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3M™ Tegaderm™ I.V. Advanced Securement Dressing 1680, 3.8 cm x 4.5 cm

3M ID 7100057526
  • High MVTR barrier to external contaminants including liquids, bacteria and viruses31
  • Provides advanced I.V. and central line catheter securement31
  • More secure than standard transparent dressings, with a wear time of up to seven days31
  • Helps minimise dressing disruption and maximise wear time32
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Specifications
Brand
Tegaderm™
Condition
I.V. Related
Department
Cardiovascular, Critical Care, Dialysis Center, Emergency, I.V. Therapy, Intensive Care Unit, Medical-Surgical, Oncology, Operating Room-Surgery, Pediatrics, Radiology, Urgent Care, Wound Care
Dressing and Device Securement Condition Type
Adhesive Trauma, Skin Injuries-Mechanical, Tube & Device Securement-Lightweight Tubes & Devices
Dressing Type
Film Dressing
Hypoallergenic
Yes
IV Related Condition Type
Arterial Catheter, CVC Dialysis, CVC Implanted Port, CVC PICC, CVC Short-Term, CVC Tunneled, Epidural Catheter, PIV
Latex
No
Product Type
Securement Dressing
Product Use
Arterial Catheter, CVC, Dialysis, Epidural Catheter, PICC, PIV
Details
  • High MVTR barrier to external contaminants including liquids, bacteria and viruses31
  • Provides advanced I.V. and central line catheter securement31
  • More secure than standard transparent dressings, with a wear time of up to seven days31
  • Helps minimise dressing disruption and maximise wear time32
  • Maintains securement by preventing edge lift, flexing with patient movement and managing moisture
  • Recommend use of waterproof cover over dressing and I.V. site when showering

3M™ Tegaderm™ I.V. Advanced Securement Dressing is a sterile, transparent film I.V. dressing for the advanced securement of wounds

Tegaderm I.V. Advanced Securement dressings offer advanced securement with comfort adhesive technology. The dressing is reinforced with a soft cloth fabric, designed to reduce edge lift and to seal around the insertion site.

Suggested Applications

  • Short peripheral and midline venous catheters
  • Central venous catheters (including subclavian, jugular, femoral and PICCs)
  • Arterial catheters
  • Tunneled central vascular devices
  • Enteral feeding tubes
  • Dialysis catheters
  • Arterial catheters
  • Pulmonary artery catheters
  • Other percutaneous devices

Legal Disclaimer

31. Jackson A (2012) Retrospective comparative audit of two peripheral I.V. securement dressings. British Journal of Nursing 21 (2) 510-515 32. 3M Data on File 2012; Association for safe aseptic practice, product evaluation programme, Feb 2012. 33. 3M Data on File 2010; Summary report on testing to compare moisture handling and wear time of modified and standard adhesive polyurethane adhesive films. Study-05-01122630. *Arrowsmith M (2012) Bacterial and viral barrier claim for 3M™ Tegaderm™ Transparent I.V. Dressings. 3M Data on File.
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