Shower Shield Wound Dressing - Shower Cover
Shower Shield Wound Dressing - Shower Cover

Shower Shield Wound Dressing - Shower Cover

Brand/Manufacturer: SHOWER SHIELD
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Shower Shield Wound Dressing is latex-free shower cover for wound dressings. This water barrier provides moisture-resistant coverage for wound dressings, central lines, stomas, shunts, catheters, colostomies and more. By protecting wound dressings with Shower Shield cover user may reduce the risk of infection from waterborne bacteria. It is more convenient and comfortable than other methods of covering the bandaged wounds.

Key Features of Shower Shield Cover:

  • Moisture-resistant coverage 
  • Latex Free 
  • Convenient 
  • Comfortable 
  • Versatile

Item #DescPkgPrice 
SS44 Shower Shield Cover, 4" X 4" 7/Pack $12.85 $8.15
SS44 Shower Shield Cover, 4" X 4" 7/Pack, 2Pk/Case $128.65 $105.99
SS99 Shower Shield Cover, 9" x 9" 7/Pack $13.50 $9.99
SS99 Shower Shield Cover, 9" x 9" 7/Pack, 2Pk/Case $235.95 $152.99
SS1012 Shower Shield Cover, 10" x 12" 7/Pack $15.85 $11.99
SS1012 Shower Shield Cover, 10" x 12" 7/Pack, 2Pk/Case $160.85 $129.99

Features Of Shower Shield Wound Dressing Cover

  • Shower Shield Wound Dressing is safe and economical
  • Versatile way to protect wounds and medical devices
  • Consists of a polyurethane film with acrylic adhesive
  • Latex-free, it is safe for use on persons with latex allergies
  • Clinically proven effective in keeping water away from the covered area while showering
  • One should use the pad that most completely covers the dressing without allowing the adhesive to come in contact with the dressing
  • Gives patients many new options for personal hygiene
  • Note: It should not come in direct contact with a wound. Always have a dressing over the wound when using Shower Shield

More On Shower Shield Cover

  • Directions for Use:
    Application:

    - Clean and dry area surrounding wound thoroughly.
    - Make sure area to be covered has appropriate dressing. Shower Shield should not be allowed to come in direct contact with the wound.
    - Clip any excess hair at the site. Shaving is not recommended. Always follow your physician;s advice.
    - Open poly bag and select appropriate size for application. Choose a Shower Shield bandage that is large enough to adhere to SKIN ONLY (not to wound, device or primary dressing).
    - Peel the wax paper frame from the water barrier, exposing the adhesive surface.
    - Position water barrier over the site. Gently remove the wax paper frame, smoothing the dressing down as you pull the frame away, pressing edges down firmly to adhere to skin.
    - Firmly smooth water barrier from the center toward the edges.
    - Repeat pressure on all sides of adhesive as a final securing step.
    Removal:
    - Gently grasp the edge and slowly peel the water barrier from the skin in the direction of hair growth or grasp one edge of the water barrier and gently pull it straight out to stretch and release adhesion, being careful not to disturb the primary dressing or device.
    - Discard after use. Shower Shield water barriers are single use only.
  • Cautions:
    - For external use only.
    - Non-sterile: Do not use if package is open or damaged.
    - Shower Shield is not designed to come in direct contact with wound itself. Make sure area to be covered is covered with appropriate sterile dressing before applying Shower Shield.
    - Do not place over nose and/or mouth.
    - Do not use over the eyes.
    - Do not allow children to handle Shower Shield without adult supervision. It could present a choking or suffocation hazard if misused. An adult should always supervise a child who has a Shower Shield on his or her body.
    - Single use only. Store at room temperature.
    - Contact your health-care provider immediately if you suspect that you have a medical problem or if condition persists or gets worse.
    - When properly applied, Shower Shield is impermeable to liquids from brief contact. Shower Shield is not designed for submersion.
    - Every medical condition is different, please contact your health care provider prior to use.

Customer Reviews

Questions & Answers


 
 
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what does the dimension 9 x 9 mean? is that the outside dimension? Or the dimension that the dressing will cover? Under features you state: 
  • "One should use the pad that most completely covers the dressing without allowing the adhesive to come in contact with the dressing".   So what is the dimension of a 9 x 9 that will not come into contact with the dressing?
walter - 6/26/2017 12:06:36 PM
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9X9'' is the outer dimension of this product. It has an adhesive lining around an inch thick inside the permimeter of the tape. That is the only atrea that would stick to the body. the wound dressing would be inside the non adhesive area. For more information on application please check this video from the manufacturer: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xCfkDQbb_kU&feature=youtu.be
Customer Care - 7/4/2017 8:51:44 AM
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