MDS Protocol for Sacral Pressure Wound Healing
Applying Miracle Dressing Wound Care System (MDS)
Miracle Dressing is an FDA Class I medical device which has been shown to help prevent pressure injuries and heal stage 1 and stage 2 pressure wounds. It is designed to stay in place for about three weeks and then fall off on its own. Miracle Dressing should not be removed prematurely.
Miracle Dressing Wound Care System Kit Includes
- Miracle Dressing (MD) in pre-cut strips. With water contact, the pore design allows cleaning of the wound including the removal of blood and exudate.
- Humectant: Miracle of the Sea Aloe® Vera Gel with Natural Marine Extract
- Cotton tipped swabs
These are all single use kits.
- Clean the wound and surrounding skin with hydrogen peroxide or soap and water followed by rinsing with water.
- Blot dry.
- Apply agglutinant around the wound for a distance of at least 1” making sure to extend beyond the edges of where the Miracle Dressing will be placed.
ALLOW TO DRY FOR 2 MINUTES.
- Cut the Miracle Dressing to fit over the skin with agglutinant.
- Pull on the small tab on the upper right corner of the MD paper backing to easily remove each Miracle Dressing strip from the backing before placing on skin. If there is no longer a tab, remove Miracle Dressing (MD) from its backing by attaching a piece of Scotch Tape (or other tape) onto the corner skin-colored MD and lifting away from the backing.
- Prior to placing Miracle Dressing, stretch the involved area of skin to its maximum. Place the first Miracle Dressing strip over the wound and at least 1/2″ beyond.
- Clean any excess peripheral agglutinant with alcohol on a gauze pad.
- Pat down all the edges of the dressing
- At least once or twice a day, immerse the Miracle Dressing with water (shower, saturated gauze or wash cloth compresses). Blot the Miracle Dressing dry after water immersion and then: Apply the enclosed Miracle of The Sea Aloe Vera Gel with Natural Marine Extract – or your favorite humectant - after every water immersion or at least twice a day.Using one of the enclosed cotton tipped swabs, spread a small amount of Aloe Vera Gel / humectant onto the Miracle Dressing and allow it to be absorbed into the wound and the surrounding skin through the Miracle Dressing.
- A damp absorbent pad or gauze can be placed over the Miracle Dressing to collect excessive oozing. The drying action of this gauze will pull excess exudate away from the wound. If the wound is only oozing slightly, apply dry gauze only when needed to protect clothing or bedsheets.
- If you are also applying an antibiotic ointment, use only after the Aloe Vera Gel / humectant. Please use this sparingly so as not to clog the Miracle Dressing’s pores. Use 1/8 of pea size – and only over the wound area.
- Do not remove Miracle Dressing unless there is severe pain, redness and swelling. If you feel you must remove, soak the Miracle Dressing with isopropyl alcohol. You don’t have to dose it, just pour it on. After it soaks for 5 minutes, remove it very slowly, starting from the edges, applying more isopropyl alcohol.
Unopened kits can be stored flat.
Keep in temperature less than 75°f.
Can also be refrigerated but it is not necessary.
Precautions / Allergens
Do not use around the eyes or lips. Avoid contact with eyes either directly or indirectly from fingers.
The safety of Miracle of the Sea Aloe Vera Gel with Natural Marine Extract has not been determined in patients with seafood allergies. Stop using if you experience an allergic reaction.
The stamp is applied with an FDA approved ink (American Marking 1250).
Miracle Dressing™ is a § 880.5240 medical device and an exempted class I device as defined in 21 CFR Parts 862-8928 and is manufactured in an FDA registered establishment in compliance therein.
Miracle Dressing™ is being protected by one or more pending or issued patents.
For information about applying MDS to joints, see this page.
For monitoring and measuring wound healing process with Miracle Dressing, see this page.
For more about Pressure Injury Prevention and Healing Stage 1 & 2 Pressure Wounds, see this page.
For protocols for other conditions, see this page.