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TRIACT Technology
Advanced Wound Care Technology...Effective, Comfortable, Versatile
TRIACT Technology is an advanced, patented formulation used in select Restore wound care products for the treatment of both chronic and acute wounds.
  • 100% non-occlusive, fine polyester mesh helps avoid maceration and allows exudate to pass through into outer absorbent layers without sticking
  • Petrolatum-based formula promotes non-adherence, and helps prevent disruption of the healing process during dressing removal
  • Dressings do not adhere to wounds which minimizes pain at dressing changes
  • In a comprehensive survey, 95% of patients with acute wounds reported our contact layer dressings with TRIACT Technology were less painful than other dressings1
  • Flexible filaments allow the dressing to conform to a variety of wound types and body contours
  • Dressings with TRIACT Technology are non-greasy and easy to apply and remove
  • TRIACT Technology is available as both Contact Layer and Foam dressing options.
1. Meaume S, Teot L, Lazareth I, Martini J, Bohbot S. The importance of pain reduction through dressing selection in routine wound management: the MAPP study. J Wound Care 2004;13:409-413.