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OpSite Flexigrid is a 6 x 8 inch transparent film dressing that is used for wound care. Flexigrid incorporates a unique wound measurement grid pattern which allows simple but accurate assessments of the healing process to be made. After tracing the edges of the wound, the Flexigrid carrier can be removed and stored in the patient's notes. This OpSite Dressing allows the skin to breathe and prevent moisture build-up. Manufactured by Smith & Nephew, the Flexigrid Transparent Film is easy to apply. This wound dressing is impermeable to water and body fluids, protecting the skin underneath and allowing the patient to bathe without changing dressings.
Opsite Flexigrid Features & Benefits
- Unique wound measurement grid.
- Faster, safer, less painful wound healing.
- Superior film with acrylic adhesive.
- Simple, effective application technique.
- Waterproof film.
- Adaptable to awkward areas.
Opsite Flexigrid Specifications
- Opsite Flexigrid Product Number: 66024631.
- Width: 6 Inch.
- Length: 8 Inch.
- Shape: Rectangle.
- Application: Transparent Adhesive Dressing.
- Construction: Transparent Film.
- Latex free.
- Manufacturer: Smith & Nephew.
- Brand: Opsite Flexigrid.
- UNSPSC Code: 42311527.
- HCPCS Code: A6258.
Flexigrid Additional Information
- Demirtas, Yener, et al. "Management of split-thickness skin graft donor site: a prospective clinical trial for comparison of five different dressing materials." Burns 36.7 (2010): 999-1005.
- Johns, Owen L., and Peter J. Metcalfe. "Dressings." U.S. Patent No. 5,618,556. 8 Apr. 1997.
- Nuutinen, Jouni, et al. "A closed unventilated chamber for the measurement of transepidermal water loss." Skin Research and Technology 9.2 (2003): 85-89.
- Lin, Yu-shuang, et al. "Moisture vapor transmission rates of various transparent dressings at different temperatures and humidities." Chinese medical journal 122.8 (2009): 927-930.
- van Lint, Allison, et al. "Herpes simplex virus-specific CD8+ T cells can clear established lytic infections from skin and nerves and can partially limit the early spread of virus after cutaneous inoculation." The Journal of Immunology 172.1 (2004): 392-397.
- Needham, Rowan, and Eugen-Matthias Strehle. "Evaluation of dressings used with local anaesthetic cream and for peripheral venous cannulation."Paediatric Care 20.8 (2008): 34-36.
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