3M Tegaderm Hydrocolloid Dressing
3M Tegaderm Hydrocolloid Dressing

3M Tegaderm Hydrocolloid Dressing

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3M Tegaderm Hydrocolloid Dressing has an innovative design that offerss a long wear time for partial to full thickness wounds with low to moderate exudate. Inner layer of hydrocolloid adhesive absorbs exudate while the outer barrier film protects the wound and peri-wound skin from body fluids, contaminants, bacteria and viruses. Tegaderm Dressing adhesive adheres to skin in the presence of moisture.

Item #DescPkgRewardPrice 
90001 4" x 4-3/4", Oval Each $0.09
$8.69
$4.49
90001 4" x 4-3/4", Oval 5/Pack $0.40
$35.99
$19.99
90003 5-1/4" x 6", Oval Each $0.12
$10.99
$6.01
90003 5-1/4" x 6", Oval 5/Pack $0.58
$47.75
$28.99
90004 6-3/4" x 7-3/4", Oval 3/Pack $0.92
$85.99
$45.99
90002 4" x 4", Square Each $0.09
$8.39
$4.34
90002 4" x 4", Square 5/Pack $0.37
$28.85
$18.35
90005 6" x 6", Square Each $0.30
$22.99
$14.99
90005 6" x 6", Square 3/Pack $0.72
$52.99
$35.99
90007 6-3/4" x 6-3/8", Sacral Each $0.24
$18.99
$11.99
90007 6-3/4" x 6-3/8", Sacral 6/Pack $1.40
$102.99
$69.99

3M Tegaderm Hydrocolloid Dressing

Ideal for Low to Moderate Draining Wounds:

  • Proven up to 7 day wear time provides undisturbed moist wound environment which has been shown to enhance healing
  • Adhesive dressings continue to adhere and protect the wound in the presence of incontinence
  • Smooth outer surface helps reduce the risk of shear and friction
  • Long wear time means less dressing changes and potentially lower costs

Protection from Contaminants:

  • Provides a consistently high moisture vapor transmission to reduce the potential for periwound skin maceration
  • Outer film barrier protects the wound and surrounding skin from contaminants, body fluids, bacteria and viruses

Comfort for Patients:

  • 3M Tegaderm Dressings provide excellent patient comfort, dressing adherence and wound management
  • Flexible, conformable, low-profile dressings are comfortable because there is less bulk to catch on bed linens
  • Water-resistant film border adheres firmly
  • With film dressing border, there is less likelihood of edge lift
  • Water resistance allows the patient to shower or to have a bed bath

Clinically Effective:

  • Smooth outer surface helps protect skin from shearing caused by friction, may be used to help prevent damage to intact skin
  • Hydrocolloid adhesive absorbs exudates without breaking down or leaving residue in the wound for easier dressing application
  • May be worn up to 7 days

Variety of Shapes and Sizes:

  • Tegaderm Hydrocolloid Dressings are available in three convenient shapes - oval, sacral and square
  • Oval and sacral shapes have a film border, which eliminates the need for tape and makes dressing application easier

Maximize Sacral Protection:

  • Sacral shape stays in place
  • Easy to wipe off after incontinent episodes
  • Provides non-tenting border application in the gluteal cleft to seal against incontinence
  • Convenient one-handed application
  • Reduced need for unnecessary dressing changes

Indications for Use:

  • For Oval and Square Dressings: Tegaderm Dressing is indicated for partial and full thickness dermal ulcers, superficial wounds, leg ulcers, abrasions, superficial and partial thickness burns, and donor sites.
  • Sacral Dressing: 3M Hydrocolloid Dressing for sacral applications is indicated for superficial wounds, partial and full thickness dermal ulcers, abrasions, superficial and partial thickness burns, and donor sites. It is very useful in body areas that are problems for dressing shape and conformance. Examples of such areas are elbows, heels, breasts, and the sacral area of the buttocks.

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Dressing Selection:

Evaluate the wound and select the dressing size to allow 2.5 cm (1 inch) of the hydrocolloid adhesive to extend beyond the wound edge.

Site Preparation:

  1. Clip excess hair for patient comfort.
  2. Clean the skin and the wound thoroughly, according to your facility or agency protocol.
  3. Allow the skin to dry before applying the dressing.
  4. If the patient skin is easily damaged or if drainage is expected to go beyond the wound edge, 3M Cavilon No Sting Barrier Film may be applied.

Application Instructions for Oval Dressing:

  1. Remove the paper liner from the dressing by lifting and pulling one of the square end tabs marked "1", exposing the adhesive surface. Minimize contact with the border or the adhesive (bottom) side of the dressing.
  2. Center the dressing over the wound. Gently press the adhesive (bottom) side down, and press from the center outward. Avoid stretching the dressing or the skin.
  3. Press down and smooth the film edges to ensure good adhesion.
  4. Remove the top delivery film by lifting and pulling one of the center tabs marked "2" toward the edge of the dressing. Smooth down the dressing edges as you are removing the film. Remove the other side of the top film in the same way.
  5. Gently tear off the square end tabs marked "1" at the perforations in a downward direction and discard. Avoid lifting the film edge while removing the tabs. Secure the entire film edge by pressing firmly.
    Note: The dressing should be changed if it is leaking, falling off, or has been on the wound for seven days.

Application Instructions for Square Dressing:

  1. Remove the top liner from the back of the dressing.
  2. Peel the dressing from its paper liner, minimizing contact with the dressing adhesive surface.
  3. Center the dressing over the wound.
  4. Gently press the adhesive side down, and press from the center outward.
  5. Avoid stretching the dressing or the skin.
  6. Place tape around the edges of the dressing, pressing the tape firmly.
    Note: Tegaderm dressing can be custom cut before removing its top liner.

Application Instructions for Sacral Dressing:

  1. Before removing the printed liner, fold the dressing in half.
  2. Hold the tabs together. Remove the printed liner on one side of the dressing until the adhesive (bottom) is exposed.
  3. Continue to remove the printed liner from the other side until the adhesive surface is completely exposed.
  4. While still holding both tabs, position the dressing over the wound, tilting the dressing toward the anal area. Spread the buttocks to get better placement. Secure the dressing notch in the anal region first. This will minimize chances of incontinence contamination or wrinkling.
  5. Gently press the adhesive side of the dressing down from the center outward. Avoid stretching the dressing or the skin.
  6. Remove the dressing frame, starting at the top and pulling down. Do not lift the film edge. Reinforce and smooth the dressing from the center outward. Repeat until all sections of the frame are removed.
    Note: The dressing should be changed if it is leaking, falling off, or has been on the wound for seven days.

Removing the Dressing:

  1. Carefully lift the dressing edges from the skin. If there is difficulty lifting the dressing, apply tape to the edge of the dressing and use the tape to lift.
  2. Continue lifting the edges until all are free from the skin surface.
  3. Remove the dressing slowly, folding it over itself. Pull carefully in the direction of hair growth.
    Note: It is not unusual for wounds to have an odor. This may be noticed when the dressing is removed or when leakage occurs. The odor should disappear after the wound is cleaned.

Precautions:

  • Treatment of any skin ulcer should be part of a well-defined plan for ulcer management and under the supervision of a health care professional.
  • When using Tegaderm Dressings, the wound initially appears larger in size and depth as unnecessary tissue is cleaned away. This increase should be accompanied by an improved appearance of the wound. If the wound gets larger after the first few dressing changes, see a health care professional.
  • Observe the wound for signs of infection. If infection occurs, the signs of which may be fever, increased pain, redness, bleeding, swelling, or an unusual odor or discharge see a health care professional. Hydrocolloid Dressings may be used on infected wounds only under the care of a health care professional.
  • Rarely, irritation (reddening, inflammation), maceration (whitening of the skin), or hypergranulation (excessive tissue formation) may develop in some wounds under hydrocolloid dressings. Should these occur, consult a health care professional.
  • If the wound does not begin to show signs of healing or if any other unexpected symptoms occur, consult a health care professional.

Tegaderm Hydrocolloid Dressing Application and Removal InstructionsTegaderm Hydrocolloid Sacral Design Dressing Manual
Tegaderm Hydrocolloid Square Dressing Manual

Specification

Options

ShapeGel Pad Size

Dressing Size

90001

Oval2.75 in x 3.5 in (7 cm x 9 cm)

4 in x 4.75 in (10 cm x 12 cm)*

90003

Oval4 in x 4.75 in (10 cm x 12 cm)

5.25 in x 6 in (13 cm x 15 cm)*

90004

Oval5.5 in x 6.75 in (14 cm x 17 cm)

6.75 in x 7.75 in (17 cm x 20 cm)*

90002

Square4 in x 4 in (10 cm x 10 cm)

-

90005

Square6 in x 6 in (15 cm x 15 cm)

-

90007

Sacral-

6.75 in x 6.37 in 17,1 cm x 16,1 cm**


*Dimensions of entire dressing, including hydrocolloid and film backing.
**Dimensions of entire dressing, including hydrocolloid and border

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Will the edges roll over?
Lily - 8/8/2017 7:11:23 AM
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With the film dressing border of Tegaderm Hydrocolloid, it is less likely for the edges to roll over.
Customer Care - 7/31/2018 2:44:59 AM
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Can it be worn to shower?
Jackson - 8/8/2017 7:10:52 AM
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3M Tegaderm Hydrocolloid Dressing has water-resistant film that allows the patient to shower or to have a bed bath, while wearing it.
Customer Care - 7/31/2018 2:45:27 AM
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What is changing frequency of the dressing?
Umber - 8/8/2017 7:10:22 AM
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3M Tegaderm Hydrocolloid Dressing has to be changed every 7 days.
Customer Care - 7/31/2018 2:46:14 AM
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Is there any tape required to hold the Tegaderm Hydrocolloid in place?
Harry - 8/8/2017 7:09:56 AM
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The Tegaderm Hydrocolloid are oval and sacral shaped dressings and are bordered with a low profile, film/adhesive edge that eliminates the requirement for additional tape. While using the square shaped Tegaderm Hydrocolloid Dressing, bordering the edge with tape is recommended.
Customer Care - 7/31/2018 2:46:41 AM
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