BETAplast™ Silver

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  • Provides high absorption, moist wound healing environment and aids in creating an antimicrobial environment1
  • Contains silver sulfadiazine which is released at a regular rate
  • Pressure ulcers
  • Leg ulcers
  • Diabetic ulcers
  • Venous stasis ulcers
  • Burns
  • Donor and graft sites
  • Post-operative wounds
  • Traumatic wounds
  • Lacerations
Use BETAplast™ Silver_ How it works
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1. Protective Layer

  • A thin, semi-permeable film
  • Protects the wound surface from bacterial invasion and contamination

2. Absorptive Layer

  • Uniform distribution of AgSD contained (concentration: 75 µg/cm2)
  • Controlled release levels of silver sulfadiazine , at optimal concentration that is effective in managing contaminated wounds: Suppressing Bacterial Growth in Moist Environment
  • High absorption and retention

3. Contact Layer

  • Protection from bacteria with silver concentration 50 µg/cm2
  • Prevention of bacteria colony forming on the wound surface
  • Non-adhesive to the wound site
  • Relief of pain
Clean the wound before applying the dressing.
Remove the dressing from the pouch and cut it larger than the wound site.
Peel off inner transparent film and place the dressing onto wound site.
Secure the dressing with secondary protective dressing (eg. retention dressing or bandage).
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Precautions
Single use only.
Discontinue use if reddening or sensitization occurs.
Do not use if packaging or pouch is damaged.
Keep out of children’s reach.
  1. Jo YW, et al. The Use of Medifoam® Silver for Superficial Second Degree Burn Patient. J Korean Wound Care Soc 2006; 2(2).
  2. Data on File. Release Test report for Medifoam® Silver. Genewel Co. GTR-RD-0010-003.