L&R Curafix® i.v. Control (9 x 11 cm), for central venous access (CVC)

$1.60

Price per piece. MOQ is 25.

Description

34870 L&R Curafix® i.v. Control (9 x 11 cm), for central venous access (CVC)

Catheter retention dressing with viewing window

Curafix® i.v. is suitable for the fixation of cannulas and catheters to the skin and as a mechanical barrier to protect the puncture site. The portfolio comprises cannula and catheter retention dressings for peripheral and central venous accesses.

  • Has a counter-fixation element for reliable adhesion
  • A good visual monitoring of the puncture site for longer dressing change intervals
  • Optimised sizes for many fields of application, e.g. paediatrics

 

Curafix i.v. Control consists of a stabilising nonwoven border laminated with a film. The transparent viewing window makes it possible to observe and monitor the puncture site while minimising the risk of maceration thanks to the highly breathable film used.* The one-piece counterfixation element with a V-shaped cutout can be moulded to fit the designs of single and multilumen catheters.

Product composition

  • Nonwoven: white, polyester
  • Film: polyurethane, skin-friendly polyacrylate adhesive (free of colophony and colophony derivatives)

Fields of application

  • For the retention of cannulas and catheters on the skin and as a mechanical barrier to protect the puncture site.
  • suitable for central venous access (CVC)

Properties

  • nonwoven film laminate with inspection window to monitor the puncture site
  • high water vapour permeability
  • X-ray transparent
  • latex-free formulation
  • low risk of maceration*
  • skin-friendly
  • dressing leaves little residue when removed*
  • can be washed off with disinfectants*
  • pathogen- and bacteria-proof
  • impermeable to water
  • adheres readily and reliably to the skin*

*The stated properties are based on currently available in vitro data.

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