Products for Wound and Skin

Coloplast offers a range of advanced wound and skin care solutions to protect the skin, accelerate wound healing and provide optimal comfort for patients.

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Silicone foam dressings

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Gelling fibre dressings

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Hydrocolloid dressings

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Contact layer dressings

The Gap Challenge

With conventional foam dressings, a gap can form between the wound bed and the dressing. This allows exudate pooling, which may lead to the risk of infection, and to a delay in wound healing6,7,8. Biatain Silicone is a conforming dressing with 3DFit® Technology that fills the gap and reduces exudate pooling to promote optimal healing conditions.


Evidence suggest that the use of Biatain Silicone in wounds up to 2cm in depth instead of a filler and secondary dressing can reduce unit cost spend by 49-51% 9,10

Wound and Skin product range

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Our wound care portfolio

Our wound care portfolio offers products that assist healthcare professionals and patients with a complete wound healing cycle: from start to finish. We work with patients and healthcare professionals in developing new wound care solutions and we develop products that simplify procedures, increase compliance and ensure consistency of care. We work together to achieve the same goal; accelerate healing, provide optimal comfort and simplify wound care.

Our products solutions support management of a broad range of low to highly exuding wounds, either non-infected wounds, infected wounds or painful wounds

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Non-Infected Wounds

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Infected wounds

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Painful Wounds

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  1. Grothier, L., (2013). Reflections on the implementation of a Web based non-prescription ordering system. Wounds UK 9(2):51-5
  2. Griffin, J., (2015) Driving efficiencies in the wound care expenditure through service redesign utilising an online non –prescription ordering service. Wounds UK 11(3):1-6
  3. Jones. L., Using an online non-prescription ordering service to drive efficiency and reduce unwarranted variation in wound care product use and spend. JCN 2020, Vol 34, N0.1
  4. Young, J., McGrath, AA., Milne, J.(2018). Case study report of the effective use of a conforming foam dressing with 3DFit Technology on wounds up to 2cms in depth without the need for a filler dressing. Wounds UK Harrogate
  5. Markey, P., Barrett, S., (2017) The benefits of using an online ordering service to improve efficiency in wound care services. Br J Healthcare Manage 23(11): 1-7
  6. Mouës, CM et al. Five Millenia of Wound Care Products – What is new? A Literature review. Ostomy Wound Management 2009 Mar;55(3):16-22
  7. Sibbald, RG et al. Preparing the Wound Bed – Debridement, Bacterial Balance, and Moisture Balance. Ostomy Wound Management 2000;46(11):14-35
  8. Adderley,UJ. Managing wound exudate and promoting healing. British Journal of Community Nursing 2010 Mar;15(3):S15-20
  9. Wilson, P., Strapp, H., Concannon, F., Skerritt, L., Nash Greally, K., Warwick, K., Markey, P., Bianchi, J. A case series to consider the clinical effectiveness, patient satisfaction and potential health economic benefits of a silicone foam with 3DFit Technology in the management of wounds. Wounds UK, Vol 15, No.3, 2019. 
  10. McDonald, A., Transforming Care, Transforming Lives with new technology. EWMA 2020 poster presentation 
  11. McDonald, M., Bailey, R., Birth, E., Improving wound care services through a shared care pathway. JCN 2020, Vol 34, No.5