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FIBRACOL™ Plus Collagen Wound Dressing With Alginate


FIBRACOL™ Plus Collagen Wound Dressing With Alginate
FIBRACOL™ Plus Collagen Wound Dressing With Alginate
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We Know Pure Collagen, That’s Why We Added Alginate

FIBRACOL™ Plus Collagen Wound Dressing with Alginate dressing contains more than just pure collagen. It’s a soft, absorbent, and conformable wound dressing, composed of 90% collagen and 10% calcium alginate.
 

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About

Maintains an optimum wound healing environment

Its unique combination of natural biopolymers combines the structural support of collagen and the gel-forming properties of alginates.
The result: a sterile, soft, absorbent and conformable topical wound dressing.
 
In the presence of wound fluid, FIBRACOL™ Plus dressing maintains 
a physiologically moist microenvironment at the wound surface. 
This environment supports granulation tissue formation, epithelialization
and rapid wound healing.
 
The unique combination of collagen and alginate is designed to address
a wide range of indicated wound types and exudate levels.
 
  • Maintains an optimum wound environment
  • Clinically proven
 
 

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Indications & Applications

Indications & Applications

Indications for Use

FIBRACOL™ Plus dressing is indicated for the management of exuding wounds including:
 
  • Full-thickness and partial-thickness wounds
  • Pressure ulcers
  • Venous ulcers
  • Ulcers caused by mixed vascular etiologies
  • Diabetic ulcers
  • Second-degree burns
  • Donor sites and other bleeding surface wounds
  • Abrasions
  • Traumatic wounds healing by secondary intention
  • Dehisced surgical incisions
 
Please refer to the full instructions for use in the packaging insert

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Evidence & Outcomes

The efficacy of FIBRACOL™ Plus is supported by a body of clinical and in vitro evidence.
 

Clinical Evidence

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Evidence & Outcomes

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