Cardinal Health™ Hydrocolloid dressings consist of a wound contact layer of hydrocolloids and a semi-permeable, polyurethane film backing.
- Pressure ulcers
- Donor sites
- Dermatological excisions
- Diabetic ulcers
- Second-degree burns
- Surgical wounds (post-operative left to heal by secondary intent)
- Leg ulcers (venous stasis ulcers, arterial ulcers, and leg ulcers of mixed etiology)
- Traumatic wounds (ie. skin tears and secondary healing wounds)
Third-degree burns or on individuals who are sensitive to or who have had an allergic reaction to the dressing or its components.
|HC22||Hydrocolloid 2 x 2 in.||10 ea/bx, 20 bx/cs, 200 ea/cs|
|HC44||Hydrocolloid 4 x 4 in.||10 ea/bx, 20 bx/cs, 200 ea/cs|
|HC66||Hydrocolloid 6 x 6 in.||5 ea/bx, 16 bx/cs, 80 ea/cs|
|HC88||Hydrocolloid 8 x 8 in.||5 ea/bx, 16 bx/cs, 80 ea/cs|
|HCOVAL||Hydrocolloid 4 x 4.75 in. oval||10 ea/bx, 20 bx/cs, 200 ea/cs|
|HCTRI||Hydrocolloid 6 x 7 in. triangle||5 ea/bx, 16 bx/cs, 80 ea/cs|
The healthcare landscape is always changing. Now you have Connect – a monthly newsletter from Cardinal Health that connects people, best practices, and medical products throughout the healthcare industry.