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Profore Wound Contact Layer

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PROFORE ™ WCL (Wound Contact Layer) is a 14cm x 20cm (5 1/2″ x 8″) dressing made of knitted viscose rayon.

Features & Benefits

  • Non-adherent
  • Non-adhesive
  • Highly porous
  • Highly conformable
  • Cost-effective

Non-adherent
PROFORE ™ WCL has an open knit construction, which allows exudate to pass freely, while helping to limit the adherence of the dressing to the wound.

Non-adhesive
PROFORE ™ WCL is non-adhesive and therefore recommended for wounds surrounded by sensitive skin, such as venous leg ulcers.

Highly Porous
PROFORE ™ WCL is highly porous. This helps to prevent maceration of the peri-wound by preventing exudate pooling

Highly Conformable
The knitted construction of PROFORE ™ WCL makes the dressing highly conformable, providing comfort for the patient while helping to maintain a moist environment at the wound site.

Indications

PROFORE ™ WCL is indicated to act as a non-adherent interface between the granulating wound surface and conventional absorbent dressings. It can also be used in conjunction with PROFORE ™, PROFORE ™ LF and PROFORE ™ Lite, the Multi-layer Compression Bandage Systems.

PROFORE ™ WCL provides physical separation between the wound and external environments to assist in preventing bacterial contamination of the wound.

PREOFOR ™ WCL aids in the creation and maintenance of a moist wound environment. Moist wound environments have been established as optimal environments for the management of the wound.

Precautions

If reddening or sensitization occurs, discontinue use and consult a healthcare professional.

Instructions for Use:

Caution: Do not use contents if pouch is opened or damaged.

  • Use a clean technique to remove the wound contact layer from the pack and apply directly to the wound.
  • Either side of the WCL can be placed in contact with the wound.
  • Ensure ulcerated area is covered.
  • Use extra WCL as required.
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