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Kliniderm silicone wound contact layer

Gentle, transparent and flexible

Kliniderm® silicone wound contact layer is a one-sided soft silicone contact layer with a porous structure that allows exudate to pass through easily into a secondary dressing.

The dressing is non-adherent to the wound site, preventing skin stripping and discomfort during dressing changes. 

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*Drug Tariff prices correct from May 2021, based on closest comparable size.


Clinical Evidence

Key clinicals

Author(s)

Title

Publication

King, B., Barrett, S., and Welch, D.

A clinical evaluation of 21 patients using Kliniderm silicone wound contact layer

Wounds UK, 2021, 17(1)

Gardner, S.

Evaluation of Kliniderm silicone wound contact layer on patient with T-Cell lymphoma being treated with total skin electron beam therapy

Poster

Author

Title

Gardner, S.

Evaluation of Kliniderm silicone wound contact layer on patient with T-Cell lymphoma being treated with total skin electron beam therapy


Indications

Kliniderm silicone wound contact layer is indicated for chronic and acute wounds such as:

  • Skin tears
  • Diabetic foot ulcers
  • Pressure ulcers
  • Leg ulcers
  • First / second degree burns
  • Surgical wounds
  • Traumatic wounds
  • Can also be used as a protective layer on non-exuding wounds, on areas with fragile skin and with Negative Pressure Wound Therapy

Applying Kliniderm silicone wound contact layer*

  1. Clean the wound area according to local protocols. Ensure the peri-wound skin is dry
  2. Select a suitable size so that the dressing overlaps the wound margins by at least 1cm. Larger wounds may require more overlap
  3. Gently apply directly onto the wound site, peel off the carrier film of the dressing and gently smooth down the wound edges to ensure good adhesion
  4. Cover the contact layer with an appropriate secondary absorbent dressing such as Kliniderm superabsorbent

Education

Seminars/webinars

Title: Managing Atypical Wounds

Presenter: Sharon Gardner, Clinical Support Specialist (H&R Healthcare)

Date: November 2020


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Ordering Details

Size Pieces per box Product code PIP code NHS code
5cm x 7.5cm 10 40514880 404-7338 EKH086
7.5cm x 10cm 10 40514881 404-7346 EKH087
10cm x 18cm 10 40514882 404-7353 EKH088
17cm x 25cm 5 40514884 404-7361 n/a
20cm x 30cm 5 40514883 404-7379 EKH085