Softpore – Adhesive Island Dressing by Richardson Healthcare

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Water repellent material allows for extended wear and superior protection.
Gentle and easy application, wear and removal with rounded corners.
Breathable structure and high absorbency to optimise healing.
All products of the Softpore range are hypoallergenic to reduce patient risk.

Product Description

Softpore is a water repellent island dressing designed with an absorbent, non-woven viscose pad for long-lasting, comfortable wear. The highly absorbent pad provides excellent exudate management, minimising the risk of maceration whilst ensuring a moist wound healing environment. Additionally, the breathable structure of Softpore promotes a healthy circulation of air to the wound site.

The gentle, latex-free adhesive and rounded edges guarantee secure fixation for extended wear, easy removal and superior patient comfort. Packaged in two pieces of overlapping release paper, Softpore allows for aseptic and easy application.


1. Peel backing paper back to expose the absorbent pad.
2. Centre the dressing over the wound site.
3. Slowly peel back each side the backing paper, one at a time.
4. Smooth the dressing into place.


  • Minor burns, cuts and abrasions.
  • Surgical incisions.
  • Low to moderately exuding wounds.


RHC Code Description PIP Code NHS Code Pack Qty
803067 6cm x 7cm 304-0920 EIJ023 60
803100 10cm x 10cm 304-0938 EIJ013 50
803115 10cm x 15cm 304-0946 EIJ014 50
803120 10cm x 20cm 304-0953 EIJ024 30
813125 10cm x 25cm 392-5385 EIJ025 30
803130 10cm x 30cm 304-0979 EIJ026 30
803135 10cm x 35cm 304-0987 EIJ027 30

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