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• Sureprep® No-Sting Skin Protection film is alcohol free and is for damaged or delicate skin.
• Protects from adhesive stripping 1,2
• Safe for delicate skin3
• Outperformed 3M Cavilon in controlled trials4
• Fast drying5
• Vapor permeable
• Creates a waterproof barrier on periwound skin
• Protection from friction and body fluids
• Indications: periwound skin, peristomal skin, damaged skin (Sureprep No-Sting) and incontinence protection and barrier.
• Contraindicated for direct application to wound bed
• Change frequency with every dressing
1. Chakravarthy D, Falconio-West M. A Randomized, Controlled Trial of Two Sting Free Polymeric Skin Barrier Products, One Water Based, the Other Solvent Based. Presented at Clinical Symposium on Advances in Skin and Wound Care. Nashville, TN. 2007.
2. Test data on file (independent lab).
3. 510(k) K051082, WOVE, 2005.
4. Shannon RJ, Chakravarthy D. Effect of a water-based no-sting, protective barrier formulation and a solvent containing similar formulation on skin protection from medical adhesive trauma. Int Wound J. 2009 Feb;6(1):82-8.
5. Data on file.
• Robust, flexible and long-lasting
• Protects from the effects of friction
• Protects from moisture (urine, exudate, sweat, and other bodily fluids) that can cause maceration
• Can be used on intact or damaged skin
• Fast drying and breathable
• Marathon shows greater protective capabilities than 3M® Cavilon® against corrosive fluids(synthetic urine) and wash-off*
• Indications: damaged skin, fragile skin, periwound skin and peristomal skin
• Contraindicated for second or third degree burns, infected areas and directly to the wound bed or to deep puncture wounds.
• Change frequency is up to 3 days, reapply as needed
• 0.5 g ampule *Test data on file (independent tab).
• Sureprep® is a fast drying skin protectant.
• Vapor permeable and delivers protection from friction and incontinence.
• The transparent barrier may be used on periwound, peristomal or areas that come in contact with bodily fluids.
• Frequency of application should be at each dressing change or 24-72 hours depending on frequency of incontinence.