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Replicare Ultra Wound Dressing

Features and Benefits


  • REPLICARE◊ Ultra's improved design provides better evaporation through an adaptable polyurethan top film that regulates moisture vapor transmission rate. This allows excess moisture to evaporate while maintaining the proper moist wound environment.
  • The top film is waterproof, easy to clean and aids in the prevention of bacterial contamination.
  • Unique micro-thin edges and enhanced adhesive ofer better adherence, reduced leakage potential and chance of edge roll.
  • REPLICARE◊ Ultra can remain in place for up to 7 days for convenience, fewer dressing changes and a reduction in nursing costs.
  • In addition, it is offered in a sacral design to conform to the difficult to dress sacral region.

  • For Healthcare Professional applications, REPLICARE◊ Ultra dressings may be used in Stage I through Stage IV wounds with light to moderate exudate, such as:


    • Pressure Ulcers
    • Leg Ulcers
    • Superficial Burns
    • Superficial Wounds
    • Donor Sites
    • Skin Abrasions
    • Partial Thickness Burns

    Features and Benefits


  • REPLICARE◊ Ultra's improved design provides better evaporation through an adaptable polyurethan top film that regulates moisture vapor transmission rate. This allows excess moisture to evaporate while maintaining the proper moist wound environment.
  • The top film is waterproof, easy to clean and aids in the prevention of bacterial contamination.
  • Unique micro-thin edges and enhanced adhesive ofer better adherence, reduced leakage potential and chance of edge roll.
  • REPLICARE◊ Ultra can remain in place for up to 7 days for convenience, fewer dressing changes and a reduction in nursing costs.
  • In addition, it is offered in a sacral design to conform to the difficult to dress sacral region.

  • For Healthcare Professional applications, REPLICARE◊ Ultra dressings may be used in Stage I through Stage IV wounds with light to moderate exudate, such as:


    • Pressure Ulcers
    • Leg Ulcers
    • Superficial Burns
    • Superficial Wounds
    • Donor Sites
    • Skin Abrasions
    • Partial Thickness Burns


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