About Kliniderm FilmA wound film such as Kliniderm Film is particularly suitable for the treatment of 1st degree burns, donor sites, pressure points or their prevention, postoperative wounds and abrasions. In addition, Kliniderm Film is used for fixation and as a secondary wound dressing. It maintains a moist wound environment and therefore has a beneficial effect on the natural healing process. The transparent film allows the healing process to be closely monitored while it is impermeable to micro-organisms. In addition, you can shower with Kliniderm Film.
Kliniderm® Film range consists of the following product variants:
- Kliniderm Film
- Kliniderm Film with pad
- Kliniderm Film IV
- Kliniderm Film IV nonwoven
- Kliniderm Film on a roll (non-sterile)
- Kliniderm Film without pad allows visual inspection of the wound throughout the healing process
- Can remain in place for up to 7 days
- Kliniderm Film can also be used for fixation
- Kliniderm Film dressings (sterile), with and without absorbent pad and non-sterile Kliniderm Film roll, are indicated for surface wounds with slight exudate.
- Sterile Kliniderm Film IV is indicated for securing intravenous cannulas.
- Cleanse the wound area with an appropriate wound cleansing solution.
- Ensure the peri-wound skin is clean and dry.
- Select a suitable size of Kliniderm Film, so that the dressing overlaps the wound margins by approximately 3cm/1.17”. Non-sterile Film on a roll can be cut to size.
- Remove the release paper from the adhesive side of the dressing.
- Position the dressing over the wound site with the tabs on the adhesive side facing to the wound. Gently apply pressure to the dressing as it attaches to the wound.
- When the dressing is applied, remove the PET film backing layer, starting at the green line and peel away one by one.