Medline Suresite 123 Transparent Film Dressing With Pad
Medline Suresite 123 Transparent Film Dressing With Pad

Medline Suresite 123 Transparent Film Dressing With Pad

Brand/Manufacturer: MEDLINE INDUSTRIES
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Medline Suresite 123 Transparent Film Dressing With Pad is a soft, conformable dressing that is ideal for IV sites or wound care applications. Easy-to-use 123 application system helps ensure correct application every time. The moisture vapor transmission rate (MVTR) and microporous technology permit continuous observation of wound and line sites.

Item #DescPkgPrice 
MSC2603H 2.4" x 2.8", Pad: 1.3" x 1.6" Each $2.99 $0.79
MSC2610H 3.5" x 10", Pad: 1.5" x 8" Each $8.99 $4.99
MSC2603Z 2.4" x 2.8", Pad: 1.3" x 1.6" 100/Pack $62.99 $38.99
MSC2603 2.4" x 2.8", Pad: 1.3" x 1.6" 400/Case $185.55 $119.99
MSC2610Z 3.5" x 10", Pad: 1.5" x 8" 25/Pack $124.89 $69.99
MSC2610 3.5" x 10", Pad: 1.5" x 8" 100/Case $309.99 $225.99
MSC2605H 4" x 4.8", Pad: 2.4" x 3.2" Each $3.99 $1.39
MSC2605Z 4" x 4.8", Pad: 2.4" x 3.2" 50/Pack $75.45 $53.99
MSC2605 4" x 4.8", Pad: 2.4" x 3.2" 200/Case $235.55 $167.99

Features

  • Medline Suresite 123 Transparent Film Dressing With Pad helps prevent skin tears, lacerations and abrasions
  • Conformable, will not stick to itself
  • May be left in place for up to 7 days
  • Dressing change frequency will depend on amount of drainage
  • Latex-free
  • Wound Conditions:
    - Shallow
    - No/minimal drainage
    - Primary dressing and secondary dressing
  • Indications:
    - Peripheral and central I.V. lines
    - Partial-thickness wounds
    - Full-thickness wounds (secondary dressing)
    - Skin tears
    - Lacerations and abrasions
    - To help prevent skin breakdown caused by friction to epidermis
    Note: Contraindicated as a primary dressing on wounds with moderate to heavy drainage
  • Also available (sold separately):
    - Medline Suresite 123 Transparent Film Dressing Without Padding (Code MSC2703)

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Questions & Answers


 
 
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Are these appropriate for undiagnosed wounds. 
Jeanne luttrall - 8/31/2015 10:13:51 PM
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The only contraindication would be wound with heavy drainage.
Customer Service - 9/1/2015 12:41:59 PM
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