AQUACEL® FoamPRO is designed to promote wound healing in chronic and acute wounds through effective exudate management, and enhanced patient comfort – even those with fragile or sensitive skin.1,2
Helps create an ideal environment for wound healing, and complements the skin's natural healing function.
Unlike traditional foam dressings, the unique vertical gelling action absorbs, retains and locks away harmful components such as bacteria and excess exudate directly into its fibres which prevents lateral spread and creates an optimal environment for wound healing.*2,3,5
Protects against pain and trauma at dressing change with an all-over gentle silicone adhesive wound contact layer, helping to support patient compliance and comfort.
|Product Code||Dressing Size||Shape||Box of|
|421579||20 cm x 17.5 cm (8" x 7")||Sacral||5|
|421580||24 cm x 21 cm (9.5" x 8.5")||Sacral||5|
|422356||19.8 cm x 14 cm (8" x 5.5")||Rectangle (Heel)||10|
|422357||10 cm x 10 cm (4" x 4")||Square||10|
|422358||15 cm x 15 cm (6" x 6')||Square||10|
|422359||8 cm x 8 cm (3.2" x 3.2")||Square||10|
* As demonstrated in vitro.
† Please refer to the AQUACEL® Foam PRO dressing package insert for complete Instructions for Use.
1 Waring MJ, Parsons D, Physico-chemical characterisation of carboxymethylated spun cellulose fibres. Biomaterials. 2001;22(9):903-912.
2 Data on file In-vitro Performance Characteristics of AQUACEL® Foam Pro WHRI4536 MS129. 25th November 2015.
3 Walker M, Hobot JA, Newman GR, Bowler PG. Scanning electron microscopic examination of bacterial immobalisation in a carboxymethylcellulose (AQUACEL®) and alginate dressings. Biomaterials.2003;24(5):883-890.
4 Newman, G.R., et al., Visualisation of bacterial sequestration and bactericidal activity within hydrating Hydrofiber® wound dressings. Biomaterials, 2006. 27(7): p.1129-39.
5 WHRI5694 MS158 In-Vitro Performance Characteristics of AQUACEL® Foam Pro & Competitor Dressings. Data of file, ConvaTec 2018.
6 Tickle.J. Positive clinical and patient outcomes with a next generation foam dressing, published in EWMA special, Wounds UK, June 2016.
7 WHRI3770 TA286 A Comparison of the in vitro Bio-Physical Performance Characteristics of Silicone Foam Dressings used in Wound Management.