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Restore Contact Layer

Restore Contact Layer Dressing with TRIACT Technology is a Non-adherent Dressing intended to dress low to moderately exuding wounds.

Dressing Characteristics

  • Non-Adhesive and Non-occlusive

  • Promotes healing and allows removal that is virtually pain-free

  • May remain in place for up to seven days, resulting in fewer Dressing changes

  • Helps minimize damage to newly formed tissue

  • Indications for Use:
    The barrier functions of this product may help reduce infection in low to moderate exuding partial- and full-thickness wounds, including second degree burns, pressure ulcers, venous stasis ulcers, diabetic ulcers as well as graft and donor sites.
    Indicated for use in low to moderate exuding partial- and full-thickness wounds including:

    • Minor abrasions

    • Lacerations

    • Minor cuts, scalds and burns

    • Leg ulcers (venous stasis ulcers, arterial ulcers and leg ulcers of mixed etiology)

    • Diabetic ulcers

    • Pressure ulcers/sores (partial- and full-thickness)

    • Surgical wounds (left to heal by secondary intention, donor sites, and dermatological surgery)

    • Second degree burns

    • Traumatic wounds

    • Skin tears


Restore Contact Layer Dressing with TRIACT Technology is a Non-adherent Dressing intended to dress low to moderately exuding wounds.

Dressing Characteristics

  • Non-Adhesive and Non-occlusive

  • Promotes healing and allows removal that is virtually pain-free

  • May remain in place for up to seven days, resulting in fewer Dressing changes

  • Helps minimize damage to newly formed tissue

  • Indications for Use:
    The barrier functions of this product may help reduce infection in low to moderate exuding partial- and full-thickness wounds, including second degree burns, pressure ulcers, venous stasis ulcers, diabetic ulcers as well as graft and donor sites.
    Indicated for use in low to moderate exuding partial- and full-thickness wounds including:

    • Minor abrasions

    • Lacerations

    • Minor cuts, scalds and burns

    • Leg ulcers (venous stasis ulcers, arterial ulcers and leg ulcers of mixed etiology)

    • Diabetic ulcers

    • Pressure ulcers/sores (partial- and full-thickness)

    • Surgical wounds (left to heal by secondary intention, donor sites, and dermatological surgery)

    • Second degree burns

    • Traumatic wounds

    • Skin tears




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