10% Better Peak Pressure Redistribution1

Dermisplus Prevent is a range of pressure redistribution pads designed to help reduce the risk of pressure damage as part of a pressure ulcer prevention strategy. The products work by redistributing peak pressures and so reducing the risk of pressure related tissue damage. They are proven to provide 10% better peak pressure redistribution than a competitor product1.

Available as a pad, strip, heel or sacrum pad, they can be used anywhere on the body identified as being ‘at risk’ including pressure damage associated with medical devices.

How does Dermisplus Prevent Work?

Dermisplus Prevent redistributes peak pressures over a wider surface area so reducing the risk of pressure related tissue damage.

It can be used anywhere on the body which is identified as being ‘at risk’, especially where there are bony prominences for example, on heels, elbows and sacral areas but also under medical devices such as, medical tubing, mask straps and other equipment.

Dermisplus Prevent Offers a 10% Reduction in Peak Pressures

The results of comparative testing of Dermisplus Prevent sheets in comparison to Aderma dermal pads, found that Dermisplus Prevent offers on average a 10% better peak pressure redistribution – so providing more effective pressure redistribution and helping to protect your patients from pressure damage.

Ordering Information

CODE DESCRIPTION SIZE PACK SIZE NPC
8500007 Pad 10 x 10 x 0.3cm 1x 5 ELY718
8500003 Pad 10 x 10 x 1.2cm 1 x 5 ELY731
8500005 Pad 20 x 20 x 0.3cm 1 x 2 ELY720
8500009 Pad 20 x 20 x 1.2cm 1 x 2 ELY732
8500006 Strip 30 x 5 x 0.3cm 1 x 5 ELY722
8500001 Strip 50 x 2.5 x 0.3cm 1 x 5 ELY723
8500008 Sacrum 25 x 18.5 x 1cm 1 x 1 ELY724
8500002 Heel 14.5 x 9.5 x 4cm 1 x 2 ELY729
8500004 Large Heel 16.5 x 12 x 6.8cm 1 x 2 ELY730

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1. Data on File Report – Comparison report of Dermisplus & Aderma (Smith & Nephew Ltd), investigation of peak pressure reduction. D Taylor and L Webber. Dec 2016.