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3M™ Steri-Strip™ Reinforced Adhesive Skin Closures, R1547, 1/2 in x 4 in (12 mm x 100 mm), 6 Strips/Envelope

Catalog Number R15473M ID 70200711144
  • Strength - Nonwoven rayon backed material reinforced with filaments for strength. (Reference on file)
  • Cost savings - A low cost alternative to sutures and tissue adhesives1
  • Easy on patients - Soft, nonwoven backing and breathable design.
  • Easy to apply – Fast application
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Specifications
Attribute Name
Value
Adhesive Type
Acrylate
Brand
Steri-Strip™
Cladimed Code
F52BC01
Color Family
White
Condition
Skin Closure, Wound Care
Latex
No
Market
Health Care, Homeland Security
National Stock Number
6510000547254
Overall Length (Imperial)
4 in
Overall Length (Metric)
101.6 mm
Overall Width (Imperial)
0.5 in
Overall Width (Metric)
12.7 mm
Product Color
White
Product Type
Skin Closures
Segment
Medical
Skin Closure Condition Type
Skin Laceration
Product Details
  • Strength - Nonwoven rayon backed material reinforced with filaments for strength. (Reference on file)
  • Cost savings - A low cost alternative to sutures and tissue adhesives1
  • Easy on patients - Soft, nonwoven backing and breathable design.
  • Easy to apply – Fast application

3M™ Steri Strip™ Reinforced Adhesive Skin Closures are the worldwide standard in adhesive skin closures, trusted for their convenience, simplicity and non invasive design.

3M™ Steri Strip™ Reinforced Adhesive Skin Closure is a sterile, breathable adhesive strip reinforced with polymer filaments, for strong, reliable closure of incisions and skin lacerations.

Suggested Applications

  • Known for their versatility, Steri-Strip Reinforced Skin Closures are used in the closure of lacerations, surgical incisions and following early suture/staple removal.
  • For use in: Emergency Department, Operating Room, clinics and physician's offices, and same day surgery centers
  • Reference:

    1. Zempsky WT, Zehrer CL, Lyle CT,Hedblom EC. Economic comparison of methods of woundclosure: Wound closure strips vs. sutures and woundadhesives. International wound journal. 2005;2:272-281