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Vancive Medical Technologies has announced it will offer six advanced wound care materials for private labelling by medical device original equipment manufacturers (OEM).
The announcement was made as Vancive prepared to join thousands of wound care professionals and suppliers at Symposium on Advanced Wound Care (SAWC) and the European Wound Management Association (EWMA) annual conference.
Senior director of global marketing at Vancive Medical Technologies Deepak Prakash said: “We will be available to discuss how our advanced wound care materials can help OEMs to broaden their own ranges.
“We also welcome opportunities to meet with global distributors and discuss how we can partner with them to deliver innovative wound care technologies that can benefit healthcare practitioners and patients.”
At SAWC and EWMA, Vancive focused on highlighting:
- Silicone wound contact layer: This is a low-adherent, non-irritating, porous, nonwoven fabric coated with a soft silicone adhesive that can remain on a wound for several days
- Thin absorbent wound dressing: Featuring Thin Absorbent Skin Adhesive™ (TASA™) technology, this dressing material is conformable, exceptionally thin (0.12mm) and absorbent, indicated for lightly-to-moderately exudating wounds. It also is transparent, allowing for wound site visibility and fewer dressing changes
- Odour-absorbing hydrocolloid: Made with a next-generation adhesive formulation, this hydrocolloid remains intact on the wound, aiding in removal. With odour-control delivered through cyclodextrins, this hydrocolloid is available in standard and bordered options as well as square and sacral sizes
- Superabsorbent dressing: With a superabsorbent polymer core, this dressing is designed to handle moderate to heavy wound exudate. It may remain on a wound for extended periods (up to seven days).This product is also available with a perforated soft silicone adhesive border that adheres well to the skin but releases gently
- Silicone adhesive coated polyurethane foam: This multi-layered adherent silicone foam dressing is available for use in flat foam dressings or bordered dressings for management of moderate to heavily exudating wounds. Its polyurethane top layer, which can be printed with OEM branding, acts as a bacteria barrier while allowing moisture vapour transfer
- Barrier film spray and swab: This barrier film is applied on the skin and then dries quickly to form a breathable coating. It is designed to protect intact or damaged skin from bodily fluids, tape trauma and friction
About Finesse Medical
Finesse Medical is now a part of Vancive Medical Technologies, an Avery Dennison business. Finesse Medical is a manufacturer of private label medical devices used in wound and skincare, and is a key supplier to global medical device OEMs. The company also provides contract manufacturing services, including tube filling, bottle filling, RF welding, die cutting, island placement, packaging and sterilisation. Manufacturing is carried out in its ISO 13485 accredited, class 8 cleanroom facility located in Longford, Ireland.
About Avery Dennison
Avery Dennison is a global materials science company specialising in the design and manufacture of a wide variety of labelling and functional materials. The company’s products are used in nearly every major industry, and include pressure-sensitive materials for labels and graphic applications; tapes and other bonding solutions for industrial, medical, and retail applications; tags, labels, and embellishments for apparel; and radio frequency identification (RFID) solutions serving retail apparel and other markets.
Headquartered in Glendale, California, the company employs approximately 30,000 employees in more than 50 countries. Reported sales in 2017 were $6.6bn.
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