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Tegaderm Absorbent 90807 Clear Acrylic Dressings are unparalleled among other adhesive bandages currently on the market. These transparent dressings allow patients and caretakers to monitor the wound site without removing or changing the dressing. Requiring less frequent bandage changing reduces the trauma to the wound site and provides less pain to the patient. Manufactured with a comfortable acrylic pad tucked neatly between two layers of transparent adhesive film, the Tegaderm 90807 Sacral Dressing is internally perforated to allow the transmission of exudate from the wound into the absorbent acrylic pad.
Manufactured by 3M, this Tegaderm Sacral Dressing offers many advantages over traditional bandages. Vitality Medical carries many other sacral dressings, including PolyMem Shapes, Restore Foam, and Allevyn Plus.
Features and Benefits
- Clear acrylic dressing allows patients and caretakers to check the status of wounds, thus eliminating unnecessary dressing changes.
- Internal perforations allow uptake of the wound fluid by the absorbent acrylic pad, and the non-perforated film backing is moisture vapor permeable yet impermeable to liquids, bacteria and viruses.
- Dressings maintain a moist wound environment, gently encouraging wound healing in a secure, protected environment.
- Ideal for pressure ulcers, skin tears, abrasions, donor sites, superficial burns and clean closed approximated surgical wounds and laparoscopic incisions.
- Product Number: 90807.
- Dimensions: 6-5/8 x 7-1/2 Inch.
- Shape: Sacral.
- Material: Acrylic.
- Application: Acrylic Dressing.
- Type: Adhesive.
- Latex free.
- Manufacturer: 3M.
- Brand: Tegaderm.
- HCPCS Codes: A6204.
Manuals and Documents
- Flyer provides features and benefits for this Tegaderm bandage.
- Sacrum Pressure Ulcer Wound Management information for this bandage.
3M™ Tegaderm™ Clear Acrylic Dressing | Application and Removal Video (1:49 Minutes)
Now we will go on to the dressing application.
You want to prepare your wound and protect your periwound skin per your facility protocol. Select a dressing which allows for 3/8 of an inch or one centimeter overlap onto the skin. You peel your paper liner from your dressing exposing the adhesive surface. Then center your dressing over your wound. You can apply light pressure around the edges of the dressing to secure as these are pressure-sensitive adhesives. Peel the paper liner, walking your fingers along the edges to ensure a good seal. This dressing can remain in place. Only needing to change if there’s leaking, lifting off or wound fluid under the adhesive border.
For dressing removal, you carefully lift the dressing edge or the film border while pressing down on the skin. Continue to work around your dressing, lifting your edge until that film border is completely lifted. If you have a challenge lifting the film border, you may apply a piece of tape to the edge and use that to lift your border.
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