Give your patients protection they can see.
Whether you need waterproof bandages for stitches, treating cuts and scrapes, or for any other purpose, DrySee provides superior protection against water – and the unique moisture indicator lets you and your patients know if the dressing has been compromised and requires replacement.
Waterproof Clear Film
Thanks to the clear film and unique Perimeter Protection Indicator, patients can avoid getting water in their bandage and on their wound while showering and bathing, and quickly change the bandage if it becomes compromised.
Non-Adherent Liquid Bandage
DrySee bandages use a sterile, non-adhering cotton center pad that provides absorption for low exudate wounds and is built with liquid indicating technology.
The center pad will change color upon saturation. When wound exudate saturates the pad, it will turn from a light blue to a darker blue, signaling that it is time to replace the bandage.
An additional layer of protection is offered by the Perimeter Protection Indicator. This perimeter band of liquid indicating material surrounds the outer edges of the bandage and provides a visual moisture alert. It absorbs any liquid that may enter from around the edges of the bandage and changes color prior to that moisture reaching the wound site. Color change is an alert to change the bandage.
DrySee’s liquid indicating technology provides a visual moisture alert so doctors and patients alike, can tell if the bandage has been compromised from the exterior or the center pad has become saturated, and remove and replace it accordingly.
For long-lasting protection and to ensure that patients with latex allergies can use DrySee waterproof bandages for stitches and wounds, this dressing is built with a non-latex adhesive. Combined with the waterproof clear film, this adhesive provides long-lasting wound protection.
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Stop bleeding before application of the waterproof bandage.
Skin must be dry and free of all lotions and oils for proper adhesion.
Do not stretch the bandage during application.
Not for use on infected wounds, except under the supervision of a healthcare professional.
Instructions for Use
Wash and dry hands before tending to the wound site.
Clean and prepare site per internal protocol.
Excess hair should be clipped or shaved to increase adhesion.
Allow cleaning or prep fluids to dry completely before applying bandage.
Skin should be dry and free of all lotions and oils.
Follow application instructions to apply waterproof adhesive bandage.
Wash and dry hands before applying the dressing.
Gloves are recommended for application.
Open the package and remove the sterile dressing.
Peel and remove the back-paper liner(s).
Position the dressing over the wound. Make sure the absorbent pad fully covers the wound.
Press gently to adhere to the skin.
Remove the paper-frame from the dressing while pressing down on all sides to prevent wrinkles and ensuring firm attachment to the skin.
Be sure to monitor the wound site as needed per internal protocol. The waterproof bandage is designed to last up to 4 days. Be sure to check the bandage for signs of becoming wet or dirty. The built-in liquid intrusion alert system will turn dark blue if the dressing becomes wet or saturated and needs to be changed.
Instruction for Use
Composite dressing sterile pad size 16 sq. in. or less with any size adhesive border each dressing.
Composite dressing sterile pad size more than 16 sq. in. but less than or equal to 48 sq. in. with any size adhesive border each dressing.