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Iodosorb® (5809)

Iodosorb® (5809) - Clinical Hub, Patient Education, Health and Nutrition Facts For You, Burn

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Iodosorb®

Iodosorb® absorbs wound drainage and
decreases the bacteria in the wound.

Iodosorb® comes as a gel or pad (Iodoflex®).

Wound Care Instructions:
Wash wound with soap and water.
Rinse well.
Pat dry.
Apply 1/8” Iodosorb® gel or
Iodoflex® pad onto the wound bed.
Cover the wound with dry gauze.

Change the dressing and gel or pad every 3
days or when the gel turns from
brownish/orange to yellow/gray.

Signs and Symptoms of Infection:
Please call the Burn and Wound Clinic if
you have any of these signs or symptoms:

ξ Increased redness (over 1 inch in width)
and swelling.
ξ Foul smelling drainage or pus from the
skin graft.
ξ Flu-like symptoms (fever, chills, nausea
or vomiting, muscle aches).
ξ Increased pain.

For questions or concerns at
(608) 263-7502.

For questions Monday – Friday 8 AM – 5
PM Please call the General Surgery and
Burn Clinic at (608)263-7502.

If you have urgent questions or needs after
hours or on weekends, call the Burn Unit
Nurses at (608) 263-1490 or call
(608) 262-2122 and ask to have the Burn
resident paged.

If you have non urgent questions or needs
after hours or on weekends, please leave a
message for the General Surgery triage
nurse at (608) 890-9542.

If you live out of the area, call
1-800-323-8942.











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