Hartmann HydroTac

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The Hartmann HydroTac is a sterile, single-use wound dressing designed to manage wounds during the granulation and epithelialization phases, particularly those with low to moderate exudation. The dressing features a gas-permeable, waterproof, and bacteria-resistant outer layer made of polyurethane. Its wound-facing surface has a mesh structure impregnated with a hydrogel, creating a moisture reservoir that aids in wound healing.

The hydrogel consists of a hydrated polyurea/polyurethane hybrid polymer containing propylene glycol, which prevents the dressing from sticking to the wound, enabling painless and atraumatic dressing changes. The HydroTac Foam Dressing can absorb wound exudate and release moisture, maintaining an optimal moist wound environment that promotes healing.

Benefits & Features

  • Coated Foam Dressing: Ensures effective wound management.
  • Moist Wound Environment: Supports faster and more effective healing.
  • Atraumatic Dressing Change: Prevents sticking to the wound, allowing for painless removal.
  • Customizable Size: Can be cut to fit the specific wound size.
  • Waterproof and Bacteria Resistant: Protects the wound from external contaminants.
  • Sterile and Single Use: Ensures safety and hygiene.
  • Available in a Range of Sizes: Suitable for various wound types and sizes.

Product Details

  • Material: Polyurethane outer layer with a hydrogel-impregnated wound-facing surface.
  • Hydrogel Composition: Hydrated polyurea/polyurethane hybrid polymer containing propylene glycol.
  • Structure: Mesh structure to prevent adherence and facilitate atraumatic dressing changes.
  • Functionality: Absorbs exudate and releases moisture to maintain a moist wound environment.
  • Application: Suitable for low to moderate exuding wounds during granulation and epithelialization phases.
  • Fixation: Requires a suitable secondary dressing for fixation.

Areas of Application

The HydroTac is ideal for:

  • Granulation Phase Wounds: Supports the development of new tissue.
  • Epithelialization Phase Wounds: Aids in the final stages of healing.
  • Low to Moderate Exudation Wounds: Absorbs excess fluid while maintaining moisture.
  • Customizable Wound Care: Can be cut to size, making it versatile for various wound types.

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