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Transparent Surgical Tape / PE Surgical Tape

Transparent Surgical Tape / PE Surgical Tape

Description
  • Width: 1.25cm, 2.5cm, 5cm, 7.5cm, 10cm etc.
  • Length: 5Y, 10Y, 5m, 10m.
  • Package styles: simple packaged, dispenser packaged, plastic spool packaged etc.
  • Greatcare transparent surgical tape permits skin examination without tape removal. Excellent tape to hold facial dressings or for I.V. sets and tubing retention.
Transparent Surgical Tape, When you think of healthcare supplies, what comes to mind first? A stethoscope to hear a heartbeat. A syringe to give a needed shot. Ahhhhhh, the “open wide” tongue depressor!

PE Surgical Tape

But what about the medical adhesive tape? It may not pop to mind first, but this versatile tool is incredibly important in the medical field. There are many varieties from which to choose and many companies that convert medical adhesive tape for wound care. This article answers some common (and not so common) questions: • What’s the best tape to use on the skin? • What is the medical tape used for? • What types of medical tape are there? • How does a converter make a difference in medical adhesive tape? Grab an otoscope (that device that checks your ears). Let's get into this! Transparent Surgical Tape

Medical Adhesive Tape 101

Medical adhesive tape, or surgical tape, is used to attach bandages, gauze, and other dressings to the skin around wounds. Most adhesive tapes are a type of pressure sensitive tape; i.e., tape that sticks and stays in place with firm pressure. There’s no need for heat activation or a solvent. Medical adhesive tape can be made from various materials, but most are breathable for comfort and ease of use. In the medical field, different types of adhesive tape are used for different things. Some are made of softer materials, such as cotton; others are more elastic to support flexibility. Transparent Surgical Tape Here are some of the most common types of medical adhesive tape and how they differ. Micropore Paper Tape — Commonly used to secure bandages and dressings to skin without leaving a sticky residue, micropore paper tape is hypoallergenic and can be used long-term, without fear of skin irritation. Its adhesive sticks to the skin, underlying tape, or directly to dressing materials. Tiny holes, or micropores, in the tape, make it breathable (speeding up healing), and it’s easy to tear (ideal for emergency situations). Transpore Polyethylene Tape — This hypoallergenic, translucent tape sticks to the patient without sticking to surgical gloves or other surgical tools. It adheres well to wet surfaces — patients who are wet, bleeding, or sweating — so this very strong tape is often used to secure tubing or dressings. Transpore tape is breathable but not flexible; it's made from a non-stretch film.