Spycra® Contact Wound Contact Layer

AUD $74.25AUD $198.00 incl. GST

SPYCRA® Contact, made of soft and flexible polyamide fibers, is an elastic wound contact layer that is adhesive on one side. When applied to exuding wounds, its wide scaled pore structure allows optimal vertical migration of wound fluid towards an absorbent secondary dressing. SPYCRA® Contact can be painlessly removed, re-positioned or left in place upon removal of the secondary dressing.

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Spycra® Contact is an elastic, one-sided silicone adhesive wound contact layer with self-adhering properties. Its easily re-positionable and its rounded edges help it stay in place.

When being used on exuding wounds, the wide scaled pore structure of the wound contact layer allows an optimal vertical migration of wound fluid towards an absorbent secondary dressing. The wound contact layer itself does not absorb.

The silicone adhesive layer allows the contact layer to be re-positioned painlessly and without loss of adherence. It can also be left in place for several days when secondary absorbent dressings are replaced. This makes it suitable for medium to high exuding wounds, as well as skin tears and Epidermolysis bullosa (EB).



Care of epidermolysis bullosa
Abrasions and skin tear (with and without tissue loss)
Surgical incisions
Partial thickness burns
Care of superficial medium- to high-exuding wounds
Diabetic, venous and arterial ulcers
Negative Pressure Wound Therapy

For information on how to use your Spycra Contact dressing, please read the enclosed directions.

Product of Belgium.

Additional information


5.0 x 7.5 cm – 10 pack (SC 5 – 75 – 10), 7.5 x 10 cm – 10 pack (SP 75 – 10 – 10), 10 x 10 cm – 10 pack (SP 10 – 10 – 10), 10 x 18 cm – 5 pack (SP 10 – 18 – 5)


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