3M Tegaderm Transparent Film Dressing Frame First Aid Style 2.375″ x 2.75″ 9505W 20/Box

3M Tegaderm Transparent Film Dressing Frame First Aid Style 2.375″ x 2.75″ 9505W 20/Box

$12.09

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 external contaminants including bacteria, viruses, blood, and bodily fluids.

  • It provides a waterproof, sterile barrier to external contaminants including liquids, bacteria, and viruses.
  • Transparent dressing allows for continuous visibility to the I.V. insertion site.
  • The adhesive is gentle on the skin.
  • Dressing flexes with skin for greater patient comfort.
  • Picture-frame delivery makes accurate placement easy.

Tegaderm Transparent Film Dressings to protect catheter sites and wounds
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 external contaminants including bacteria, viruses, blood, and bodily fluids.

Suggested Applications:

  • To cover and protect I.V. catheter sites
  • Acute and chronic wounds
  • Skin protection
  • Feeding tubes
  • Superficial partial-thickness burns
  • Stage I or II pressure ulcers
  • Autolytic debridement facilitated by the moist wound healing environment
  • Protective eyelid coverings
  • Post tattoo application and removal

Case Per Unit:

  • 20EA/BX
  • 10BX/CASE
  • 200/CASE

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Additional Information

Dimensions 6.8 × 4.6 × 5.2 in

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