How Exufiber works
Exufiber is a sterile, nonwoven dressing made from highly absorbent polyvinyl alcohol fibres. In contact with wound exudate, Exufiber transforms into a gel that facilitates moist wound healing and ease of removal during dressing changes. Exufiber is available both as a sheet and ribbon as dressings.
Benefits of Exufiber
• High tensile strength to enable one-piece dressing removal
• High retention capacity reduces the risk of leakage and maceration
• Absorbs and retains exudate, blood and bacteria
• Highly absorbent, even under compression therapy
• May be left in place for up to 7 days
All wounds should be inspected frequently. In case of signs of infection, consult a health care professional for infection treatment. Exufiber is not intended for dry wounds or full thickness burns. If the dressing dries out and is difficult to remove, it should be moistened according to clinical practice and allowed to soak until it lifts easily.
Exufiber is intended to be used on a wide range of exuding wounds:
• Pressure ulcers
• Leg and foot ulcers
• Partial thickness burns
• Surgical wounds
• Donor sites
• Chronic wounds