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Plus Silicone Border
For optimal moisture management

Zetuvit® Plus Silicone Border

Estimating how the amount of exudate in a wound will develop over time can be very challenging. While moist wounds heal 2 to 3 times faster than dry wounds[1] skin maceration, prolonged wound healing times and pain are just some of the factors that can result from inadequate exudate management.

Super absorbent polymer dressings such as Zetuvit® Plus Silicone Border are gaining in popularity:
they are now included in the latest edition of the World Union of Wound Healing Societies’ (WUWHS) consensus document on effective assessment and management of wound exudate.[3]
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Falanga's Wound Exudate Score with its 3 levels is the method favoured by WUWHS for assessing wound exudate.[4]

Zetuvit® Plus Silicone Border can be used for both levels 2 and 3 of the classification, making the selection of the dressing simple and ensures optimal choice of dressing, so you're prepared even if the amount of exudate increases unexpectedly.

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Zetuvit® Plus Silicone Border – BE PREPARED.

For optimal moisture management[5,6] make Zetuvit® Plus Silicone Border your preferred choice.

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Make Zetuvit® Plus Silicone Border your preferred choice.
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Be prepared and prevent exudate-related complications – layer by layer.

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Be prepared and help socially isolated patients regain confidence
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Easy to apply

  • Can be applied aseptically with gloves
  • Transparent border can be cut
  • Conforms to body contours
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Zetuvit product range in box

Sizing Available

ProductSize/Wound PadArticle NumberPack Contents

Zetuvit® Plus Silicone Border

10 × 10 cm / 5 × 5 cm41391010
12.5 × 12.5 cm / 7 × 7 cm41392010
15 × 25 cm / 9 × 19 cm41394010
20 × 25 cm / 14 × 19 cm41395010

Zetuvit® Plus Silicone

8 × 8 cm / 6 × 6 cm41381010
12.5 × 12.5 cm / 10.5 × 10.5 cm41382010
10 × 20 cm / 8 × 18 cm41383010
20 × 20 cm / 18 × 18 cm41384010
20 × 25 cm / 18 × 23 cm41385010

HARTMANN are here to ‘Make the shared management of wounds a part of every day life’

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* 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?“

[1] Swezey L (2014). Moist Wound healing. Wound Educators. Available at: http://woundeducators.com/wound-moisture-balance/. [2] 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. [3] Falanga V (2000) Classifications for wound bed preparation and stimulation of chronic wounds. Wound Rep Reg 8(5): 347-52. [4] World Union of Wound Healing Societies (WUWHS) Consensus Document. Wound Exudate: effective assessment and management Wounds International, 2019. [5] Data on file: 27. Z+SilBorder_benchmark. [6] Data on file: Dressing Heat and Water Vapor Report 20.07.2018 [7] Data on file: 27. Z+SilBorder_ Add_Feat_adhesiveness assessment [8] Data on file: Usability Test with n=30 2018. [9] Davies, LO, Rippon MG and Westgate SJ (2017). Odour Sequestration Properties of Superabsorbent Dressings Perfectus Paper 2017: Poster presented at Wounds UK. Harrogate, UK. [10] Data on file: 27. Z+SilBorder_Thickness. [11] Humbert P et al. (2014). Protease-modulating polyacrylate-based hydrogel stimulates wound bed preparation in venous leg ulcers – a randomized controlled trial. Journal of the European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology 28(12): S1742-50. [12] Atkin L and Ousey K (2016). Wound bed preparation: A novel approach using HydroTherapy. British Journal of Community Nursing 21(Supplt. 12): S23-8. [13] Smola H (2016). Simplified treatment options require high-performance dressings – from molecular mechanisms to intelligent dressing choices. EWMA 2016. Bremen, 11-13 May, 2016. [14] Ousey K et al. (2016). HydroTherapy Made Easy. Wounds UK 12(4). [15] Smola H et al. (2016). Hydrated polyurethane polymers to increase growth factor bioavailability in wound healing. HydroTherapy Symposium: A New Perspective on Wound Cleansing, Debridement and Healing. London, 3 March, 2016. [16] Data on file: Observational study PütterPro 2, n=101, Germany, 2015.