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3M™ Cavilon™ No Sting Barrier Film 3345

  • 3M ID 70200763939

The intelligent choice to help prevent medical adhesive-related skin injury (MARSI) around infusion sites: CHG compatible³

Clinically proven, cost effective, long lasting protection from incontinence-associated dermatitis (IAD)¹'²

Will not clog or reduce absorbency of diapers or pads

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Highlights
  • The intelligent choice to help prevent medical adhesive-related skin injury (MARSI) around infusion sites: CHG compatible³
  • Clinically proven, cost effective, long lasting protection from incontinence-associated dermatitis (IAD)¹'²
  • Will not clog or reduce absorbency of diapers or pads
  • Protects intact or damaged skin
  • Sterile, non-cytotoxic³
  • Alcohol-free, sting-free
  • Hypoallergenic³
Take cover in proven protection. Cavilon No Sting Barrier Film is a unique terpolymer based, alcohol-free liquid barrier film that protects intact or damaged skin from bodily fluids, adhesive trauma, friction and incontinence. It is clinically proven, and trusted by clinicians to provide a high level of barrier protection of up to 72 hours from irritation due to incontinence.¹'² In fact, 3M has over 70 pieces of clinical evidence supporting the efficacy and cost-effectiveness of Cavilon No Sting Barrier Film in a wide range of clinical applications - substantially more evidence than any other moisture barrier or barrier film.³

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It is designed to protect intact, damaged or 'at-risk' skin from urine, faeces, other body fluids, medical adhesive related skin injury (MARSI) and friction. It comes in a variety of easy to apply formats: 1ml foam applicator, 3ml foam applicator, 28ml pump spray and a stoma wipe. It lasts for up to 72 hours, and will not sting when applied to broken skin.

Suggested applications
  • Perineal skin protection from urine and faeces
  • Peri-stomal skin protection from adhesives, urine or faeces
  • Peri-wound protection from wound exudate
  • Peri-tube and device protection from drainage or bodily fluids
  • Skin protection from adhesives
  • Skin protection from friction
  • Management of skin during radiation therapy

Specifications

Resources

1. Bliss DZ, Zehrer C, Savik K, Smith G, Hedblom E. An economic evaluation of four skin damage prevention regimens in nursing home residents with incontinence. J WOCN 2007; 34(2):143-52.
2. Bale S, Tebble N, Jones VJ, Price PE. The benefits of introducing a new skin care protocol in patients cared for in nursing homes. (2004) J Tissue Viability 14(2): 44 – 50.
3. 3M data on file