Endotracheal Tubes, IV, & J Tubes

Skin. It’s a patient’s first defense against bacterial invasion, infection and disease. For the very young and the very old, skin is at its most vulnerable when subjected to repeated IV, endotracheal tube, epidural catheter, and feeding tubes (J Tubes) securment and replacement. Conventional surgical tapes can traumatize skin.

Hy-Tape, on the other hand, is designed to protect the skin during removal and reapplication of these devices. Although no skin prep is required for application, skin must be initially clean & oil free. Hy-Tape will then remain in place in the presence of drainage, perspiration, humidity, and oily skin. It’s thin and flexible, conforms to body contours, and remarkably, it’s just as easily removed from sensitive skin. Hy-Tape is Latex-free, zinc oxide based and non-allergenic. Most importantly, it won’t break down over time, so skin remains intact and healthy.

Endotracheal Tubes, IV, J-Tube Resource Center

White Papers

Our white papers are written to educate and advise on the latest trends, techniques, data, and products available for professionals dealing with wound care, ostomy, neonatal care, plastic surgery, dermatology, long term care, and any field where skin integrity is paramount. Click on an available title to view our entire library.

Securing Wound Dressings:
Making Dressings More Secure, More Effective, & Longer Lasting

Securement Strategies for Difficult to Dress Areas:
Reducing costs, improving outcomes, and preventing moisture-associated skin damage and other complications

Wear Time:
Addressing Factors That Impact Long-Term Dressing Application


Case Studies & Applications


Information Sheets

 

 

Latex Free Zinc Oxide Based Waterproof Secure Adhesion Easy Removal UPF 50+