The TIELLE® Family has a unique design compared to ordinary foams:
- It contains LiquaLock® technology, which cleverly retains exudate while also letting moisture vapour pass through the dressing, helping to provide an optimal moist wound healing environment.
- Managing exudate better helps wounds heal faster and increases patient comfort. For instance, in a clinical evaluation of 6,993 patients TIELLE® dressings were proven to be clinically efficacious in all wound types studied, with 95% healing or improvement after 4 weeks of treatment, and to improve the patients’ quality of life1
- The TIELLE® Family comes in a wide range of sizes, shapes and absorbencies, allowing you to find a dressing that suits your patients’ needs
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- TIELLE® Comfort Plus, Now up to 41% more absorbent*
- TIELLE® Comfort Plus with increased absorbency compared to Allevyn
- TIELLE® Plus-Superior-Fluid-Handling
* For TIELLE®.
TIELLE® Plus up to 15%, TIELLE® Xtra up to 35%, TIELLE® Lite up to 15%,
TIELLE® Packing up to 38%. Results may vary. Data on file.
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TIELLE® Family references
1. Evaluation of TIELLE® hydropolymer dressings in the management of chronic exudating wounds in primary care. Diehm C., Lawall, H. Int. Wound J. 2005, 2(1):26-35.
2. A non-comparative multicentre clinical evaluation of a new hydropolymer adhesive dressing. Taylor, A., Lane, C., Walsh, J., Whittaker, S., Ballard, K., Young, S.R. J Wound Care 1999, 8(10):489-492.
3. Hydropolymer dressings in the management of wound exudate. Carter, K. Br. J. Comm. Nursing 2003, 8(9) Suppl: 10-16.
4. The Evaluation of Fluid Retention in Foam Dressings, Foster S. and Mistry, P., Wounds UK 2010.
5. Clinical evaluation of TIELLE® Plus dressing in the management of exudating chronic wounds. Schulze, H.J. Br. J. Comm. Nursing 2003, 8(11):18-22.
6. Boothman S. et al, Bacterial Barrier characteristics of TIELLE® to the proposed CEN Test Method, Poster 2002.
7. An evaluation of wound dressings to manage wound exudate and conform to the wound bed, Cullen B. et al, poster SAWC 2010.