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3M™ Microfoam™ Surgical Tape 1528-2, 5 mm x 5 m

3M ID 7000002525
  • Stretches in all directions to accommodate swelling
  • Conforms readily to joints and skin folds
  • Latex-free and hypoallergenic for sensitive patients
  • Water-resistant
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Specifications
Brand
Microfoam™
Condition
Dressing and Device Securement
Department
Cardiovascular, Critical Care, Emergency, I.V. Therapy, Intensive Care Unit, Medical-Surgical, Oncology, Operating Room-Surgery, Orthopedics, Pediatrics, Urgent Care, Wound Care
Dressing and Device Securement Condition Type
Surgical Wound
Hypoallergenic
Yes
Latex
No
Material
Elastic Foam
NHS eClass Code
EHX
Overall Length (Metric)
5 m
Overall Width (Metric)
5 cm
Pack Quantity
6 rolls per box/6 boxes per case
Packs per order unit
1
Product Type
Surgical Tape
Therapeutic Area and Conditions
Highly conformable foam surgical tape
Product Details
  • Stretches in all directions to accommodate swelling
  • Conforms readily to joints and skin folds
  • Latex-free and hypoallergenic for sensitive patients
  • Water-resistant
  • Water-resistant.

3M™ Microfoam™ Medical Tape is a latex free, hypoallergenic, elastic foam tape designed to stretch and conform to joints and skin folds.

Latex-free, hypoallergenic, elastic foam tape products designed to stretch and conform while providing secure adhesion to joints or skin folds. Available in rolls and as a sterile tape patch.

Suggested Applications

  • Securing dressings on sites where movement is likely such as over joints and other challenging areas.
  • Securing compression dressings to assist in hemostasis or control edema (e.g. cardiovascular/angio sites, breast biopsies, orthopedic, thoracic and abdominal surgical dressings).
  • Provides cushioning as needed.

Legal Disclaimer

43. 3M Internal Data. Barrier properties of Medical Tapes – Durapore and Microfoam. Study 05-010041. 2005