Dermafill Microbial Cellulose Wound Dressing
What Others Are Saying...

"Having used Dermafill now for several years, our wound center has found the dressing to be very versatile, saves countless hours of nursing time, and is cost effective; Dermafill has been effectively placed over wounds colonized with MRSA and VRE, chronic and acute wounds, and second degree burns. The dressing suually requires only a single application, patients note instantaneous pain relief, and the haemostatic properties are exceptional."

Lamar Brand MD

~ Lamar Brand, MD
Medical Director Center for Wound Care

General Product Info

What is Dermafill and how does it work?

How supplied

DermafillMembranes are individually packaged in sterile envelopes and shipped in boxes of 12 envelopes. Membranes come in three sizes: 3" x 4", 4" x 6" and 6" x 8". These can be overlapped as needed to cover large wounds.

CSDF0304: 3" x 4" box of 12

CSDF0304: 4" x 6" box of 12

CSDF0304: 6" x 8" box of 12

CSDFM642: 3" x 4" (qty 6), 4" x 6" (qty 4)
and 6" x 8" (qty 2) - COMING SOON!

Indications and Usage

    Dermafill is recommended for use as a temporary covering/dressing for the treatment of wounds including:
  • Pressure sores/skin tears
  • Venous stasis, arterial, ischemic and diabetic wounds
  • Second degree burns
  • Skin graft donor sites
  • Traumatic abrasions and lacerations
  • Biopsy dressing

At a Glance

  • Versatile, ideal for skin tears, abrasions, pressure, diabetic, burns, venous and arterial wounds, and post op., donor, and biopsy sites
  • Save time and labor costs - costs less than other dressings
  • Latex free & hypoallergenic
  • Clear, allowing for easy monitoring between dressing changes
  • Mimics the body’s own collagen - physiologic
  • Instant pain relief reported
  • Less frequent dressing changes reduces opportunities for nosocomial infections
  • Excellent haemostatic properties
  • Improved outcomes


  • Not for use for third-degree burns
  • Not for use on actively infected wounds unless infection is actively being treated and followed by medical personnel

Further Information

    Slight discoloration of dressing to yellowish-white may occur and does not affect the quality of the product. Sterility is maintained unless the individual envelope is opened or damaged if package integrity is compromised discard membrane – do not use. Once opened, excess membrane not used at time of application should be discarded. Do not use membranes between patients or store unused membranes once envelopes are opened. Dermafill should be removed and physician notified if signs or symptoms of infection become present or any adverse reactions are observed.

Dermafill is to kept be at room temperature and kept dry.

Benefits to Doctors & Nurses

  • Cost and labor savings
  • Extremely versatile
  • Hypoallergenic & latex free
  • Allows observation of healing process
  • Ideal for skin tears and abrasions

Great for Patients

  • Natural microbial cellulose mimics the body's own collagen
  • Decreases chances of infection
  • Instant pain relief reported
  • Scar free healing in many cases
  • Can bathe with dressing in place