Specially formulated and designed to treat the nasal cavity
3M Skin and Nasal Antiseptic reduces bacterial counts in the nares, including Staphylococcus aureus by 99.5%, in just one hour. It’s a quick, simple and effective way
to take control of your protocols and address another variable in your fight against SSIs. View safety and efficacy information. (PDF 1.22MB) Watch application video (4:38)
Single-use approach to reducing HAI risk
Help reduce a significant source of antibiotic-resistant pathogens with single-use leadwires and electrodes from 3M. Disposable ECG leads help you minimize cross contamination risks, standardize your inventory, and simplify the patient transfer process. Read more about our cable & leadwire solutions.
Having troubles clipping difficult areas?
has unique blades that provide maximum contact with the skin at all times. The blade design removes all types of hair (coarse or fine, wet or dry) and easily accommodates flat and angled clipping styles.
3M™ Bair Hugger™ Therapy
Our proven, preferred and convenient convective warming products are available in 25 blanket styles to accommodate all your warming needs.
The gold standard in comfort & clinical warming
Since we introduced forced-air warming (FAW) technology 25 years ago, it has safely and effectively maintained normothermia in 150+ million patients. 3M Patient Warming offers convenient and cost-effective warming solutions for virtually any surgery with 25 models of 3M™ Bair Hugger™ therapy blankets and multiple 3M™ Bair Paws™ gown configurations.
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— Barie PS. Surgical site infections: epidemiology and prevention. Surgical Infections 2002; 3:S9-S21.