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Skin-Prep Protective Wipe, Individual Packet, Smith & Nephew 420400 - Box of 50
Skin-Prep Protective Wipe, Individual Packet, Box of 50


 
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Description
 
Item #42044900
Manufacturer #420400
BrandSkin-Prep
ManufacturerSmith & Nephew
Active IngredientPurified Water, Diglycol, Glycerin
ApplicationPrep Wipe
Dispensing MethodIndividual Packet
HCPCSA6250 (Disclaimer)
UNSPSC Code42141503

Features


Skip-Prep Protective Wipes are a liquid film-forming dressing that, upon application to intact skin, forms a protective film to help reduce friction during removal of tapes and films.


  • Skin-Prep can also be used to prepare skin attachment sites for drainage tubes, external catheters, surrounding ostomy sites and adhesive dressings
  • Helps tape and film adhesion
  • Fast and easy to use, only one coat is required, so less product is used per application
  • Removes easily using skin cleanser or soap and water, so unsanitary residue isn’t left in or around the wound area
  • Applies easily, even on awkward areas such as elbows, knees, and heels
  • Labels may vary due to manufacturers changes
  • One box of of 50 individual packets

Average Rating: Average Rating: 4.5 of 5 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 3 Write a review »

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3 of 5 April 17, 2018
Reviewer: Nancy Chang from San Ramon, CA United States  


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5 of 5 skin-prep June 7, 2017
Reviewer: Barbara Jackson from Marion, IN United States  
Prep does what it says it will do

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5 of 5 excellent service December 10, 2015
Reviewer: Jessica Bond from washington, IN United States  
Fast shipping and no complains

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