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Designed not to leak even under compression to give confidence to you and your patient1,2,3

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ABTHERA™ Open Abdomen Negative Pressure Therapy provides an active temporary abdominal closure (TAC) system, designed to remove fluids from the abdominal cavity and draw wound edges together, helping to achieve primary fascial closure while protecting abdominal contents from external contaminates.

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TIELLE™ Adhesive Dressing covers the wound bed and absorbs exudate while keeping the wound in a moist environment.

 

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Fluid then fills the hydropolymer cells. 

 

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Fluid then permenates into the cell walls.

 

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TIELLE™ Adhesive Dressing expands and conforms to the contours of the wound bed which helps to avoid pooling of exudate.

 

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TIELLE™ Adhesive Dressing contains a superabsorbant layer to maximise the dressings fluid handling while conforming to the wound bed.

 

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The dressing continuously transfers fluid away from the wound bed through the hydropolymer layer.

 

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Moisture is transferred to the back of the dressing, where it is abl to vapourate through the breathable backing film. 

 

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Exudate is locked away under movement and pressure7

 

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1. Romanelli M, Vowden K, Weir D. Exudate Management Made Easy. Int ernational Wounds Journal. 2010:1(2):1-6. 
2. World Union of Wound Healing Societies (WUWHS), Florence Congress, Position Document. Advances in wound care: the Triangle of Wound Assessment. Wounds International, 2016  
3. Jones NJ, Hagelstein SM, Ivins NM et al. An evaluation of a non-adhesive hydropolymer* foam dressing on patients with differing wound aetiologies. Poster presented at: Wounds UK Annual Conference; November 9-11, 2015; Harrogate, UK.
4. Guttormsen K, Chadwick P, Haycocks S. Tielle® Non- Adhesive Hydropolymer Dressing in practice. Diabetic Foot Journal. 2015;18(3):147-52. 
5. Schulze HJ. Clinical evaluation of TIELLE™ Plus dressing in the management of exuding chronic wounds. British Journal Community Nursing. 2003;8(11 Suppl):18-22. 

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