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Excess wound fluid causes skin maceration and wound breakdown.

Unlike other foam dressings, the Hydrofiber® core in AQUACEL® Foam Pro absorbs, retains and locks away excess exudate directly into its fibres, preventing lateral spread and thereby reducing the risk of maceration.

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AQUACEL® Foam Pro is the advanced foam dressing from ConvaTec that combines the benefits of silicone foam, with the unrivalled advantage of Hydrofiber® Technology for exudate management.

  1. WHRI5694 MS158 In Vitro Performance Characteristics of AQUACEL® Foam Pro & Competitor Dressings. Data of file, Convatec 2018.
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  3. Walker M, Hobot JA, Newman GR, Bowler PG, 2003. Scanning electron microscopic examination of bacterial immobilisation in a carboxymethyl cellulose (AQUACEL™) and Alginate Dressing. Biomaterials 24: 883 890.
  4. Data on file In vitro Performance Characteristics of AQUACEL® Foam Pro WHRI4536 MS129. 25th November 2015.
  5. Data on file, AQUACEL® Foam Pro Dressings Product evaluation PMCF-19-1019-FR-LMR.