REIMAGINE your Wound Care . . .

Safely secure ALL your dressings without tape!

Adjustable, can remove and reapply

Adds controlled compression

Decreased incidence of dehiscence

Clean with soap/water, air dry, reapply

Facilitates healing

Provides Comfort

Can be worn in the shower

The extended wearable that is easy to apply

The DermaHug device can be worn continuously for 2 weeks or more.  It is hydrophobic and may be worn in the bath or shower.  It can be adjusted, removed and reapplied.  If soiled, it may be removed; hand-washed with mild soap and water, rinsed with water, patted dry or allowed to air dry, then reapplied. 

It can be trimmed to fit for creative applications.  All you need is sharp scissors!

Patients love wearing the DermaHug.  It is extremely comfortable, conforms to body contours and does not bind in clothing.  Once removed, there is no residue.   

And . . . most importantly, it DOES NOT cause contact sensitivity reaction or skin stripping.



Features and Benefits of DermaHug

Features of DermaHug Material: Benefits Using DermaHug:
Flexible, comfortable material Adds compression to the wound and periwound
Extremely comfortable
Thick silicone gel Greatly reduces sheer forces
No dermal stripping
Protects the epidermis from sheer forces
Brushed nylon surface Provides a wearable anchor for canulas, catheters, ports, etc.
Can be modified or customized to the patient Optimizing the shape and size needed to accommodate the patient's wound
Hydrophobic Creates a complete seal
Can be worn in the shower or bath
Single-patient reusable Clean and reapply
wear continuously for weeks
Use as a primary or secondary dressing Can be used as a combination dressing
Optimal moisture transmission rate (MVRT) Creates the correct environment for wound healing between the device and the patient’s skin
Hypo-allergenic, contains no latex No contact dermatitis

Consult an Expert

Ultra Wound Care’s clinical specialist and advisor, Jan Chevrette, welcomes any questions you have about using DermaHug. Her extensive experience spans 40 years. She currently sees patients with complex and difficult-to-heal wounds, including patients with open abdomens, EC fistulas, dehisced APR incisions & diabetic foot ulcers. She has been using DermaHug devices for nearly four years with tremendous success for her patients. Her phone number is 866-623-7476, Ext. 6. If she is unable to take your call, please leave a message and she will call you back.

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