Border Foam Dressing2020-05-13T16:18:43-04:00

Comfort Release® Border Foam Dressing

How to Apply a Comfort Release Bordered Foam Dressing

The application of Comfort Release® Bordered Foam Dressing is easy. It’s important that the patient’s skin is clean and dry without any product or lotions prior to application. When applying the bandage, smooth and mold the dressing into place without creating tension.

How to Remove a Comfort Release Bordered Foam Dressing

Comfort Release® Bordered Foam Dressings were designed to be easily removable. Use isopropyl alcohol to turn ‘off’ the adhesive and easily lift the bandage away from the skin with no discomfort or skin injury.

How to Partially Remove a Comfort Release Bordered Foam Dressing to Check a Wound

Checking a wound does not require a new dressing with Comfort Release® Bordered Foam Dressings. Use isopropyl alcohol to remove the dressing. Once you’ve checked the wound, reapply the dressing. After the alcohol has completely evaporated, the dressing will re-adhere.

How to Partially Remove and Reapply a Comfort Release Bordered Foam Dressing

Did you know Comfort Release® Bordered Foam Dressings can be partially removed? Designed with patient care in mind, physicians can check wounds or add necessary topical medications when needed. Comfort Release® Bordered Foam Dressings can then be reapplied without the need of a secondary dressing.

Acute and Advanced
Wound Care & Prevention

Our innovative tapes, bandages and dressings
support the needs of healthcare providers and patients
in a variety of clinical practice settings.

  • Wound Care Clinics

  • Home Health

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  • Hospitals (Acute Care)

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Acute and Advanced
Wound Care & Prevention

Our innovative tapes, bandages and dressings
support the needs of healthcare providers and patients
in a variety of clinical practice settings.

  • Wound Care Clinics

  • Home Health

  • Ambulatory Facilities

  • Hospice

  • Long-term (Post-Acute Care)

  • Hospitals (Acute Care)

  • Specialty Surgical Centers

  • Dialysis Care