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A new reinforced gelling fibre toreduce exudate pooling: Biatain®Fiber with HexaLock® Technology

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Exudate management remains a key challenge in clinical practice. The main
goals of all exudate management interventions are to optimise the wound
bed moisture level and to remove exudate that contains bacteria and other
substances that can inhibit healing, in order to improve outcomes and patient
quality of life. Gelling fibre dressings are a solution for moderate to highly
exuding wounds (WUWHS, 2019), and are a well-accepted option in the
management of exudate. Biatain® Fiber with HexaLock® Technology (Coloplast)
is a soft and sterile gelling fibre dressing intended for use as a primary wound
dressing. The dressing has been developed in consultation with clinicians to
effectively absorb and retain exudate. The unique HexaLock Technology locks
in exudate, minimises shrinkage and forms a cohesive gel that ensures an easy
one-piece removal with minimal risk of leaving residue in the wound.
Original languageEnglish
JournalWounds International
Issue number3
Pages (from-to)34-40
Publication statusPublished - 2020

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