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  • 3M™ Tegaderm™ Transparent Film Dressing Frame Style 1629, 20x30 cm, 10 EA/box, 8 boxes/case.
  • 3M™ Tegaderm™ Transparent Film Dressing Frame Style 1629, 20x30 cm, 10 EA/box, 8 boxes/case.

    • The hydrophilic nature of Tegaderm™ HP (holding power) Film adhesive on the sacral shaped dressing makes it more adherent in moist conditions
    • Made with a hypoallergenic, latex-free adhesive that is gentle to the skin yet holds catheters and other devices in place.
    • Conformable: dressing flexes with skin for greater patient comfort.
    • Transparent dressing allows for continuous visibility to the I.V. insertion site or wound
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    • The hydrophilic nature of Tegaderm™ HP (holding power) Film adhesive on the sacral shaped dressing makes it more adherent in moist conditions
    • Made with a hypoallergenic, latex-free adhesive that is gentle to the skin yet holds catheters and other devices in place.
    • Conformable: dressing flexes with skin for greater patient comfort.
    • Transparent dressing allows for continuous visibility to the I.V. insertion site or wound
    • may be worn up to 7 days
    • Radiologically transparent. Tegaderm products can be safely left on patient’s skin during radiotherapy treatments. Dressing does not act as bolus material, with or without 3M™ Cavilon™ No Sting Barrier Film (CNSBF).
    • Can be used to maintain a moist wound environment to facilitate autolytic debridement
    • Helps to prevent skin breakdown caused by friction.

    Tegaderm™ Transparent Film Dressing Frame Style,8" x 12",20cm x 30cm,1 Each,10 Each/Box,8 Box/Case

    Tegaderm™ Transparent Film Dressings can be used to protect I.V. catheter sites and wounds, to secure devices to the skin and to maintain a moist environment for wound healing. They are breathable, waterproof and act as a barrier to protect against extern

    Suggested Applications

    • Catheter sites and wounds
    • Primarily closed clean surgical wounds
    • Skin graft donor sites
    • First and second degree burns
    • Minor abrasion and superficial decubitus ulcer
    • To facilitate autolytic debridement through a moist wound healing environment
    • Autolytic debridement facilitated by the moist wound healing environment
    • Protective eyelid coverings
    • Post tattoo application and removal