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Smith & Nephew Skin-Prep® Protective Dressing, Non-Aerosol Pump Spray 4 oz

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  • Item # 54420200
  • Manufacturer: SMITH & NEPHEW INC

Smith & Nephew Skin-Prep® Protective Dressing Pump Spray 4 oz, Non-Aerosol

Skin-Prep™ is a liquid film-forming dressing that, upon application to intact skin, forms a protective film to help reduce friction during removal of tapes and films. Skin-Prep™ can also be used to prepare skin attachment sites for drainage tubes, external catheters, surrounding ostomy sites and adhesive dressings.

 
  • Helps tape and film adhesion.
  • Fast and easy to use, only one coat is required, so less product is used per application.
  • Removes easily using skin cleanser or soap and water, so unsanitary residue isn’t left in or around the wound area.
  • Applies easily, even on awkward areas such as elbows, knees, and heels.
  • Moves naturally with patients’ skin and won’t crack or peel.
  • Allows skin to "breathe" so tapes and films adhere better.
  • May increase intervals between dressing changes.

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If you’re new to having an ostomy, you may have questions about what to expect and how to care for your stoma. Here are some articles that may help.

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