C-Sorb – Super Absorbent Exudate Management Dressing by Richardson Healthcare
Super absorbent lock-away core rapidly retains exudate away from the wound site.
Low adherent and lightweight polypropylene contact layer minimises adherence to the wound site.
Fluid-repellant backing prevents strike-through as well as external liquid penetration.
Soft fabric design provides improved patient comfort during use and dressing changes.
C-Sorb is superabsorbent, non-adhesive dressing pad designed to absorb and retain large volumes of fluid and exudate.
The gentle contact layer is non-absorbent and low adherent, minimising patient trauma during dressing changes as well as allowing fluid to pass freely to the superabsorbent core. The lock-away system ensures even distribution of exudate through the dressing, minimising the risk of maceration whilst the liquid repellent backing prevents strike-through to enhance patient comfort and satisfaction.
C-Sorb is available in a wide range of sizes to suit all your wound care requirements and can be used as a primary or secondary dressing.
1. The dressing should be worn with the blue backing uppermost facing away from the wound.
2. Apply directly to the wound area, with at least a 1cm overlap on the surrounding skin.
3. The dressing may be held in place with a suitable retention aid.
C-Sorb is indicated for the management of moderate to highly exuding chronic and acute wounds including:
- Pressure ulcers.
- Leg and foot ulcers.
- Traumatic wounds.
- Surgical wounds.
- Fungating Malignant wounds.
- Superficial and partial thickness burns.
|RHC Code||Description||PIP Code||NHS Code||Pack Qty|
|206075||7.5cm x 7.5cm||392-5351||EJE139||20|
|206110||10cm x 10cm||392-5369||EJE136||20|
|206120||10cm x 20cm||392-5377||EJE137||20|
|206125||15cm x 25cm||392-5401||EJE140||20|
|206220||20cm x 20cm||392-5385||EJE138||20|
|206230||20cm x 30cm||392-5393||EJE135||20|
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