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AquaGuard Moisture Barrier Dressing

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4" x 4", Small-Medium Surgical Sites

SKU 50004
$10.79 5/Pack
$2.16 Each

7" x 7", Dialysis and PICC Lines, Pediatrics

SKU 50010
$13.79 5/Pack
$2.76 Each

9" x 9",Chemo Ports, Stomas, Dialysis and PICC Lines

SKU 50015
$18.79 5/Pack
$3.76 Each

10" x 12", PICC Lines, Stomas, Knee, Hip or Shoulder Incisions

SKU 50011
$16.59 5/Pack
$3.32 Each
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AquaGuard Moisture Barrier Dressing is a thin, transparent, medical-grade film that is designed to protect and seal wounds, catheter sites, and other skin abrasions. It is made from a waterproof, breathable material that allows air to circulate while preventing moisture and other irritants from reaching the skin. The dressing is easy to apply and remove, and it adheres securely to the skin without causing discomfort.

AquaGuard Dressing Cover Benefits

  • Waterproof protection against moisture and other irritants
  • Prevents infection by keeping the wound clean and dry
  • Easy to apply and remove adhesive
  • Can be used on a variety of skin types and wound types
  • Comfortable to wear


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AquaGuard Moisture Barrier Dressing Features

  • Available in a variety of sizes for home or hospital use
  • Specially designed adhesive for gentle sheet removal
  • Provide latex-free supplemental dressing for use during showers
  • Protect wounds, vascular devices, primary dressings, stoma, or transdermal patches
  • Hypoallergenic, made without latex
  • Also suitable for covering tattoos in the shower
  • Actual area of coverage is 2.5" x 2.5" (6.5 cm x 6.5 cm)
  • For areas needing a range of motion, such as knees and elbows, purchase one size larger than the area to be covered

Where to use these Aquaguard Moisture Barrier?

4" x 4" AquaGuard Waterproofing Dressing:

  • Small Surgery Sites
  • Pediatrics
  • Tube Thoracostomies
  • Transdermal Patches
  • Broviac Catheters
  • Actual area of coverage is 2.5" x 2.5" (6.5cm x 6.5cm)

7" x 7" AquaGuard Dressing for Showers:

  • Pediatrics
  • Hickman Catheters
  • Chemo Ports
  • Stomas
  • Dialysis and PICC Lines
  • Actual area of coverage is 5" x 5.5" (12.5cm x 14cm)

9" x 9" AquaGuard Moisture Barrier:

  • Hickman Catheters
  • Chemo Ports
  • Stomas
  • Dialysis and PICC Lines
  • IJ Catheters
  • Actual area of coverage is 7" x 7.5" (18cm x 19cm)

10" x 12" AquaGuard Dressing For Wounds :

  • PICC Lines
  • Stomas
  • Knee, Hip, or Shoulder Incisions
  • Dialysis Catheters
  • Surgical Dressings
  • Ostomies
  • Actual area of coverage is 8.5" x 9.75" (21.5cm x 24.5cm)

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How do you apply AquaGuard Waterproof Dressing?

  • Step 1: Prior to application, keep the skin dry and clear from oils and lotion.
  • Step 2: Prepare AquaGuard for application by forming "tabs" in the backing strips at each corner.
  • Step 3: Using the tab, remove the top backing strip and apply the underlying adhesive to the skin.
    • For subclavian sites: Place the adhesive on the skin above the central line or port dressing.
    • For internal jugular sites: Place the adhesive just above the dressing below the contour of the jawline and toward the chin.
  • Step 4: Individually remove the side backing strips, pleat each side, and apply.
    • For subclavian sites: Remove the side strip and create a "pleat" in the middle while placing adhesive on the skin. Pinch the pleat, then fold side-to-side while applying pressure to ensure good adhesion. Repeat for the other side.
    • For internal jugular sites, Have the patient tilt the neck away from the site. Remove the side strip and place it alongside the dressing site. If pleating is necessary, pinch the pleat, then fold it side-to-side. Repeat for the other side.
  • Step 5: Remove the bottom strip and place just below the dressing site.
  • Step 6: Massage the adhesive border against the skin to ensure a seal.

Removal instructions

  • After a shower, gently pat the surrounding area dry before removal.
  • Gently pull down in the direction of hair growth.
  • Take your time and pull back the adhesive to minimize discomfort or irritation of the skin.
  • Use warm water, if necessary, to help loosen the adhesive
  • Lastly, clean the skin with gentle soap and water to remove any leftover residue.


  • AquaGuard is intended for showering only and is not recommended for swimming or submersion underwater.
  • AquaGuard is not a replacement for primary dressings.


  • For best results, a caregiver should apply the AquaGuard product to the patient's clean, dry skin.
  • Do not use lotion or cream before applying. Do not lift and/or attempt to reposition AquaGuard after placement.
  • Do not use if punctured or showing signs of wear. AquaGuard is a single-use product.
  • If reused, it may not provide an effective barrier while showering. If sensitivity or irritation develops, discontinue use.

Aquaguard Shower Protection Dressing User Manual

Frequently Asked Questions

1. How does this dressing work?

AquaGuard Dressing forms a protective barrier over the skin, preventing moisture from penetrating the wound or abrasion. This helps to keep the area clean and dry, which can help prevent infection and promote healing.

2. Is AquaGuard Dressing safe to use?

Yes, this is safe to use. It is made from medical-grade materials and has been extensively tested for safety and effectiveness.

3. Can AquaGuard Shower Shield be used on all skin types?

Yes, AquaGuard Dressing can be used on all skin types. However, if you have sensitive skin or are prone to allergic reactions, you should consult with a healthcare professional before using this product.

4. Can AquaGuard Shower Protection be used on children?

Yes, AquaGuard can be used on children. However, it is recommended that you consult with a healthcare professional before using this product on children under the age of 2.

5. How often should I change AquaGuard Moisture Barrier Dressing?

It can be worn for up to 7 days, or until it begins to peel or loosen. If the dressing becomes soiled or wet, it should be changed immediately.

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