Zetuvit® Plus
Silicone Border

Estimating the amount of exudate in a wound and how it will develop over time can be challenging. In fact, a study found that almost 2 out of 3 patients were treated with inappropriate dressings to manage exudate1.

Zetuvit® Plus Silicone Border ensures you’re prepared even if the amount of exudate increases unexpectedly. It’s designed to avoid leakage and maceration while maintaining an optimal microclimate for wound healing2,3. In turn, alleviating concerns of odour and leakage for your patients, and helping to prevent exudate-related complications4.

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Study Results

1 of 3 patients showed improved wound edge (29%) and peri-wound skin (36%) within just 14 days5.

Reported 94% successful wound exudate management5.

91% rated Zetuvit® Plus Silicone Border “Excellent/Good when used under compression5.

Simple to use for all

Zetuvit® Plus Silicone Border offers simple and safe dressing changes thanks to the soft silicone contact layer. Plus, it’s suitable to treat a wide range of acute and chronic exuding wounds.

With absorption and retention capacity the No.1 need for improvement of silicone foam dressings6, Zetuvit® Plus Silicone Border puts optimal moisture management in your hands, improving care for your patients.

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1. Stephen-Haynes J et al. (2018). A retrospective audit of the treatment of wounds with moderate to high exudate levels. Wounds UK, Vol 14, No 5

2. Data on file: 27. Z+SilBor-der_benchmark.

3. Call, E., et al., Comparing fluid handling and microclimate conditions under superabsorbent polymer and superabsorbent foam dressings over an artificial wound. WCET Journal, 2019

4. Davies, L O, Rippon M G and Westgate S J.(2017) Odour Sequestration Properties of Superabsorbent Dressings Perfectus Paper 2017: Poster presented at Wounds UK.Harrogate, UK

5. Barrett, S. et al. (2020). Treatment of 52 patients with a self-adhesive siliconized superabsorbent dressing: amulticentre observational study. Journal of Wound Care vol.29, no.3, June 2020

6. Online Survey with Healthcare Professionals in Germany, UK & France 2018, n = 258. When asked “If you could improve three properties of silicone foam dressings, what would they be?“