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INADINE™ Dressing

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INADINE™ (PVP-I) Non Adherent Dressing

INADINE™ PVP-I Non-Adherent Dressing consists of a low adherent knitted viscose fabric impregnated with a polyethylene glycol (PEG) base containing 10% Povidone Iodine; equivalent to 1.0% available iodine.

Specific indications, contraindications, warnings, precautions and safety information exist for KCI products and therapies. Healthcare providers should review the product User Manual, Safety Information and/or Instructions for Use prior to application.


  • Overview
  • How it Works
  • Indications & Applications
  • Evidence & Outcomes
  • Ordering

Overview

Effective Against Bacteria

 

Iodine is a highly effective topical antimicrobial that has been used clinically in the treatment of wounds for more than 170 years.
 
It has a broad spectrum of antimicrobial activity with efficacy against bacteria, microbacteria, fungi, protozoa & viruses.1

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No Pain at Dressing Change

 

In a clinical evaluation study 90% of patients reported non-adherence to the wound bed and no pain at dressing change.5

 

How it Works

  • ABOUT
  • SPECIFICATIONS

How does it work?

The Povidone Iodine molecule has a broad spectrum antimicrobial action1,2 and has been proven to be effective against MRSA3-5.

 

 

Reliable and Efficient

INADINE™ Dressing is a reliable, efficient and non-adherent dressing designed to manage bacterial contamination and prevent infection in both chronic and acute wounds. 

 

 

Non Adherent

INADINE™ Dressing minimises adherence to the wound bed, therefore reducing the risk of damage to the granulation tissue at dressing removal2, and in clinical practice has been shown to reduce pain for patients6,7.

 


As PVP–I is released the INADINE™ Dressing the dressing will change colour from orange to white. The colour change provides an indicator of how frequently dressings should be changed preventing unnecessary dressing changes, when compared to other dressings1. This could improve cost effectiveness in treatment.

 

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A dressing impregnated with polyethylenge (PEG) base containing 10% Povi done Iodine; equivalent to 1.0% available iodine, that has a broad spectrum of antimicrobial action.9

Indications & Applications

  • INDICATIONS
Specific indications, contraindications, warnings, precautions and safety information exist for KCI products and therapies. Healthcare providers should review the product User Manual, Safety Information and/or Instructions for Use prior to application.

INADINE™ Dressing is indicated to manage ulcerative wounds and may also be used for the prevention of infection in:
 
  • Minor burns
  • Minor traumatic skin loss injuries
  • Clinical studies suggest that INADINE™ Dressing may also be an appropriate dressing choice in the management of chronic wounds, including:
  • Ulcers deriving from different aetiologies7,9
  • Diabetic foot ulcers7,10
  • Pressure ulcers1,9

 

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Evidence & Outcomes

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Clinical Evidence

Additional summary of evidence and outcomes.
TITLE Iodine white paper
View Abstract on PubMed
STUDY TYPE All levels
DATE 2009
AUTHORS Boothman S.
TITLE Evaluation of a non-adherent,povidone–iodine dressing in a case series of chronic wounds
View Abstract on PubMed
STUDY TYPE All levels
DATE 2013
AUTHORS Campbell, N et al.
TITLE A case series evaluating a new povidone-iodine dressing
View Abstract on PubMed
STUDY TYPE All levels
DATE 2009
AUTHORS LeMesurier A, et al.
TITLE INADINE™ Dressings
View Abstract on PubMed
STUDY TYPE All levels
DATE 1985
AUTHORS Adams I, et al.
TITLE INADINE™ dressing for the management of chronic wounds: interim report
View Abstract on PubMed
STUDY TYPE All levels
DATE 2010
AUTHORS Woo K, et al.
TITLE INADINE™ povidone iodine non adherent dressing as a treatment for superficial wounds infected with methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA
View Abstract on PubMed
STUDY TYPE All levels
DATE 1996
AUTHORS Balmforth V, et al.
TITLE Product evaluation case study of povidone iodine non-adherent for outcomes: wound pain, wound trend, cost-efficiency, and patient opinion
View Abstract on PubMed
STUDY TYPE All levels
DATE 2009
AUTHORS Campbell, N et al.

Ordering

 

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  • INADINE™ (PVP-I) Non Adherent Dressing

    PRODUCT PRODUCT CODE   ORDERING OPTION 
     
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              INADINE™ Dressing

              5 x 5cm

     
     
     P01481  25
     
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              INADINE™ Dressing

              5 x 5cm


     P0152 25