Saline - 5 mL Vial - Teleflex Medical®
Saline, 5 mL Sterile 0.9% NaCl, Teleflex Medical®, AddiPak®, Unit Dose Vials, Wound Wash, 100 / Box
Home Health Care nurses, Assisted Living Facilities or any care setting looking for a sterile saline solution need look no further than Hudson RCI®, AddiPak® 5 mL Sterile 0.9% NaCl. It’s easy to use, just twist off the top and direct at the required site. Not for use in parenteral applications. A firm squeeze delivers the pressure needed to cleanse a healing wound during dressing changes. Because AddiPak® is a single use, it cannot be recapped and therefore delivers the best practice in patient care. There are no dating and timing issues with AddiPak® 5 mL Sterile 0.9% NaCl. It can be disposed of in the trash or recycled once the procedure is completed. Plus, with AddiPak® there is no need for the ancillary equipment required with large volume containers of saline, saving you time, waste and money. If desired, the AddiPak® vial can be given to the patient to hold while the nurse prepares for a dressing change, allowing a natural warming to body temperature thereby avoiding the risk of slowing down the healing process by using cold saline.
Features & Benefits:
- 5 mL Sterile 0.9% NaCl in a plastic twist-off
- In a plastic easy to use twist-off top vial
- Not for use in parenteral applications
- No burning or stinging
- Single use disposable plastic vial
|Item. #||Mfg #||Manufacturer||Qty|
|SAL-200-59||200-59||Teleflex Medical®||100 / Box|
HCPCS Code: A4216
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