Pressure Bandage

Pressure BandagesConnect Medical SuppliesProduct InformationProduct DescriptionSelf-Activating Pressure Bandages are used by blood & medical centres worldwide as post dialysis & injection site wound dressing. The cellulose pad expands up to seven times its original size on contact with blood. It can reduce pressure time over the traditional tape and gauze seals and isolates the site securely on all sides. They are versatile and may be used on most venous and arterial dialysis and blood sampling sites. Features: Get patients home sooner Fast self-expanding cellulose sponge applies pressure to reduce clotting time An adhesive strip securely seals the pad to help prevent bleed-through 4-sided design seals & isolates the wound from elements creating a sterile barrier Discrete Clean and comfortable for the patient Allows patients to leave the clinic faster and with confidence Simple and easy to use Sleek and modern solution Request a free demonstrationCONTACTORDER CODESTECHNICAL INFORMATIONORDER CODES Order Code Description Qty/Box CPB02 Self-Activating Pressure Bandages. 100 TECHNICAL INFORMATIONRelated Products HEDclipHEMOdialert Venous Needle Alarm Interested in this product?Get in touch and a member of the team can help.TALK TO US
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HEMOdialert Venous Needle Alarm

HEMOdialertVenous Needle Dislodgement AlarmProduct InformationProduct DescriptionHEMOdialert™ – For added confidence and safety during Hemodialysis The HEMOdialert™ with the HEMOsensor™ was designed and developed in consultation with dialysis clinicians to detect blood loss from the fistula site. HEMOdialysis and the need for a line disconnect alarm. Estimates from epidemiological surveys indicate that 1.5 million patients worldwide require dialysis, and 90% of those have hemodialysis. Each year an additional 81,000 patients are added to that number. Hemodialysis as the preferred method is increasing in popularity, and more clinics are now offering patients home dialysis rather than coming into a clinic. Occasionally during hemodialysis the vein needle connecting the blood line from the dialysis machine may disconnect from the fistula site. This can result in blood leak. While the dialysis machine itself may detect line disconnect due to pressure drop, and trigger an alarm, these alarms are not reliable. Detect dangerous fistula disconnections Although it is not a common event, line disconnect can have fatal or life threatening consequences (Sandroni, 2005). This has been a matter of concern for clinicians carrying out hemodialysis and reported in clinical publications. (Lindley, 2005) Anzacare, with a 25 year history of developing patented moisture detectors and alarm…
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