What is maxorb rope used for?

What is maxorb rope used for?

Maxorb® II is indicated for use on moderate to heavily draining partial- and full-thickness wounds, post-operative wounds, trauma wounds, pressure ulcers, graft and donor sites and first- and second-degree burns. Not intended for use on third-degree burns.

Is maxorb AG the same as calcium alginate?

Maxorb® Extra Calcium Alginate is made from calcium alginate and sodium carboxymethylcellulose fibers.

What is maxorb AG used for?

Maxorb® Extra Ag+ is indicated for use on moderately to heavily draining partial- and full-thickness wounds, pressure ulcers, leg ulcers, first- and second-degree burns, diabetic foot ulcers, surgical wounds, graft and donor sites and trauma wounds.

Is Aquacel AG and calcium alginate the same?

There were no significant differences between the two treatment groups with respect to cosmetic outcome and infection rate. Conclusions: Based on these results, we find that Alginate Silver is better than Aquacel Ag to cover the skin graft donor site.

What is Aquacel rope?

Aquacel Rope 2cmx45cm. AQUACEL Hydrofiber is a soft, sterile, non-woven pad or ribbon dressing composed of hydrocolloid fibres. This conformable and highly Absorbent dressings dressing absorbs wound fluid and creates a soft gel which maintains a moist environment which supports the body?

What is calcium alginate dressing?

Alginate dressings are highly absorptive, non-occlusive dressings made of soft, non-woven calcium alginate fibers derived from brown seaweed or kelp. Alginate dressings are available as a primary dressing in pad or rope form.

Is Silvercel the same as Aquacel AG?

Results: Silvercel was found to be significantly more effective in terms of wound exudate management than Aquacel Ag. On exposure to high levels of wound exudate, Silvercel retained its shape and mechanical strength, and remained at the site of application.

Is silver alginate and Aquacel AG the same?

Aquacel Ag is an absorbent wound dressing made from sodium carboxymethyl cellulose and impregnated with 1.2% silver. It is a moisture retentive topical dressing which can release silver within the dressing for up to 14 days [3]. Alginate Silver is a material contains calcium alginate and silver alginate.

What is the difference between alginate and calcium alginate?

Calcium alginate is the insoluble form of alginate with high swelling capacity. It can be woven to produce pliable patches or ribbons for filling cavity or tunneling wounds.