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We use it for baths/showers and it works well….no film left behind. We also use over EMLA for kids who don’t like bandaids or tegaderms to keep the cream on…..and it works great.
——————————————- Marcia Stubstad Fargo, ND United States ——————————————-
——————————————- Original Message: Sent: 04-09-2014 09:48 AM From: Mary Lynn Rae Subject: Press and Seal
Hi–we just started using it about 2 months ago for baths/showers. It works much better than Aquaguard and does not leave a film. Staff really like it.
——————————————- Mary Lynn Rae Ann & Robert Lurie Children’s Hospital Chicago, IL United States ——————————————-
——————————————- Original Message: Sent: 04-09-2014 09:39 AM From: Jessica Whitlock Subject: Press and Seal
This message has been cross posted to the following Discussions: Inpatient Staff Hospital Issues and APHON Open Forum . ——————————————- Are other facilities ever using Glad Press and Seal to keep broviac/hickman lines covered? I have heard this practice being used but am concerned about the adhesive left on the line after removed of the press and seal. Curious to know what others have found.
——————————————- Jessica Whitlock Dayton Children’s Hospital United States ——————————————-