Picc Line Dressing Change Kit With Biopatch. Remove your clothing to expose the catheter site. Using a biopatch is policy at my workplace, but it's interesting because our central line dressing kits do not contain them.
The dressing kits contain 2 sets of masks, sterile gloves, chlorahexadine, skin protectant, tape, a 2×2 (which i don't use) and a clear sterile dressing (tegaderm). Statlock® picc/cvc stabilization device dressing change kit, tricot. The white side of biopatch® must face down.
Remove Your Clothing To Expose The Catheter Site.
Tegaderm™ dressing with tape, 4x 6.125; Biopatch is designed to continually release chg over 7 days, providing 360 degree antimicrobial protection to the skin surrounding the catheter insertion site, including the skin beneath the lumen; A peripherally inserted central catheter (picc) is a long, thin tube that goes into your body through a vein in your upper arm.
The white side of biopatch® must face down. Open statlock and biopatch packages into the dressing change kit box. Picc line shower cover waterproof iv & picc line sleeve protetcor for chemotherapy treatment, broken wound elbow reusable picc line covers for upper arm sleeve protector for bath shower.
Biopatch Protective Disk With Chg Instructions For Use.
Medical action industries central line dressing kit with biopatch, sterile, single use central line dressing kit with biopatch. The central line dressings should be changed a minimum of every seven days every 48hr if gauze is used. Place the new biopatch over the area where the catheter enters the skin.
Cleaning and to apply the transparent film biopatch disk. We have to remember to grab the biopatch separately. Picc line dressing kit if available suture removal kit steri strips tegaderm adequate size chloraprep or betadine.
The central line dressings should be changed a minimum. With gloves on, remove the occlusive dressing by pulling up the edges and then pulling the dressing toward the midline. Apply biopatch disk on exit site with blue side up.