Overview: Contact Layers

Impregnated Contact Layers

Atrauman® Ag

Silver-containing ointment dressings made of hydrophobic polyamide lattice tulle, with fibres coated with elemental silver; they have an antibacterial effect against gram-negative and gram-positive bacteria when in direct contact with the dressing; impregnated with a neutral ointment mass without additives of vaseline or other paraffins; permeable to exudate, particularly soft and good drapable, does not stick to the wound; even effective during long-term use and they are neither sensitising nor allergising and have an antibacterial effect for at least 7 days.

The ointment mass contains: Ester mixture of natural or vegetable fatty acids, bound as di- and triglycerides, Macrogol 2000.

Atrauman®

Non-medicated ointment dressings made of hydrophobic, close-weave polyester tulle, with smooth surface structure, impregnated with a neutral ointment mass (Ester mixture of natural or vegetable fatty acids, bound as di- and triglycerides); their vegetable fatty acids actively support lipid metabolism and thereby promote healing process; without additives of vaseline or other paraffins; permeable to exudate, particularly soft and good drapable, does not stick to the wound.
The ointment mass contains: Ester mixture of natural or vegetable fatty acids, bound as di- and triglycerides

Grassolind®

Non-medicated ointment dressings made from open-weave gauze, which is permeable to air and exudate; impregnated with a neutral ointment mass; the thick layer of ointment mass is not washed away even in cases of high exudation; can easily be cut to size; even effective during long-term use and they are neither sensitising nor allergising.
The ointment mass contains:
White vaseline, fatty acid diglycerol esters of carbonate and dicarbonate, synthetic wax.

 

Non-impregnated Contact Layers