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3M™ Tegaderm™ HP (Holding Power) Transparent Film Dressing Frame Style 9534HP

3M ID  70200749664    UPC#  50707387256246    CAT#  9534HP     
TegadermHP Transp DresPicFrm9534
TegadermHP Transp DresPicFrm9534
2-3/8 inch x 2-3/4 inch (6cm x 7cm) HP (Holding Power) Transparent Film Dressing Frame Style

Benefits

  • The hydrophilic nature of Tegaderm™HP (holding power) Film adhesive on the sacral shaped dressing makes it more adherent in moist conditions.
  • Tegaderm™Film, with the "frame" delivery system, allows maximum versatility as it can be cut to any shape and size.
  • Dressings conform to the body and flex with skin for greater patient comfort.
  • Transparent dressings allow easy monitoring of wounds without the need to remove the dressing.
 

Overview

Transparent film dressings designed for protecting skin and wound sites. Frame style allows customization of shape and size to fit any site. Unique sacral shape is designed for challenging and difficult-to-dress areas.

Specifications

BrandTegaderm
ColorTransparent
ConditionDressing and Device Securement, I.V. Related, Pressure Ulcer, Skin Care, Wound Care
DepartmentCardiovascular, Dialysis Center, Emergency, I.V. Therapy, Intensive Care Unit, Medical-Surgical, Oncology, Operating Room-Surgery, Pediatrics, Radiology, Urgent Care, Wound Care
Dressing and Device Securement Condition TypeAdhesive Trauma, Skin Injuries-Mechanical, Tube & Device Securement-Lightweight Tubes & Devices
Dressing TypeFilm Dressing
IV Related Condition TypeArterial Catheter, CVC Dialysis, CVC Implanted Port, CVC PICC, CVC Short-Term, CVC Tunneled, Epidural Catheter, PIV
LatexNo
Length2.75 Inch
Length (Metric)7 cm
NHS eClass CodeELW
Pressure Ulcer Condition TypePrevention, Stage 1, Stage 2, Suspected Deep Tissue Injury
Product TypeStandard Dressing
Skin Care Condition TypeTrauma from Tapes and Dressings
Width2.375 Inch
Width (Metric)6 cm
Wound Care Condition TypeAbrasions, Closed Intact Surgical Wound, Donor Sites, Friction, Lacerations, Superficial Partial Thickness Burns

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