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Hypafix Self Adhesive Dressing Tape

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Hypafix Self Adhesive Dressing Tape

HYPAFIX Self Adhesive Retention Tape 

Hypafix is a  skin-friendly, non-woven tape used for wide area dressing fixation. The tape transversely stretches, is highly conformable and easy to apply, even on difficult joint areas. It is easily cut to shape to suit patients treatment requirements. 

Use:

  • Fixation of instruments, probes and catheters

  • Particularly useful over joints and on extremeties

Features and Benefits:
 
  • Low-allergy polyacrylate adhesive
  • Air and moisture vapour permeable
  • Good initial and long term adhesion
  • Polyester non-woven backing
  • Transverse stretch provides excellent conformability, even on contoured body areas such as knee, elbow and shoulder
  • Easily cut to required shape and size so no unnecessary wastage
  • Complete primary dressing coverage reduces risk of contamination
  • Virtually painless removal without leave adhesive residue
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