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Atrauman® Ag

When you need to reduce bioburden [4]

Atrauman® has been helping to improve patients' lives since 1998, providing atraumatic protection both clinicians and patients love and trust. That's why Atrauman® is listed on the majority of formularies1 and is the most widely used wound contact layer in the UK2.

Atrauman® – When you simply need a wound contact layer

Atrauman Ag® – When you need to reduce biourden[4]

Atrauman Silicone® – When you need an especially gentle touch

WHAT IF?

You could support painless dressing changes [4,7,8]

You could care for the surrounding skin and protect the wound from maceration effects [4,8]

"This is a great product of choice due to the non-adherent contact layer and added silver to perform two roles in one."

Alison Schofield Tissue Viability Nurse [9]


Atrauman® Ag Sizing

Dressing SizeDressings Per PackHARTMANN CodePIP CodeNPC Code
5 x 5cm10499 571321 4533EKB039
10 x 10cm10499 573321 4541EKB040
10 x 20cm10499 575321 4517EKB041

The Atrauman Family of products

Always there with a comforting touch.

The Atrauman® Family are HARTMANN’s wound contact layers for various wound types, providing the perfect solution for every requirement. Always there with a comforting touch.

Atrauman® – When you need a wound contact layer

Atrauman® Ag – When you need to reduce biourden [4]

Atrauman®Silicone – When you need an extra level of care

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References. 1. Data on file. 2. IMS Data non-silicone, non-antimicrobial wound contact layers, December 2015. 3. Stephen-Haynes, J. (2009). The use of Atrauman non-adherent wound dressing in tissue viability. Journal of community nursing. 14, 29–30, 32–34. 4. Ziegler, K. et al (2006). Reduced Cellular Toxicity of a New Silver Containing Antimicrobial Dressing and Clinical Performance in Non-Healing Wounds. Skin Pharmacol Physiol 19:140–146. 5. Brown, A. (2010). Silver dressings use in chronic wounds: Let clinical judgment be the guide. British Journal of Community Nursing. 15, 12, 30–37. 6. Meuleneire, F., Rücknagel, H. (2013). Soft silicone dressings made easy. Wounds International May 2013. 7. 2H. kapp (2005). Clinical observation study in 624 patients confirms good efficacy and tolerability. Aktuelle Dermatologie. 31: 561– 565. 8. 3Gray. D (2010). Reduced cellular toxicity and clinical performance of Atrauman Ag. Wounds UK. 6 (4). 9.Data on file, June 2020