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IODOFLEX Gel Cadexomer Gel with lodine.

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IODOSORB ™Gel is a sterile formulation of Cadexomer Iodine. When applied to the wound, IODOSORB ™ cleans it by absorbing fluids, removing exudate, slough and debris and forming a gel over the wound surface. As the gel absorbs exudate, iodine is released, killing bacteria and changing color as the iodine is used up.

A 3-in-1 mode of action kills bacteria, manages exudate, and debrides the wound bed.

Helps Promote Wound Healing

  • Exudate and debris is removed effectively.
  • IODOSORB ™ helps to promote a clean wound healing environment.
  • A change in color (white) indicates when IODOSORB ™ should be changed.
  • Gel formed over the wound promotes moist healing.
  • Accelerated healing rates can lead to earlier patient discharges.

Patient comfort
IODOSORB ™ Gel assists in reducing bacterial load, associated pain is reduced which can improve quality of life.
IODOSORB ™ is a non-adhesive which can reduce trauma when product is changed encouraging patient compliance.

IODOSORB ™ Gel – For use in cleaning wet ulcers and wounds such as venous stasis ulcers, pressure sores, diabetic foot ulcers, and infected traumatic and surgical wounds.


  • As IODOSORB ™ Gel contains 0.9% w/w iodine it should not be used in patients with known or suspected Iodine sensitivity. IODOSORB ™ Gel is contraindicated in Hashimoto’s Thyroiditis.
  • In patients with a prior history of Graves Disease it is not recommended to use iodine containing products, which includes IODOSORB ™ Gel.
  • The gel should not be used in the case of non-toxic nodular goitre. Patients with a past history of any thyroid disorder are more susceptible to alteration in thyroid metabolism with chronic IODOSORB ™ therapy.
  • Iodine is absorbed systemically especially when large wounds are treated.
  • In endemic goitre there has been isolated reports of hyperthyroidism associated with IODOSORB.
  • There is a potential for interaction of iodine with the following drugs and therefore co-administration is not recommended, Lithium, Sulphafurazoles and Sulphonylureas.
  • It has been observed occasionally that an adherent crust can form when the dressing is not changed with significant frequency.
  • Iodine can cross the placental barrier and is secreted into milk. Do not use IODOSORB ™ in pregnant or lactating women.

Instructions for Use:

Step 1
Open tube and squeeze gel on to a non-adherent gauze to the shape of the ulcer and to a depth of 3 to 4 mm. Position the gel face of the gauze on the wound surface and apply mild pressure to fix in place.

Step 2
Gently take off the existing dressing which should be moistened with saline if it is tending to adhere to the wound surface. Remove any remaining IODOSORB ™ with a gentle stream of saline or sterile water if applicable. Gently blot away any excess fluid before re-applying IODOSORB ™.


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