PowerGlide® Midline Catheter Dressing Change Kit
PowerFGlide Dressing Change Kit
  • Dressing Change Kit designed specifically for the PowerGlide® Midline Catheter.
  • Includes all of the necessary components, in one convenient package.

Features

PowerGlide® Midline Catheter site care and dressing changes should be done in accordance with hospital protocol and may include the following: removal of the existing dressing, cleansing of the catheter-skin junction with appropriate antiseptic solution(s), replacement of the StatLock® stabilization device, and application of a sterile dressing. PowerGlide® Midline Catheter dressings should be changed every 5-7 days or when the dressing is wet or soiled, or per hospital protocol.

Dressing Change Components

Includes all of the necessary components, in one convenient package.

PowerGlide Dressing Change Kit

PowerGlide Midline Catheter

PowerGlide® Midline Catheter

A simple solution for peripheral IV therapy

A Power Injectable midline catheter

Up to 29 days of access with a single catheter

An integrated all-in-one placement device


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Warning:

  • Do not use the STATLOCK® device where loss of adherence could occur, such as with a confused patient or non-adherent skin.
  • Avoid contacting the STATLOCK® device with alcohol or acetone, both can weaken bonding of components and pad adherence.
  • The STATLOCK® device should be monitored and replaced in accordance with facility protocol.

Please consult product labels, IFU, and package inserts for any indications, contraindications, hazards, warnings, cautions, and instructions for use.

Kit Components

PowerGlide® Midline Catheter Dressing Change Kit image
Item #M000001
Alcohol Swab Stick
ChloraPrep Solution 3mL
Mask
Measuring Tape
Gloves
Absorbent Towel
Gauze (4" x 4") 2 each
Dressing
Skin Prep Pad
Adhesive Foam Strips (2)
StatLock® IV Ultra Stabilization Device

Literature

Please refer below to the Instructions for Use (IFUs) for any indications, contraindications, hazards, warnings, and cautions.