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MedVance® Bordered Hydrocolloid Dressing

MedVance® Hydrocolloid Dressings are indicated for the management of light to moderately exuding wounds including venous leg ulcers, diabetic foot ulcers, pressure ulcers, superficial partial – thickness burns, donor sites, postoperative wounds and skin abrasions. Hydrocolloid dressings provide a moist wound environment that supports healing and autolytic debridement.

The MedVance® Hydrocolloid family includes Hydrocolloid Thin Dressing, Bordered Hydrocolloid Dressing and Hydrocolloid Dressing with Polyurethane Foam.

The cohesive hydrocolloid matrix forms a gel on contact with wound exudate providing a moist wound healing environment.

Dressings come in specialty designed shapes and sizes to address sites at highest risk for developing pressure ulcers, heel, elbow and sacrum.

  • Comfortable to wear and easy to remove.
  • Facilitates moist wound healing and autolytic debridement.
  • Absorbs light to moderate wound exudation.
  • Conforms to body contours and provides maximum patient comfort.
  • Protects the wound bed from external contamination.
Product Code Dressing Size Pad Size HCPCS Dressings per Box Boxes / Case
V2010202 2″ x 2″ 1″ x 1″ A6237 5 80
V2010404 4″ x 4″ 2″ x 2″ A6237 5 80
V2010606 6″ x 6″ 4″ x 4″ A6238 5 80
V2110607 Sacral 6″ x 7″ 4″ x 5″ A6238 5 80
V2113505 Heel 3.5″ x 5″ 1.5″ x 3″ A6237 5 80
  1. Follow wound bed preparation protocol including wound cleansing and debridement
  2. Select a suitable dressing size that overlaps the wound margin by approximately two centimeters.
  3. Remove protective release liners and center over the wound allowing the peripheral area of the dressing to adhere to the skin surrounding the wound.to the wound and
  4. To remove gently lift dressing from the skin. Dispose as medical waste.
  5. Follow wound bed preparation protocol including cleansing with appropriate solution before applying subsequent dressings.
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