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Eclypse Foot is a super absorbent wrap designed to manage high fluid levels around the lower limb. Uniquely designed with super absorbent filter compartments that lock and trap exudate.
Use Eclypse Foot Wrap Dressing for the following conditions or purposes:
- Moderate to Heavy Exuding Wounds
- Superficial Wounds
- Pressure Ulcers
- Arterial Ulcers
- Diabetic Foot Ulcers
- Primary Dressing for Exudate Management
- Secondary Dressing with Collagen, Manuka Honey, or Alginate
Eclypse Foot Wrap is not suitable for arterial bleeds or heavy bleeding wounds.
Frequently Asked Questions
Are there any contra-indications for Eclypse dressings?
This product is not suitable for wounds with heavy bleeding since its high-absorption rate will make it difficult to assess how much blood the patient has lost.
Can Eclypse be cut?
Eclypse bandages are sealed-edge dressings meaning that cutting will affect their overall performance. It is not recommended that this bandage be cut.
Can Eclypse be used as both a primary and secondary wound contact layer?
Yes, Eclypse Adherent contains a soft silicone contact layer which applies to the skin without adhering to the wound bed, making it perfect as both a primary and secondary dressing.
Can Eclypse be used under compression?
Yes, Eclypse can be used under compression because it will not affect compression values in its dry state
Do you get strike-through with Eclypse?
The water-resistant backing of Eclypse bandages prevents strike-through for prolonged wearability
Does Eclypse cause maceration?
Eclypse bandages wick away moisture and lock it inside the bandage to prevent maceration
How do we know when to change Eclypse?
Eclypse lasts for 7 days. However if the bandage is full and begins to sag before that, it is ready for replacement
How long can you leave Eclypse on for?
The maximum time that an Eclypse bandage can be worn is 7 days. However, depending on the level of wound exudate the patient produces, it may need to be changed before this
How much fluid does Eclypse hold?
Eclypse dressings absorb up to 6 liters of fluid per square meter of material
How should I choose between the regular Eclypse and the adherent one?
Eclypse Adherent easily removes and is best used on patients where adherence could lead to wound trama
What should I use to secure Eclypse?
Eclypse bandages require a secondary compression dressing like a tubular compression stocking. Eclypse Adherent is self adhereing but may also utilize a secondary compression dressing for added support
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