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OpSite Flexifix is a transparent film roll used for wound care. This wound dressing is constructed with a transparent, adhesive polyurethane film. Flexifix allows the skin to breathe to prevent moisture build-up. This OpSite Dressing Roll protects against external fluid and bacteria. Manufactured by Smith & Nephew, the Flexifix Transparent Film Roll is cut-to-fit the wound area and is easy to apply. This dressing may be used for retention of primary dressings, skin protection under leg bags or stoma devices, fixation of tubing, treatment of painful peripheral neuropathy, and to reduce shearing forces on unbroken skin.
Opsite Flexifix Features & Benefits
- Reduces the risk of surgical site infection.
- Waterproof fixation.
- Provides an impermeable barrier against bacteria.
- Barrier against MRSA.
- Offers a significantly longer wear time.
- Adapts to awkward body areas.
Opsite Flexifix Specifications
- Opsite Flexifix Product Number: 66000041.
- Width: 4 Inch.
- Length: 11 Yard.
- Shape: Roll.
- Application: Transparent Adhesive Roll.
- Construction: Transparent Film.
- Latex free.
- Manufacturer: Smith & Nephew.
- Brand: Opsite Flexifix.
- UNSPSC Code: 42311527.
- HCPCS Code: A6259.
Flexifix Additional Information
- Boscheinen‐Morrin, Judith, and Jacki Shannon. "Opsite Flexifix: An effective adjunct in the management of pain and hypersensitivity in the hand."Australian Occupational Therapy Journal 48.4 (2001): 170-175.
- Cooper, John. "Wound management following orbital exenteration surgery."British Journal of Nursing 18.6 (2009).
- Downie, Fiona, and Robert Gannon. "Opsite flexifix gentle: preventing skin breakdown in vulnerable skin." Br. J. Nurs 22 (2013): 698-700.
- Hartmann, Anke, Eva‐Bettina Bröcker, and Henning Hamm. "Repigmentation of pretibial vitiligo with calcineurin inhibitors under occlusion." JDDG: Journal der Deutschen Dermatologischen Gesellschaft 6.5 (2008): 383-385.
- Neumann, P., and V. Gill. "Pelvic floor and abdominal muscle interaction: EMG activity and intra-abdominal pressure." International Urogynecology Journal 13.2 (2002): 125-132.
- Zhao, Lu, et al. "Spectroscopic measurements of photoinduced processes in human skin after topical application of the hexyl ester of 5-aminolevulinic acid." Journal of environmental pathology, toxicology and oncology 25.1-2 (2006).
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