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Kerramax Care Single Super-Absorbent Dressing 20cm x 50cm

Product code: 3980786
(incl VAT)
Kerramax Care is a super absorbent dressing for moderate to highly exuding wounds. The sterile dressing absorbs the excess wound fluid and locks it away inside, and helps to reduce skin from feeling soft and wet. Kerramax has a high absorption level, which enables fewer dressing changes and minimises the wound's disturbance.
  • Super absorbent.
  • Soft non woven material.
  • Unique wicking layer.
  • With heated sealed border to help prevent leakage.
  • 20cm x 50cm (8in x 20in)

Other sizes available in the Kerramax Care Dressing Range:
13.5cm x 15.5cm, 10cm x 22cm and 20cm x 22cm

Suitable for pressure, leg and foot ulcers and can be use under all forms of compression dressings.

Known allergy or hypersensitivity to any of the compounds of Kerramax Care. There are no known side effects of Kerramax Care. Sodium polyacrylate, Viscose, Polyethylene terephthalate, Vinyl acetate.
Kerramax should not be used on:
  • Eyes, mucous membranes or tendons, due to the risk of dehydration.
  • Any cavity or sinuses, as the dressing will swell on absorption.
  • Dry wounds, as absorption capacity may cause sticking to the wound or cause the wound to dry out.
  • Kerramax is not a dressing for Haemostat (Does not control blood flow)

  • For single use only
  • For external use only
  • Do not re-use, reusing will cause cross contamination
  • Do not cut the dressing - the outer cover must be intact.
  • Dispose normal waste if being used in a household.

Using Kerramax Care dressing
  • Clean the wound according to local procedures.
  • Open the dressing pack and lay on the wound ensuring the dressing overlaps the edge of the wound. Either side of the pad can be used.
  • Lightly cover with a bandage to secure the dressing

Frequency of change.
Check the dressing at regular intervals and any change to the condition of the wound, or when saturated. If the condition of the wound deteriorates, discontinue use and contacted GP.