3M Tegaderm IV Transparent Film (1633IN)

By 3M INDIA LTD
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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.
Transparent dressing allows for continuous visibility to the I.V. insertion site. It is adhesive and is gentle on skin.Dressing flexes with skin for greater patient comfort.
1. Prepare the wound according to institution protocol. Allow all cleansing solutions and skin protectants to dry completely. 2. For Tegaderm dressing sizes in the original frame style, remove and discard the center cut-out piece. 3. Peel the printed liner from the dressing, exposing the adhesive surface. 4. View the site through the film and center the dressing over the wound.Do not stretch the dressing during application. 5. Slowly remove the paper frame from the dressing while smoothing down the dressing edges. Then smooth down the entire dressing, from the center out to the edges, using firm pressure to enhance adhesion. 6. Document dressing change information before removing the identification label from the frame. Apply the label to the edge of the dressing or directly on the skin.
1. Hemostasis of the wound must be achieved before applying the dressing. 2. Mechanical skin trauma may result if tension is applied to the dressing. 3. If the dressing adheres to the dry wound surface where epithelialization has taken place, it should be gently soaked off. 4. Occasional folliculitis under film dressings has been reported in dressing literature. 5. Mild acne promotion has been observed in testing on healthy volunteers.
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

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