Mastisol is a latex free liquid medical adhesive used to secure dressings, tapes, and certain medical devices over an extended period of time.
Use of Mastisol offers the following benefits:
- Reduced likelihood of dressing displacement and device dislodgement.
- Minimized risk of device-related infection by creating a lasting occlusive barrier.
- Improved nurse efficiency with reduced time associated with unplanned dressing changes.
- Versatility to improve the adhesive power of a variety of adhesive tapes, dressings and, devices.
- Compatible with chlorahexidine gluconate (CHG).
- Low risk of adverse reactions and latex-free.
- Improve Patient Outcomes
Use of Mastisol reduces likelihood of dressing displacement and device dislodgement, creating a lasting occlusive barrier that minimises risk of infection. Mastisol is non-water soluble and secures even in moist or moisture-prone areas and is compatible with Chlorahexadine Gluconate.
- Increase Quality
Mastisol promotes compliance with CDC guidelines, reducing workflow disruption. It is clinically-proven to improve the adhesive power of a variety of different adhesive tapes/dressings.
- Reduce Cost
Mastisol can reduce product waste due to fewer unscheduled dressing changes resulting in overall supply cost savings and recovered nursing time.
- Operating Room
Wound Closure Strip Securement, ET Tube Securement, Sterile Field Drapes
- Intensive Care Units
Vascular Access Device Dressing Securement, ET Tube & NG Tube Securement, Fecal Management Bag & Foley Anchor Securement
Vascular Access Device Dressing Securement, Wound Dressing Securement
- Emergency Room
Wound Closure Strip Securement, Wound Dressing Securement, Chest Tube Securement
Vascular Access Device Dressing Securement, Wound Dressing Securement, ET Tube & NG Tube Securement
- Respiratory Therapy
ET Tube & NG Tube Securement
- Vascular Access Team
Vascular Access Device Dressing Securement
- Wound Ostomy
Ostomy Appliance Securement, Wound Dressing Securement, NPWT Drape Securement
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Security comes in four easy steps:
Place an individual vial blister pack on a hard surface with the label facing down. Gently apply pressure to the vial through the blister pack to crush the inner ampule to release Mastisol.
Peel back the lid of the blister pack and remove the vial using aseptic technique.
Turn the vial upside-down to dispense Mastisol onto the skin in a half-inch wide line.
Apply Mastisol to the outside border of where the dressing will be placed, avoiding the area immediately surrounding the catheter insertion site.
Allow Mastisol to dry completely, for approximately 20–30 seconds.
Per facility protocol, apply the dressing to the skin, ensuring edges are in contact with Mastisol.