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3M™ Tegaderm™ +Pad Transparent Dressing with Non-Adherent Pad


3M™ Tegaderm™ +Pad Transparent Dressing with Non-Adherent Pad
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This composite dressing is a sterile, waterproof bacterial barrier which consists of a non-adherent absorbent pad bonded to a larger thin film transparent dressing.

Tegaderm +Pad transparent dressings, with the unique "picture frame" delivery system, make it quick and easy to achieve a precise, secure placement of the dressing every time.


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Product Catalogue images  3587  3M™ Tegaderm™ +Pad Film Dressing with Non-Adherent Pad 3587 Dressing size 3-1/2 inch x 4-1/8 inch (9cm x 10,5cm) +Pad Film Dressing with Non-Adherent Pad, oval, Pad size 1-3/4 inch x 2-3/8 inch (4.5 cm x 6 cm) 
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   3M™ Transparent Dressing with Pad 9x10cm 4 boxes per case 
   3M™ Transparent Dressing with Pad 9x15 cm 4 boxes per case 
   3M™ Transparent Dressing with Pad 9x25 cm 4 boxes per case 
Benefits

  • Convenient, all-in-one sterile dressing reduces application time.
  • Waterproof bacterial barrier which allows patients to shower and protects the site from outside contaminants.
  • Breathable film allows skin to function normally with good exchange of moisture vapor and oxygen.
  • Provides moist wound environment to enhance healing and lessen pain.
  • Unique, non-adherent pad won't stick to the wound, allowing normal wound healing processes to occur with less pain and trauma.
  • Conformable dressing is easier to apply, and stretches with the skin to promote longer wear time.

  • Suggested Applications

  • Dressings for wounds, to protect skin, and for use over I.V. catheters and other intravascular and percutaneous devices

    Primary dressing applications:
  • Post-surgical dressing to protect clean, closed wounds
  • Fragile, at-risk skin
  • Light-to-moderately draining wounds
  • Superficial and partial-thickness wounds
  • Acute wounds such as cuts, burns, and abrasions
  • To secure or cover devices
  • Chronic wounds
  • I.V. catheter sites (peripheral and central lines)

    Secondary dressing applications:
  • Over hydrogels, alginates, and gauze

    Regulatory Material