Purify range

  • Antibacterial efficacy
  • Pain-free and atraumatic dressing changes
  • Wide range of dressings

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Preparation of the wound bed is necessary to promote healing. The silver ion has a broad spectrum antimicrobial activity with a mode of action which minimises the risk of resistance. In this context, Urgo has developed a wide range of silver dressings to manage wounds at risk of infection, clean the wound bed and ensure that healing progresses without the risk of infection from pathogens. 

Mode of action

When in contact with wound exudate, TLC-Ag (Technology Lipido-Colloid with silver) dressings gel, creating a moist environment. This promotes the healing process and ensures non-adherence and pain-free dressing change. The silver salt is broken down in contact with wound exudate, and the TLC Ag acts as a reservoir which continuously releases a bactericidal concentration of silver ions whilst in contact with the wound.

TLC Ag Technology


Wounds at risk of infection: chronic wounds (pressure ulcers and leg ulcers) and acute wounds (partial-thickness burns, dermabrasions, traumatic wounds, surgical wounds, etc).



Do not use when there is a known sensitivity to silver.

Do not use on patients undergoing Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) examination.

Key benefits

  • Broad spectrum antibacterial efficacy, including MRSA, when in contact with the wound bed
  • 99.9% removal of biofilm after 24 hours (Pseudomonas Aeruginosa, Staphylococcus Aureus)
  • Pain-free dressing change



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Clinical evidence

UrgoReviewTC23Feb_Web UrgoReviewTC23Feb_Web
Supporting evidence-based practice: a clinical review of TLC technology Efficacy of a silver lipidocolloid dressing on heavily colonised wounds: a republished RCT Evaluation of a new silver foam dressing in patients with critically colonised venous leg ulcers
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Last update : June 9, 2015