3M™ Dermatac™ Drape

3M ID 70001410623Catalog Number DTAC10LDP
  • Conforms easily to the dressing location and can be repositioned after initial placement
  • Saves time with quicker dressing changes compared to traditional 3M™ V.A.C. drapes1,2
  • Ensures the stability of the seal required for negative pressure
  • Increases efficiency with improved handleability; it easily detaches from gloves and itself
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Attribute Name
Value
Brand
Dermatac™
Pack Quantity
10/pk
Product Details
  • Conforms easily to the dressing location and can be repositioned after initial placement
  • Saves time with quicker dressing changes compared to traditional 3M™ V.A.C. drapes1,2
  • Ensures the stability of the seal required for negative pressure
  • Increases efficiency with improved handleability; it easily detaches from gloves and itself
  • It helps take the pain out of dressing changes
  • Helps provide protection for sensitive peri-wound
  • Acts as a barrier to protect against external contaminants3

The first hybrid 3M™ V.A.C.® Therapy drape to combine silicone and acrylic adhesives proven to improve handling, placement, and patient comfort while providing peri-wound support.

3M™ V.A.C. ® Therapy patients will feel more comfortable during their wound healing process. 3M™ Dermatac™ Drape utilizes a low-tack adhesive technology that supports reaches across the care team: from physician to nurse to patient.

The first hybrid drape to combine skin-friendly silicone with adhesive acrylic. A precise technology that allows it to be easily applied and repositioned during application without losing adhesion to maintain a strong seal, yet gentle enough to help minimize the pain of dressing removal.

Suggested Applications

  • 3M™ Dermatac™ Drape is an accessory to 3M™ V.A.C.® Therapy

    When used on open wounds, they are intended to create an environment that promotes wound healing by secondary or tertiary (delayed primary) intention by:

    • Preparing the wound bed for closure
    • Reducing edema
    • Promoting granulation tissue formation and perfusion
    • Removing exudate and infectious material

    Open wound types include:

    • Chronic
    • Acute
    • Traumatic
    • Subacute and dehisced wounds
    • Partial-thickness burns
    • Ulcers (such as diabetic, pressure or venous insufficiency)
    • Flaps
    • Graft

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References

1KCI. Summative User Interface Evaluation Report. March 20, 2018.0000046678.REF-01643.
2ICG. Dermatac Opportunity Assessment: Qualitative & Quantitative Market Research Final Report. October 8, 2015.REF-01638.
3KCI. Dermatac™ PU Layer as a Bacterial Barrier. June 7, 2016.0000043077.REF-01641