:1(3).
*Please note since manufacturers frequently update/improve their products therefore our inventory will reflect the constant changes of new and improved products. Please call our store for the latest product inventory and availability.