Triad® Hydrophilic Wound Dressing

A Unique Approach to Wound Management

A sterile coating that can be applied anywhere, adheres to wet skin, and keeps the wound covered

Triad Hydrophilic Wound Dressing offers a unique approach to wound management and wound treatment. Triad is a sterile coating that can be applied directly onto the wound or peri-wound skin. It can be applied anywhere on the body and adheres to wet skin, while keeping the wound covered to facilitate healing and debridement. Triad stays in place when other solutions may not, so wounds have a better chance of healing and the total cost of care may be reduced.

A Unique Approach to Treating Wounds

On wet or irregular surfaces, wound dressings may not always stay in place. Frequent dressing replacements could lead to:

Avoidable Costs

Related to using extra dressings

Increased workload

for nurses replacing dressings

Delaying Wound Healing

impacting the total cost of care

Did You Know?

0%

of wound care nurses see difficult-to-dress wounds every day¹

The Impact of Difficult-to-Dress Wounds

Triad Hydrophilic Wound Dressing is a sterile coating that offers a unique approach to wound management.

Apply Anywhere
Triad is easy to apply, directly from the tube onto the wound or peri-wound skin, anywhere on the body.
Adheres to wet skin Triad adheres to wet or dry skin and consistently stays in place, even in the presence of incontinence or maceration.
Keeps the wound coveredTriad creates a moist wound environment that facilitates healing and autolytic debridement.

How Triad Works

  • Triad is designed to be applied directly from the tube onto the wound without the need for a secondary dressing.
  • Irregular surfaces could include the gluteal cleft, coccyx, perineum, buttocks, groin, face, hands, feet and other areas.
  • Triad is easy to apply, and can be used on the wound or peri-wound skin.
  • Triad is a sterile coating that can be used on broken skin.
  • CMC allows Triad to adhere to wet skin, keeping the wound covered and protected from incontinence.
  • Triad contains dimethicone to moisturize the skin and petrolatum and zinc oxide to reduce skin irritation.
  • Triad is easy to use on larger surfaces and can be used on the wound and peri-wound skin.
  • CMC allows Triad to adhere to macerated skin, keeping it covered and protected from wound exudate.
  • Triad contains dimethicone to moisturize the skin and petrolatum and zinc oxide to reduce skin irritation.
  • In one case, Triad resolved extensive peri-wound maceration within 48 hours2.
Day 1
Application
Day 2
  • Triad is hydrophilic, which means that natural moisture spreads evenly across the wound surface, maximizing contact and creating a moist environment.
  • A moist wound environment facilitates autolytic debridement, where the body’s own enzymes break down necrotic tissue.
  • CMC allows Triad to absorb low to moderate levels of wound exudate or broken-down tissue.
  • In one case, Triad debrided 100% thick black eschar within one week3.
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Triad Videos

Webinar: An Easy-to-Use solution for Difficult-to-Dress Wounds

Instructional Video: How Triad Works

Triad Resources

Ordering Information

Triad®
Code Size Units HCPCS
1964
2.5 oz. tube (71 g)
12
A6240
1967
6 oz. tube (170 g)
12
A6240
Sea-Clens®
Code Size Units HCPCS
1063
6 fl. oz. (178 mL)
12
A6260
1061
12 fl. oz.
(355 mL)
12
A6260
Triad is only sterile on first application.
  1. Online questionnaire conducted by Coloplast on 7/30/2019 with 395 healthcare professionals.
  2. Mullen et al., Management of wounds with various etiologies using a hydrophilic wound dressing, WOCN, 2013.
  3. Boyle et al., Using a hydrophilic wound dressing for autolytic debridement, SAWC, 2010.
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