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Box of Catheter Dressings Opsite IV3000 2.38x2.75 Inch 4007- Box/100
Box of Catheter Dressings Opsite IV3000 2.38x2.75 Inch 4007- Box/100

Box of Catheter Dressings Opsite IV3000 2.38x2.75 Inch 4007- Box/100

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Box of Catheter Dressings Opsite IV3000 2.38x2.75 Inch 4007- Box/100 2.37 x 2.75 Inch Transparent Dressing for Catheter Sites Waterproof and Transparent film dressing Secures catheters and keeps Catheter site dry Drier Catheter Sites for Reduced risk of infection Grid pattern adhesive for Superior Adherence Allows 1 Hand Application Patient Comfort and Reduced Skin Trauma upon Removal Box of 100 Dressings
  • Box of Catheter Dressings Opsite IV3000 2.38 x 2.75 Inch Smith Nephew 4007- Box/100.
  • Waterproof and Transparent film dressing for Catheter Sites secures catheters and keeps catheter site dry.
  • Reduces risk of infection by preventing moisture accumulation.
  • Grid pattern adhesive with Waterproof barrier.
  • 2.37 x 2.75 Inch IV and Catheter Dressing allows 1 Hand Application

    Features and Benefits

  • Reduces dressing changes.
  • Provides excellent catheter stabilization.
  • Easy application and removal.
  • Standard IV application for central or jugular.
  • Provides physical separation between the catheter site and external environments to assist in preventing contamination of the catheter site.
  • Creates an environment for managing moisture at the catheter site through increased moisture vapor transmission rates.
  • Film acts as a barrier to bacteria including MSRA.
  • Offers convenient visual inspection.
  • Offers greater patient comfort.
  • Waterproof barrier.
  • Minimizes unscheduled dressing changes.
  • Moisture responsive cannula fixation dressing.
  • Grid pattern adhesive.
  • Transparent and conformable.
  • May help reduce risk of infection by preventing moisture accumulation.
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