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3M 2863 Medipore H Soft Cloth Surgical Tape 3" x 10 Yards - Owl Medical Supplies

3M 2863 Medipore H Soft Cloth Surgical Tape 3" x 10 Yards

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  • $38.99 CAD

3M Medipore H Soft Cloth Surgical Tape provides more gentleness and stronger adhesion for more challenging applications than the standard Medipore Tape. Medipore H is a hypoallergenic, latex free, flexible tape. It is non-woven polyester, soft, and highly conformable. It is excellent in adhering to gentle to skin so it reduces the risk of skin irritation. It?s comfortable, porous and breathable. It stretches to accommodate swelling and movement. This medical tape is perforated so that you can tear tape off the roll by hand. The tape is easy to handle, with or without gloves. It?s edges resist curling and it?s less likely to stick to itself. It is particularly useful for securing wound dressings, tubing and catheters, and repeated applications where preservation of "at risk" skin is critical. The same soft, latex-free, hypoallergenic, conformable tape as standard Medipore tape, but with increased gentleness and stronger adhesion for more challenging applications. Available in perforated rolls in several sizes. How Medipore H is different from regular Medipore Tape: Medipore Tapes have the same non woven, polyester backing. The difference is in the adhesive. Medipore H Tape uses an adhesive from the 3M Tegaderm Transparent Dressing family. The tape uses a thin layer of the same adhesive used on 3M Durapore Surgical tape. Although the tape has a higher level of adhesion, it is often more gentle upon repeated taping than Medipore tape. More gentle than Medipore tape. Higher adhesion than Medipore tape. Latex-free and hypoallergenic for sensitive patients. Excellent cross and diagonal stretch to accommodate moderate swelling or movement. Easy-tear perforated rolls for quick tailoring. Water-resistant. Tape Applications: When repeated taping is needed and preservation of "at risk skin" is critical. Securing over areas where skin may stretch (e.g., edema, distention, hematoma formation or movement).

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