Allevyn AG Gentle Border Wound Dressing

    Smith and Nephew
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    Smith and Nephew Allevyn AG Gentle Border Wound Dressing from HealthyKin.com is indicated for use in exuding partial and full thickness wounds including decubitus ulcers, diabetic ulcers, first and second degree burns and donor sites. Allevyn Ag Gentle Border may be used over debrided and partial thickness wounds. Allevyn Ag Gentle Border can be used in conjunction with a hydrogel dressing, such as Intrasite Gel for necrotic or sloughy wounds. Allevyn Ag Gentle Border is suitable for use on fragile skin.

    Smith and Nephew Allevyn AG Gentle Border Wound Dressing Features:

    • Minimizes pain to the patient and trauma to the wound at dressing change
    • Rapid and sustained antibacterial action
    • Optimal exudate management
    • A unique two-in-one solution for exuding chronic wounds
    • Allevyn silver protection - Sustained antibacterial activity for 7 days
    • Enhanced performance Allevyn Triple-action technology absorbs, retains, and transpires exudate to provide optimal fluid management.
    • Maintains optimal moisture balance - Provides an optimal moist wound environment for the promotion of faster closure
    • Comes off lightly - Gentle adhesive allows for less painful dressing changes
    • Goes on tightly - Stays in place for up to 7 days
    • Cost-effective - Long wear time = fewer dressing changes

    Part numbers: 66800452, 66800452, 66800453, 66800453, 66800454
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      1. on 1/7/2014, said:
      I have had several small to medium scabs on my left lower leg. These were great to assist in finally healing!
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      2. on 7/26/2017, said:
      Product was exactly what I needed. They shipped it fast, when I need them again, I will be reordering from here.
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