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Leukomed® Sorbact®

Leukomed Sorbact is intended for use in management of clean, contaminated, colonized or infected dry to low-exuding wounds, such as surgical wounds and traumatic wounds, e.g., lacerations, cuts and abrasions.

  • Bacteria and fungi-binding
  • Reduced risk of infection
  • Low allergy risk

Product benefits

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Bacteria and fungi-binding

This dressing is coated with a hydrophobic fatty ester acid which attracts bacteria and are removed with each dressing change.
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Reduced risk of infection

Prophylactic use of Leukomed Sorbact reduces the risk of infections.
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Low allergy risk

This surgical wound dressing has a low allergy risk, in accordance with ISO 10993.
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Protects from bacteria and microorganisms

The innovative design makes Sorbact effective against antibiotic-resistant microorganisms, fungi, and different types of bacteria.
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Manages dry to low exuding wounds

Well suited to postoperative and traumatic dry to low-exuding wounds including surgical incisions, lacerations, cuts and abrasions, dehisced wounds, and minor burns.
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Sterile

Leukomed Sorbact is delivered sterile.

How to use

How to use Leukomed Sorbact by Leukoplast
1) Hold the wound dressing at the blue handling tape.
Then remove the top layer of the first release liner (labelled no. 1).

2) Hold the blue handling tape with the adhesive facing towards the wound or device and apply half of the transparent dressing accurately over the desired location. Now remove the second layer of release liner (also labelled no. 1).

3) Carefully press the transparent film onto the skin, especially around the edges. Full skin contact ensures that the dressing is waterproof and a bacterial barrier.

4) Now remove the top application film by lifting the edge of the blue handling tape (labelled no. 2) and carefully peeling off this top layer.

Remove: to remove the dressing, pull off the film evenly using one of the edges.

Information for use

Please make sure to always follow the instructions for use, including the safety information provided with the product. Not at hand? Find the needed safety information in this database!