- Clean the wound carefully and dry the surrounding skin thoroughly.
- Choose a Spycra Contact Two that covers the wound and the surrounding skin by at least 2 cm. In case of large wounds, it is preferable to get a larger protection of the surrounding skin.
- When you hold Spycra Contact Two, make sure the large protective foil is upwards; take off the protective foil. Moisten gloves to avoid adherence of Spycra Contact Two onto the gloves.
- Apply Spycra Contact Two on the wound and gently smooth and ensure a good seal
onto the surrounding skin.
- Remove the remaining protective foil. If necessary, Spycra Contact Two can be lifted and repositioned.
Where clinically indicated, treatments such as topical steroids, topical antimicrobials
or hydrogels can be applied above or under Spycra Contact Two.
- Apply a secondary absorbing dressing on top Spycra Contact Two.
- A large fixation dressing or bandage can be used to have an optimal fixation of the
secondary dressing. Can be used under compression bandages.
Frequency of change
Spycra Contact Two can be left in place up to 14 days or as long as the commonly used protocol proposes and depends on the condition of the wound (exsudate should pass freely through the dressing and the pores should not be blocked). If saturated, the outer secondary absorbent dressing should be changed.
For single use.
If the condition of the wound deteriorates unexpectedly, consult a healthcare professional for the appropriate medical treatment.
- The wound should be inspected for signs of infection according to
clinical practice. Consult a healthcare professional for the appropriate
- Spycra Contact Two may be used on Epidermolysis Bullosa patients (E.B.)
after consulting a qualified health care professional
- Spycra Contact Two used on partial thickness burns with high risk of rapid granulation:
avoid placing unnecessary pressure upon the dressing and lift or reposition
the dressing at least every second day.
- When Spycra Contact Two is used for the fixation of skin grafts and protection
of blisters, the dressing should not be changed before the¬ fifth day post application.
- when used on bleeding wounds or wounds with high viscosity exudate,
Spycra Contact Two should be covered with a moist absorbent dressing.
- Moist skin or heavy transpiration will diminish the adherence of Spycra Contact Two . Before applying the dressing, make sure the skin is completely dry.
Sterility is guaranteed unless inner package is damaged or opened prior to use. Do not re-sterilize
When re-using Spycra Contact Two, it is obvious that the wound contact layer isn’t sterile anymore and can contaminated. As a consequence, applying Spycra Contact Two on a wound increases the risk of wound infection. Usage is on own risk.
Spycra Contact Two is based on ‘ReSkin Silicone Skin Technology’ developed by Reskin Medical N.V.