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3M™ Tegaderm™ Transparent Film Dressing First Aid Style 1621

3M ID  70200744855    UPC#  30707387066230    CAT#  1621     
CMYK: Tegaderm Transparent Dressing, First Aid Style 1620, 1621
CMYK: Tegaderm Transparent Dressing, First Aid Style 1620, 1621
4 inch x 4-3/4 inch (10cm x 12cm) Transparent Film Dressing First Aid Style
  • Intuitive first-aid style delivery
  • Stable, bordered edge makes dressing easy to apply without wrinkles
  • Built-in documentation label saves time
  • Visible centering line on the film facilitates accurate placement
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Transparent film dressings designed for protecting skin and wound sites. Designed for each application and documentation.
  • Clean, closed surgical incisions
  • Abrasions, skin tears, blisters
  • Skin graft donor sites
  • Superficial partial thickness burns
  • Stage I or II pressure ulcers
  • Autolytic debridement facilitated by the moist wound healing environment
  • Protective eye coverings
  • Post tattoo application and removal


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
Length4.75 Inch
Length (Metric)12 cm
National Stock Number6510013030470
Pressure Ulcer Condition TypePrevention, Stage 1, Stage 2, Suspected Deep Tissue Injury
Product TypeStandard Dressing
Skin Care Condition TypeTrauma from Tapes and Dressings
Width4 Inch
Width (Metric)10 cm
Wound Care Condition TypeAbrasions, Closed Intact Surgical Wound, Donor Sites, Friction, Lacerations, Superficial Partial Thickness Burns