ZeniCONTACT is a sterile, open mesh, soft silicone wound contact layer that allows exudate to pass through to the secondary dressing. The silicone is gentle and non-adherent to the wound while preventing secondary dressings from adhering to fragile tissue. ZeniContact can be used as topical ointment carriers or in conjunction with negative pressure wound therapy.
- Conforms Easily
- Flexible and Soft
- 100% Open Mesh
- Allows Exudate to Pass Through
- Gentle, Non-Adherent Contact Layer
- Can be Cut to Shape
- Can be Used with NPWT Dressings or as Topical Ointment Carrier
- Primary Dressing
- Prevents Secondary Dressing from Adhering to Wound
- Easy Peel off Release Liners
- Removeable Protective Backing Prevents Dressing from Sticking to Gloves during Application
Indications for Use
- Traumatic Wounds
- Surgical Wounds
- Skin Tears
- Granulation Tissue
- Skin Grafts
- Diabetic Ulcers
- Pressure Ulcers
- Venous Ulcers
- Arterial Ulcers
- 1st & 2nd Degree Burns
- Radiation Wounds
- Do not use on third-degree burns.
- ZeniCONTACT should be discarded after single use.
- Do not use ZeniCONTACT if the pouch is damaged.
- Do not use ZeniCONTACT with oxidizing agents such as hypochlorite solutions or hydrogen peroxide.
- If reddening or sensitization occurs, discontinue use and notify your medical provider.
- If used for skin grafts, skin tears or protection of blisters, ZeniCONTACT should not be lifted/removed prior to 5 days post application.
- When using ZeniCONTACT on infected wounds, the wound should be inspected and treated per your medical provider.
- Store ZeniCONTACT in a cool, dry place and avoid light.
ZeniCONTACT (Silicone Contact Layer)
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Use and application tips
ZeniCONTACT Silicone Contact Layer dressing may be used as a carrier for topical ointments or as a primary dressing to prevent secondary dressings from sticking to the wound bed. When applying ZeniCONTACT, remove the first release liner and discard. If applicable, topical ointments may be applied to ZeniCONTACT. Place the sticky side of ZeniCONTACT to the wound. Then, remove and discard the second release liner. Cover with an appropriate secondary dressing as instructed by your medical provider. Please note: Silicone is naturally sticky to the touch; however, when in contact with wound drainage, the silicone mesh is non-adherent to the wound. When using ZeniCONTACT on skin grafts, skin tears or blisters, the dressing should remain in place for 5 days before removal.