DURAFIBER Ag Silver Gelling Fiber Dressing

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Item# Description Size Price
66800570

2 x 2 Inch (5 x 5 cm)

Each

$9.48

$7.29
66800570

2 x 2 Inch (5 x 5 cm)

Box of 10
$7.915 each

$102.90

$79.15
66800571

4 x 4.75 Inch (10 x 12 cm)

Box of 10
$13.416 each

$174.41

$134.16
66800572

6 x 6 Inch (15 x 15 cm)

Each

$39.25

$30.19
66800572

6 x 6 Inch (15 x 15 cm)

Box of 5
$30.188 each

$196.22

$150.94
66800573

8 x 11.75 Inch (20 x 30 cm)

Each

$57.40

$44.15
66800573

8 x 11.75 Inch (20 x 30 cm)

Box of 5
$44.146 each

$286.95

$220.73
Out of Stock
66800573

8 x 11.75 Inch (20 x 30 cm)

Case of 40
$43.277 each

$2,250.39

$1,731.07
Out of Stock
66800574

.75 x 17.75 Inch (2 x 45 cm)

Each

$20.49

$15.76
66800574

.75 x 17.75 Inch (2 x 45 cm)

Box of 5
$15.774 each

$102.53

$78.87
66801174

4 x 4 Inch (10 x 10 cm)

Each

$15.34

$11.80
66801174

4 x 4 Inch (10 x 10 cm)

Box of 10
$10.732 each

$139.52

$107.32
Options
2 x 2 Inch (5 x 5 cm) - Each
SKU: 66800570

$9.48

$7.29
2 x 2 Inch (5 x 5 cm) - Box of 10
SKU: 66800570

$102.90

$79.15
4 x 4.75 Inch (10 x 12 cm) - Box of 10
SKU: 66800571

$174.41

$134.16
6 x 6 Inch (15 x 15 cm) - Each
SKU: 66800572

$39.25

$30.19
6 x 6 Inch (15 x 15 cm) - Box of 5
SKU: 66800572

$196.22

$150.94
8 x 11.75 Inch (20 x 30 cm) - Each
SKU: 66800573

$57.40

$44.15
8 x 11.75 Inch (20 x 30 cm) - Box of 5
SKU: 66800573

$286.95

$220.73
Out of Stock
8 x 11.75 Inch (20 x 30 cm) - Case of 40
SKU: 66800573

$2,250.39

$1,731.07
Out of Stock
.75 x 17.75 Inch (2 x 45 cm) - Each
SKU: 66800574

$20.49

$15.76
.75 x 17.75 Inch (2 x 45 cm) - Box of 5
SKU: 66800574

$102.53

$78.87
4 x 4 Inch (10 x 10 cm) - Each
SKU: 66801174

$15.34

$11.80
4 x 4 Inch (10 x 10 cm) - Box of 10
SKU: 66801174

$139.52

$107.32

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Description

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Durafiber Ag is an absorbent, non-woven, silver-containing antimicrobial dressing composed of cellulose ethyl sulphonate fibers. The ionic silver in the dressing provides antimicrobial activity against a broad spectrum of common wound pathogens which may help to reduce bacterial bioburden and the risk of infection.

Durafiber Ag is designed to rapidly form a clear cool gel on contact with wound fluid. This gel absorbs excess fluid, locks exudate away from the wound, provides a moist environment to support autolytic debridement and conforms intimately to the wound bed. The high integral wet strength of Durafiber Ag facilitates easy one-piece removal from moist wound beds and cavity wounds, therefore minimizing trauma to the wound and pain to the patient on removal.

Durafiber Ag can be used in conjunction with a range of cover dressings including Allevyn - Wound Dressings and Profore - Multi-layer High Compression Bandaging System. Durafiber Ag may also be used with Opsite - Transparent Adhesive Film Dressing on lightly exuding wounds.

You might be interested in similar silver dressings that we carry, such as PolyMem Silver.

Features and Benefits
  • Clean, one-piece removal results in minimal nursing time for dressing changes.
  • Effective fluid management allows for up to 7-day wear times.
  • Comfortable gel matrix with minimal shrinkage promotes optimal dressing efficiencies and uncompromised patient comfort.
  • Sustained antimicrobial activity with Durafiber Ag may help reduce associated costs of infection.

Product Specifications

  • Product Numbers: 66800570, 66800571, 66800572, 66800573, 66800574, 66801174
  • Manufacturer: Smith & Nephew

Additional Information

Additional Information

Manufacturer Smith & Nephew


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WARNING: This product may contain chemicals that are known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. This product complies with all state and federal safety standards.

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