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Hydrofiber® Technology in Action - Intimate Contact Test (4/4) As a result of the transformation into a soft, coherent gel on contact with fluid, a dressing with Hydrofiber® Technology is able to contour over the wound. This limits the space where bacteria can grow and prevents exudate pooling at the wound interface. Moreover, it maintains a moist environment that is favourable for wound healing over every part of the wound.
Hydrofiber® Technology Key Features- Responds (3/3) A key feature of dressings with Hydrofiber® Technology is the ability to respond to different wound conditions, and respond to changing wound conditions appropriately, through the gelling action. As a result of this action an environment favourable to wound healing is maintained. The addition of silver to Hydrofiber® Technology provides a reservoir of silver ions, inside the dressing.
Hydrofiber® Technology Key Features- Contours (2/3) A key feature of dressings with Hydrofiber® Technology is that, once in gel form, they contour closely to the wound bed.1 This means that there is no "dead space" between the wound and the dressing interface, limiting spaces where bacteria can proliferate.
Hydrofiber® Technology Key Features- Locks in (1/3) A key feature of dressings with Hydrofiber® Technology is the ability to lock in the fluid that is absorbed. This means that wound exudate, and pathogenic bacteria that it might contain, is safely removed from the wound bed and the surrounding area, protecting these surfaces from potential maceration, and providing a passive mechanism of wound infection control.
Hydrofiber® Technology in Action - Pressure Test (3/4) The effective "locking in" action of dressings with Hydrofiber® Technology is clearly demonstrated in this experiment. This is of particular relevance for dressings which are to be used in the treatment of venous leg ulcers, where compression is the mainstay of treatment.