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Cardinal Health TD-28 - DRESSING TRANSPARENT FILM, 8BX/CS
Transparent Dressings-Standard Window In Style
Our Transparent Dressings help protect the wound surface or can be used to secure catheters and IVsproviding the protection you need with the simplicity you deserve. Made of water-resistant material, but designed to conform and flex with patient movements.
May be used for wound care applications, securing objects to the skin and as a secondary dressing. The moisture vapor permeability allows excess moisture to vent, while maintaining a moist wound environment conducive to healing.
- Surgical incisions.
- Skin grafts and donor sites.
- Stage I and II pressure ulcers.
- Post tattoo application and removal.
- Catheter sites.
- Superficial wounds such as abrasions and skin ulcers.
- IV sites.
- Minor burns.
- Innovative, advanced design helping you provide efficient, quality patient care
- Moisture vapor permeability allows excess moisture out while maintaining a moist wound environment conducive to healing.
- Flexible film conforms to the body and flexes with the skin.
- Not made with natural rubber latex.
Engineered with features that help ensure ease of use and enhance patient comfort
- Thumb tab provides for an easy application.
- Transparency allows observation without removing the dressing.
- Water-resistant allows for patient bathing without dressing change.
High level of adhesion, resulting in fewer dressing changes.
- Advanced securement with notches, tape and border, reducing tension on stitches and wounds.
- Acrylic adhesive ensures securement.
- Helps prevent edges from rolling.
- 1. Choose the appropriate dressing according to wound size. Prepare the site according to institutions protocol. Open package and remove sterile dressing.
- Peel release liner from dressing exposing the adhesive surface.
- Press dressing into place.
- Slowly remove the paper frame, using pressure to smooth down the dressing edges.
- For dressings supplied with a label, record information and then place it on or near the dressing. Stabilize extensions according to institutions protocol.
- Gently grasp an edge and slowly peel the dressing in the direction of hair growth. To aid in lifting the dressing edge, secure a piece of medical tape to one corner and rub firmly. Use the tape as a tab to help slowly peel back the dressing.
- For removal from IV sites or other devices, grasp one edge of the dressing and gently pull straight out to stretch and release adhesion. Care should be taken not to dislodge catheters or other devices or to disrupt wound surface during removal.
- Avoid skin trauma by peeling the dressing back, rather than pulling it up from the skin. Support the skin and the catheter while removing the dressing.
- To aid in lifting the dressing edge, secure a piece of medical tape to one corner and rub firmly. Use the tape as a tab to help slowly peel back the dressing. Proceed with step one to remove the remainder of the dressing.