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TIELLE XtraFluid retention
All TIELLE Family dressings contain LiquaLock Technology to enable them to retain significantly more fluid than market leading competitor dressings1.

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Superior absorption and expansion

TIELLE Family offers optimal exudate management minimising the risk
of maceration through their:

  • Superior absorbency3-6
  • Ability to expand and conform to the wound bed3,4,6
  • The superabsorbent layer in TIELLE Plus and TIELLE Xtra can absorb up to 30x its own weight in fluid4.

Moisture vapour transmission

The moisture permeable polyurethane backing facilitates moisture vapour transfer while at the same time protecting against external contamination3,8,9


The unique adhesive allows12:

  • Repositioning as needed on initial application
  • Dressing flexibility to conform to difficult to dress areas

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*Pressure equivalent to that of compression bandages (40mmHg).

1. Foster, S. and Mistry, P. Evaluation of the liquid retention capabilities of foam dressings. Wounds UK 2010.

2. Foster, S. and Mistry, P. Evaluating The Performance of Foam Dressings When Used in Combination With Compression Therapy. WIC 2010.

3. Mellor J. and Boothman S. TIELLE hydropolymer dressings: wound responsive technology, The Exudate Supplement Part two P14-17. Br J Nurs Vol 12 No 20 & Br J, Community Nurs Vol 8 No.11.

4. Turton, K. et al. Evaluation Of The Fluid Handling Properties Of Hydropolymer Foam Dressings For Managing Wound Exudate. Wounds UK 2011.

5. Schulze, H.J. Clinical evaluation of TIELLE Plus dressing in the management of exudating chronic wounds. Br. J. Comm. Nursing 2003, 8(11):18-22.

6. Carter, K. Hydropolymer dressings in the management of wound exudate. Br. J. Comm. Nursing 2003, 8(9) Suppl: 10-16.

7. Data on file

8. Boothman S. et al. Testing of the Bacterial Barrier Properties of TIELLE Dressings Using a Modifi ed Version of the Draft CEN Test Method (prEN 13726-5). Poster 2001.

9. Diehm C. and Lawall, H. Evaluation of TIELLE hydropolymer dressings in the management of chronic exudating wounds in primary care. Int. Wound J. 2005, 2(1):26-35.

10. Aickin, S. And DelBono, M. Evaluation of High Breathability Foam Dressings to prevent Strikethrough of Fluid. Poster, Wounds UK 2008.

11. Aickin, S. et al. Evaluating Current in-vitro Assays for Assessing Fluid Handling Properties of Dressings and their Clinical Relevance, Poster 2010.

12. Ballard, K. Clinical and scientifi c data of a hydropolymer range of dressings. J Nursing 2002; 11(20).

13. Peach, V. Evaluating adhesive foam wound care dressings in clinical practice. Wounds UK 2011.

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