Cutimed® Sorbion® Sachet EXTRA
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A Hydration Response Technology dressing which due to its design can actively absorb and bind large quantities of fluid even under compression. Detrimental agents which can be damaging to the wound bed are also locked away.

Demonstrating significantly superior absorbency performance compared to other dressings tested, Cutimed Sorbion Sachet EXTRA helps to offer a highly cost efficient solution for moderate to highly exuding wounds[Technical report, 2014]. It is hypoallergenic containing no sensitising ingredients, glues or adhesives.

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  • Venous / mixed aetiology leg ulcers
  • Pressure ulcers
  • Diabetic foot ulcers
  • Dehisced wounds
  • Drainage wounds
  • Discharging laparotomy wounds healing by secondary intention
  • Secreting wounds
  • Purulent fistulas to the skin

Hydration Response Technology dressing with ultrasonically sealed polypropylene fleece

  • Can be used as a primary dressing suitable for all moderate to highly exuding wounds
  • Offers soft debridement, easily removing slough from wounds
  • Hypoallergenic

Contains gel forming polymers to absorb and bind exudate and detrimental agents (e.g. mmps, bacteria etc)

  • Can be used under compression bandages and is suitable for diabetic and lymphoedema patients
  • Protects peri-wound skin by helping to prevent maceration and excoriation
  • Reduces bacterial load on the wound bed by drawing and binding free floating bacteria e.g. MRSA
  • Helps to manage odour due to reduction of bacterial burden
  • May remain in place for up to 4 days

sorbion sachet XL has been anatomically shaped to treat difficult to dress wounds with moderate to high exudate levels. The shape and size of sorbion sachet XL has been specially designed to treat moderate to highly exuding difficult-to-dress wounds on the following anatomical sites:

  • Lower leg (e.g. venous leg ulcers, mixed aetiology leg ulcers, lymphoedema
  • Lower part of the abdomen (for abdominal dehiscence)
  • Axillary region (invasive metastasis, abscess incisions)
  • Thigh (split thickness skin graft donor sites, burns, trauma)
  • Thorax (mammory carcinoma, drainage, burns)
  • Sacral region – pressure ulcers
CodeSizePack QtyPIP CodeNHS SC Code
73234-005cm x 5cm1 x 5379-5846EJE153
73234-017.5cm x 7.5cm1 x 5372-2212EME106
73234-0210cm x 10cm1 x 5372-2220EME107
73234-0320cm x 10cm1 x 5372-2238EME108
73234-0420cm x 20cm1 x 5372-2246EME110
73234-0530cm x 20cm1 x 5372-2253EME112
73240-0145cm x 25cm1 x 5388-3402EME105