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Nexcare Tegaderm Waterproof Transparent Dressing

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Item# Description Size Price

4 x 4-3/4 Inch

Box of 4
$3.570 each


4 x 4-3/4 Inch - Box of 4
SKU: H1626



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The Tegaderm H12626 is perfect for protecting abrasions, cuts, minor burns, blisters and incisions. It is a breathable transparent film that fits over and adheres to most superficial wounds. It seals out contaminants and helps prevent infection while being gentle on skin and stays waterproof even in the bath or shower. It is breathable and can even be worn for up to 7 days. These flexible wound dressings provide an excellent solution for many different first aid situations so buy some for your first aid kit today.

Keeps Contaminants Out

Product Features and Benefits

  • Gentle on skin while remaining breathable
  • Waterproof design stays on in bath or shower
  • Keeps wound clear from water, dirt and germs
  • Wearable for up to 7 days
  • Perfect for small wounds, abrasions, cuts, minor burns, surgical incisions and blisters

Product Specifications

  • Product Number: H1626
  • Length: 4 Inches
  • Width: 4 3/4 Inches
  • Color: Transparent
  • Hypoallergenic: Yes
  • Sterile: Yes
  • Shape: Rectangle
  • Waterproof: Yes
  • Type: Waterproof Dressing
  • Adhesive: Yes
  • Manufacturer: 3M
  • Brand: Tegaderm
  • HCPCS Code: A6258
Additional Information

Additional Information

Manufacturer 3M
Brand Tegaderm

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WARNING: This product may contain chemicals that are known to the State of California to cause cancer, birth defects or other reproductive harm. This product complies with all state and federal safety standards.

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