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How to apply and remove Biatain® Silicone Square

See how Biatain Silicone 3DFit® Technology fills the gap and reduces exudate pooling.

See how Biatain Silicone 3DFit® Technology fills the gap and reduces exudate pooling.

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See how Biatain Silicone 3DFit® Technology fills the gap and reduces exudate pooling.

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How to apply and remove Biatain Silicone Multishape and Biatain Silicone Heel

How to apply and remove Biatain Silicone Sacral Small and Large

When is it time to change a Biatain Silicone dressing

Biatain Silicone can be left in place for up to 7 days depending on the amount of wound fluid, dressing conditions and type of wound. The dressing should be changed when there is 1 cm between the exudate and the edge of the foam pad:

Leave in place - do not change

Leave in place - do not change

Recommended dressing change

This is for general guidance only. Please follow instructions from your Healthcare Professional.

How to remove a Biatain Silicone dressing?

Download an application booklet containing instructions on how to apply and remove all variants of Biatain Silicone.

Biatain Silicone

Biatain Silicone is a sterile, single use polyurethane foam dressing with a silicone adhesive.

Biatain Silicone is indicated for a wide range of low- to highly exuding wounds. This includes acute wounds such as donor sites, post operate wounds and traumatic wounds; and chronic wounds such as leg ulcers, pressure ulcers and non-infected diabetic foot ulcers.

Biatain Silicone may be left in place for up to 7 days depending on the amount of exudate, dressing conditions and type of wounds.

For further information regarding Biatain Silicone, please visit the product page.

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