INTRASITE Gel Hydrogel Wound Dressing
INTRASITE Gel is a sterile hydrogel dressing that effectively rehydrates necrotic tissue, promoting autolytic debridement. This gel absorbs exudate and maintains a moist wound environment without preservatives.
Precision Application: The Applipak system allows for precise, controlled application, even in challenging wound sites.
Gentle Debridement: It absorbs slough and exudate without harming delicate granulation tissue.
Versatile Sizes: Available in various sizes to accommodate different wound dimensions.
Moist Wound Healing: Creates an ideal moist wound management environment.
Rehydration and Debridement: Facilitates rehydration of necrotic tissue, aiding in debridement.
Non-Adherent: Designed to be non-adherent, minimizing disruption during dressing changes.
Suitable for minor conditions like minor burns, superficial lacerations, cuts, abrasions (partial-thickness wounds), and skin tears.
Under healthcare professional guidance, it can manage venous ulcers, surgical incisions, diabetic foot ulcers, and pressure injuries (including stage 4).
- Avoid use on patients with known sensitivity to INTRASITE Gel or its ingredients.
Warnings and Precautions:
Use with caution near the eyes and in deep wounds with narrow openings.
For external use only; do not ingest.
- Diabetic Ulcers
- Partial-Thickness Wounds
- Pressure Ulcers
- Skin Tears
- Surgical Wounds
- Venous Ulcers
- Remove the secondary dressing.
- Clean the wound site with sterile saline solution.
- Remove the blue protective cap from the nozzle.
- Swab the nozzle and tip with an antiseptic swab.
- Snap off the tip, and gently dispense gel into the wound.
- Spread INTRASITE Gel to a depth of approximately 5mm.
- Discard any unused gel.
- Cover with the preferred secondary dressing.
Removal & Change Frequency:
- Rinse INTRASITE Gel from the wound with sterile saline solution.
- Change the dressing at least every 3 days for necrotic and sloughy wounds.
- For clean granulating wounds, adjust the change frequency based on clinical condition and exudate levels.