How to Use
Before removing needle, the health care practitioner should peel off one of the two release papers from the adhesive portion of the SURESEAL Pressure Dressing.
The puncture/gratt site should be covered with the cellulose sponge portion of the SURESEAL Pressure Dressing, securing the first side of exposed adhesive to the skin next to the site.
The healthcare practitioner should remove the needle while at the some time covering the puncture site with the cellulose sponge portion of the SURESEAL Pressure Dressing. Be caretul not to put too much pressure on the site while the needle is still inserted as this may cause the gratt to be punctured or damaged by the needle.
Once the needle is removed,the healthcare practitioner should immediately apply direct downward digital pressure to the cellulose sponge while removing the second peel-otl release paper. The second adhesive portion of the dressing should be firmly attached to the skin.
All sides surrounding the cellulose sponge should be smoothed down to help ensure complete sealing around puncture site.
The healthcare practitioner should continue to apply steady digital pressure to the sponge tor l-2 the minutes as the sponge fills and expands. The patient should then continue to apply digital pressure tor an additional period of time until the that the bleeding is under control.The patient is not to leave the bandage on tor over 8 hours.