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Smith & Nephew Opsite IV3000 Standard Moisture Responsive Catheter Dressing meets the needs of catheter fixation and keeps the catheter site dry. It is a transparent film dressing with moisture-responsive technology and edges of orange tape. These can either be left in place as a part of dressing or torn from the edges of the dressing and used for extra security of catheter.
Reduces risk of infection - Smith and Nephew IV3000 reduces risk of infection by preventing moisture accumulation. The Reactic film in IV3000 has a unique molecular structure which is significantly more permeable to water vapor than ordinary films. This helps prevent the accumulation of moisture underneath the dressing. IV3000 dressing assists in the reduction of bacterial growth and the risk of catheter-related infection.
Minimizes unscheduled dressing changes - The higher permeability of Opsite IV3000 dressing keeps the skin drier. It improves the dressing adherence and reduces the number of unscheduled dressing changes.
Greater patient comfort - Opsite IV3000 Standard Moisture Responsive Catheter Dressing is kind to the patient skin. Its low allergy adhesive and highly permeable Reactic film may help prevent skin maceration or irritation. It results in improved patient comfort.
Excellent catheter stability - The highly conformable IV3000 dressing allows the patient to move freely. It will remain firmly adhered around the catheter hub to ensure excellent fixation.
Convenient visual inspection - IV3000 is transparent and allows for regular inspection of the catheter insertion site. It checks for the signs of infection or phlebitis without the need for dressing removal.
Easy application and removal - Opsite IV3000 Standard Moisture Responsive Catheter Dressing is designed to provide easy aseptic application and removal. It reduces pain on removal due to grid adhesive spread and minimizes patient discomfort on removal. Smith and Nephew IV3000 also leaves less adhesive residue on the patient skin.
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