Fibracol Plus Collagen Wound Dressing with Alginate - 4 x 4 3/8"

190541
Item:
Price Guarantee
Our Price
$10.84
Lower Price in Cart

    See lower price in cart




Select An Option:
One-Time Delivery
Save 5% with Allegro Autoship, Deliver Every
Other Info
IDs
Average Customer Rating
4.5/5 Stars
(3 ratings)
         
Features:
  • 90% collagen composition
  • Maintains initial integrity when wet
  • Non-adherent and removes easily
  • Twice as absorbent as traditional Fibracol
Product Overview:

Fibracol Plus Collagen Wound Dressing
with Alginate 4 x 4 3/8"


Fibracol Plus Collagen Wound Dressing with Alginate is advanced wound care dressing with 90% collagen composition. Fibracol Plus Collagen Wound Dressing with Alginate is twice as absorbent as traditional Fibracol Collagen-Alginate Dressing. Fibracol Plus Collagen Wound Dressing with Alginate combines with exudate to maintain a moist wound environment, enabling a rapid rate of healing. It is non-adherent, removes easily and leaves wound free of fiber. It maintains initial integrity when wet. Soft, conformable sheet can be cut to fit any size wound. Available in rope to pack deep wounds.

Indications:

  • Full-thickness & partial-thickness wounds
  • Pressure ulcers
  • Venous ulcers
  • Ulcers caused by mixed vascular etiologies
  • Diabetic ulcers
  • Second-degree burns
  • Donor sites and other bleeding surface wounds
  • Abrasions
  • Traumatic wounds healing by secondary intention
  • Dehisced surgical incisions
Frequently Ordered Together
Fibracol Plus Collagen Wound Dressing with Alginate - 4 x 4 3/8"

Get Both For Only: $36.53

This Product: Fibracol Plus C... - Each $10.84
MEPILEX Border Self Adherent Foam Dressing... - 4" x 4" - Box of 5 $25.69
Fibracol Plus Collagen Wound Dressing with Alginate - 4 x 4 3/8" Reviews Summary
Allegro Medical does not endorse, recommend or sponsor any customer product reviews, ideas or advice.
Average Rating
3 reviews
Stacked Stars
(0)
(0)
(0)
3 out of 3 recommended this product to their friends
Top Pros

Effective (2)
Easy To Use (2)
Promotes Healing (2)
Safe (2)
Top Cons

Doesn't Alleviate Pain (1)
Top Best Uses

Long Term Use (2)
1-2 of 3 reviews
I would buy this product again Verified Purchaser

Pros:
Effective. Safe. Promotes Healing. Easy To Use.
Best Uses:
Long Term Use.
Describe Yourself:
Medical Professional.

Works great..

by from Auburn, WA
  Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
1 person found this review helpful
Works well Verified Purchaser

Pros:
Effective. Easy To Use. Promotes Healing. Safe.
Cons:
Doesn't Alleviate Pain.
Best Uses:
Long Term Use.
Describe Yourself:
Parent.

I have a wound that is very slow to heal, and this has helped.

by from Chicago
  Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
1 person found this review helpful
1-2 of 3 reviews

Fibracol Plus Collagen Wound Dressing with Alginate - 4 x 4 3/8" is also listed in these categories below:

Q&A:  Question About?
Fibracol Plus Collagen Wound Dressing with Alginate - 4 x 4 3/8"
Ask the community about this product and get answers. Share your knowledge and advice.
Learn More about Q&A.
2 Questions | 2 Answers
Q:
How often should Fibrachol Plus with Alginate be changed from slow healing venous ulcers?
Asked on Aug 4, 2014 9:35:38 PM by Ouch from Timbucktwo
0 people had the same question
Helpful
 |
Report
A:
I am not a Dr. so use your own judgement, however generally when using this on my father's diabetic leg, if an ulcer or tear in the skin forms, I will place a piece over the wound, (double it if deep), and if it is dry and stuck to the wound when I check it again I will leave it two to three days -- that will usually heal it. If it is wet I will change it until the new fibracol application appears dry . If the wound gets worse or continues to be wet then we seek further help at the VA clinic's wound care department.
Answered on May 11, 2015 7:22:53 AM by Rick  from FL
0 people found this helpful
Helpful | Report
Q:
Is it suppose to turn into greenish color paste in a deep wound? Dr. said wound clean, but a slight odor and greenish color paste is on dressing nothing is left in the wound.
Asked on Jul 23, 2012 6:35:36 AM by mamabear from florida
0 people had the same question
Helpful
 |
Report
A:
Good question. I have never seen it turn green on my father's diabetic wounds. If the wound is turning green and has an odor I would seek medical help. Fibracol will absorb and draw away moisture from the wound, so at times the product will become gooey depending on how much moisture it has absorbed from the wound. With my father it is mostly a yellow-ish color. I have used it on myself for cuts and noticed the yellow-ish color as well. That is normal. Green, however, sounds worrisome. Seek further help.
Answered on May 11, 2015 7:28:22 AM by Rick  from FL
0 people found this helpful
Helpful | Report

Part Number(s): 730 0774, 730 0772 01, 730 6201

Mfg Part Number(s): 2982

Scrip Part Number(s): 730 0772 01, 730 6201, 730 0774


Email Exclusives
Don't miss our next great special!
|