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3M™ Tegaderm™ Absorbent Clear Acrylic Dressing, Sacral Design 90807

Catalog Number 908073M ID 70200738014
  • Easy monitoring of the wound, exudates and periwound skin
  • May eliminate unnecessary dressing changes
  • Barrier to outside contaminants such as fluid, bacteria and viruses{1}
  • Eliminates hydrocolloid-related odor
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Specifications
Attribute Name
Value
Condition
Pressure Ulcer, Wound Care
Department
Emergency, Intensive Care Unit, Medical-Surgical, Operating Room-Surgery, Urgent Care, Wound Care
Dressing Type
Acrylic Dressing
Hypoallergenic
Yes
Latex
No
Product Type
Acrylic Dressing
Details
  • Easy monitoring of the wound, exudates and periwound skin
  • May eliminate unnecessary dressing changes
  • Barrier to outside contaminants such as fluid, bacteria and viruses{1}
  • Eliminates hydrocolloid-related odor
  • No dressing breakdown in the wound
  • Protects the wound - The transparent dressing provides a barrier to external contaminants, body fluids, bacteria and viruses.* *In vitro testing shows that the transparent film provides a viral barrier from viruses 27nm in diameter or larger while the dressings remain intact without leakage
  • Barrier to external contaminants, body fluids, bacteria and viruses.* *In vitro testing shows that the transparent film provides a viral barrier from viruses 27nm in diameter or larger while the dressings remain intact without leakage

6.625 inch x 7.5 inch (16,8cm x 19cm), 20 sq inch (50 sq cm), Absorbent Clear Acrylic Dressing, Sacral Design, New Technology, Pad size 4.625 inch x 5.625 inch (11,75cm x 14,3cm)

Enables clinicians to monitor pressure ulcers, skin tears and other moderately exuding wounds without changing the dressing.

Suggested Applications

  • Partial and full thickness dermal ulcers
  • Skin tears
  • Pressure ulcers
  • Superficial wounds and abrasions
  • Superficial partial-thickness burns
  • Donor sites
  • Clean, closed approximated surgical incisions or laparoscopic incisions