Hypafix Tape- Suitable for Rapid fixation for Wound Dressings

A retention tape is necessary to hold wound dressings in place to minimize the risk of wound infection. These retention tapes are self-adhesive with non-woven polyester fabric backing. They stick on the skin for longer and also effectively secure gauze, catheters, and drainage tubes. Wound Care offers reliable rapid fixation for wound dressing. Hypafix tape is one such retention tape that is versatile and available in four distinct sizes.

What is Hypafix Tape?

Hypafix tape is an adhesive, non-woven fabric layer to quickly fix the dressing in its place. It ideally sticks around joints and gives an enhanced freedom of motion to the patient. Its air and moisture vapor permeability reduces the risk of maceration and makes it ideal for all skin types. Below mentioned are the different sizes this Hypafix tape comes in.

  • Hypafix Tape 2.5cm x 10m Pack Size 1
  • Hypafix Tape 5.0cm x 10m Pack Size 1
  • Hypafix Tape 10cm x 10m Pack Size 1
  • Hypafix Tape 15cm x 10m Pack Size 1

Benefits of Hypafix Tapes

  • Ensures patients comfort by allowing them to move freely
  • Helps in dressing joints
  • Non-allergic
  • Easy to apply and remove
  • Does not leave any sticky residue on the skin
  • Can be cut in any shape

Where to use Hypafix Tape?

  • Use it to secure post-operative wound dressings
  • Use it to retain absorbent pads and gauze
  • Ideal to secure drainage tubes and catheters

Where not to use Hypafix Tape?

  • Do not use when an adhesive border is used with dressing

Precautions to be taken before using Hypafix Tape

  • Ensure that it is not applied under pressure
  • Avoid its usage if you are allergic to acrylic adhesive
  • Should be kept in a cool and dry area to maintain the quality of the adhesive

Youll get a wide range of wound care dressings, surgical tapes,bandages, and retention tapes at Wound Care. Get to know more at the online portal- wound-care

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