3M Tegaderm Absorbent Clear Acrylic Dressing, Medium Oval, 5-5/8" x 6-1/4" (90803)
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3M Tegaderm Absorbent Clear Acrylic Dressing, Medium Oval, 5-5/8" x 6-1/4" (90803)

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3M™ Tegaderm™ Absorbent Clear Acrylic Dressing, Medium Oval, 5-5/8" x 6-1/4".

  • Allows wound and incision monitoring – Transparent film and absorbent pad allows wound or surgical incision to be monitored without dressing removal.
  • Easy to apply – Clear design takes the guesswork out of application over the wound or surgical incision.
  • Controls moisture – Novel acrylic polymer pad is breathable and designed to absorb low to moderate exudate to promote an optimal healing environment.
  • Stays intact - Dressing does not break down in the wound or surgical incision.
  • Non-bulky - The non-bulky design helps to prevent dressing roll or lift due to friction from linens, clothing or prosthetics.
  • Barrier protection - Protects from external contaminants, bodily fluids, bacteria, viruses and water ingress.
  • Extended wear - Wear time of up to 7 days gives patients extended protection beyond the initial hospital stay and into the home.

3M™ Tegaderm™ Absorbent Clear Acrylic Dressing is a unique, absorbent dressing that offers a clear view of the wound or surgical incision. Designed to handle low to moderate exudate.

3M™ Tegaderm™ Absorbent Clear Acrylic Dressing is a unique, absorbent dressing that offers a clear view of the wound or surgical incision. Innovative acrylic polymer absorbent pad is transparent, allowing the wound or incision to be monitored without dressing removal. Designed to absorb low to moderate exudate to promote an optimal healing environment. The 90800 is a 3" x 3-3/4" oval dressing that can cover surgical incisions up to 1 in.

Suggested Applications

  • Partial and full thickness dermal ulcers
  • Skin tears
  • Pressure ulcers
  • Superficial wounds and abrasions
  • Superficial partial-thickness burns
  • Donor sites
  • Clean, closed approximated surgical incisions or laparoscopic incisions