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Silverlon® Calcium Alginate Dressings

Calcium Alginate Dressings are an effective barrier to microbial penetration for moderate to heavy exudating partial and full thickness wounds, including pressure ulcers, diabetic ulcers, donor and graft sites, traumatic and surgical wounds and 1st and 2nd degree burns.

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Sizes and Product Numbers:

2” x 2” - CA-22

4” x 4.75” - CA-475

Quantity per Box: 10

4” x 8” - CA-48

0.75” x 12” - CA-7512

8” x 12” - CA-812

Quantity per Box: 5

Directions for use
  • Cleanse wound with sterile water, distilled water, or normal saline, removing necrotic debris or eschar as needed per local protocol.
  • Select the size of dressing that covers the wound, but does not overlap the wound margins.
  • Apply pad to wound with the gray (silver) side of pad toward the wound.For heavily exudating wounds, apply the dressing directly to the wound bed; loosely pack deep wounds, ensuring that the dressing does not overlap the wound margins.
  • For lightly exudating wounds, moisten the wound bed with sterile water, distilled water or normal saline before applying the dressing.
  • Cover and secure with non-occlusive secondary dressing per local protocol.
  • Remove Silverlon CA Dressing when saturated or when local wound care practice dictates.
  • Silverlon CA Dressings may be used for 7 days; frequency of dressing change will depend on patient condition and the level of wound exudates.
    • Initially, it might be necessary to change the dressing every 24 hours.
  • To remove Silverlon CA Dressing, first remove the outer secondary dressing per local protocol. Then gently lift the edges of the Silverlon CA dressing.
    • If the wound appears dry, or sticking of the dressing occurs, moisten Silverlon CA Dressing with sterile water, distilled water, or normal saline until the dressing can be easily removed by gently lifting the corners.
  • Irrigate the wound per local protocol after dressing removal.
Indications for use

Indications for use

Silverlon CA Dressing is a professional use wound dressing indicated for the management of moderately - to heavily-exudating, partial and full thickness wounds, including 1st and 2nd degree burns, skin grafts and donor sites, chronic wounds such as pressure ulcers, dermal ulcers, vascular ulcers, diabetic ulcers, traumatic and surgical wounds.

Warnings and Precautions

Silverlon CA Dressings are intedned for external use only. Contact a health care professional if any of the following signs or symptoms are noted:

  • Increased pain, increased bleeding, increased swelling, increased wound drainage or increased redness in and around the wound site;
  • There is a change in wound color and/or wound odor;
  • The wound does not begin to show signs of healing;
  • Any other unexpected symptoms occur


  • Do not use Silverlon CA Dressings on patients with known sensitivity to silver or nylon
  • Do not use Silverlon CA Dressings on 3rd degree burns
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