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V.A.C. VERAFLO CLEANSE CHOICE™ Dressing, ULTVCC05MD, Medium, 5/pk

3M ID 70001421992
  • Three foam layers to provide application options for wounds with varying depths
  • "Honeycomb" pattern contact layer
  • Conformable thin cover layer for shallower wounds and thick cover layer for deeper wounds
  • Dressing available in Medium & Large sizes to minimise waste
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Specifications
Brand
Veraflo™
Pack Quantity
5/pk
Details

The 3M™ V.A.C. Veraflo Cleanse Choice™ Dressing , in conjunction with 3M™ V.A.C. Veraflo Therapy, can be used to initiate wound cleansing and facilitate removal of infectious materials.

Designed specifically for use with 3M™ V.A.C. Veraflo™ Therapy, provides a wound cleansing option for clinicians when surgical debridement must be delayed or is not possible or appropriate. 1 3M™ V.A.C. Veraflo Cleanse Choice™ Dressing provides “mechanical” movement at the wound surface in combination with cyclic delivery and dwell of topical solutions to help disrupt, soften, solubilise and remove thick exudate (such as or e.g. slough) and non-viable tissue.1 3M™ V.A.C. Veraflo Cleanse Choice™ Dressing with 3M™ V.A.C. Veraflo™ Therapy is ideal for dirty wounds needing immediate wound cleansing.1

  • Three foam layers to provide application options for wounds with varying depths
  • "Honeycomb" pattern contact layer
  • Conformable thin cover layer for shallower wounds and thick cover layer for deeper wounds
  • Dressing available in Medium & Large sizes to minimise waste
  • 1 Téot L, Boissiere F, Fluieraru S. Novel foam dressing using negative pressure wound therapy with instillation to remove thick exudate. Int Wound J. 2017 Oct;14(5):842-848. doi: 10.1111/iwj.12719. Epub 2017 Feb 28. PMID: 28244217.

Suggested Applications

  • Ideal for wounds with thick fibrinous exudate, slough, infectious material and other wound bioburden