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The new HyFin® Vent Chest Seal provides an additional solution to the treatment of penetrating injuries to the chest by providing an occlusive chest dressing with a patented built-in vent that prevents airflow into the chest cavity during inspiration while allowing air to escape through the vent channel during exhalation. The HyFin® Vent Chest Seal is a 6 in. x 6 in. occlusive dressing with built-in vent that provides a superior occlusive chest dressing for those treatment protocols that call for the use of a dressing secured on 3-sides or a vented/valve type chest seal.
It features an enhanced adhesive gel formulation that creates a superior seal, even in the most adverse conditions. The seal has a transparent backing to allow placement directly over the wound and easily conforms to the patients chest. The seal is designed with a large, easily-visible red elliptical tab for single step peel-and-apply application that can also facilitate the burping of a wound if necessary. To ensure high quality performance, NAR packages each chest seal using its signature Red Tip Technology™ red tear notches in a rugged, easy-to-open, foil pouch. The HyFin® Vent Chest Seal is made in America and is 100% latex free.
- Large size (6 in. x 6 in.)
- Patented vent built into the dressing
- U.S. Patent 7,504,549 & Patent(s) Pending
- Advanced adhesive technology
- Over-sized red elliptical tab for single step, easy to use, peel-and-apply application
- Conforms to the casualty's chest
- Effective in extreme environments
- Latex free
- Made in America
Dimensions: 4.625" H x 7.5" W x 0.1" D (packaged)
Dimensions: 6.0" H x 6.0" W x 0.1" D (chest seal)
Weight: 1.37 oz
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Great product, easy opening under stress , straight forward instructions for use, great company
Great product but has an expiration date and has a life duration of 6 years. The one I recieved last week has a production date back to 2016, disappointed with this one. Rescue Essentials Reply: We believe that Luis is looking at the manufacture date, not the expiration date. Current lot was manufactured 11/2016, and bears an expiration date of 01/2022. We received these from the manufacturer on 7/5/2018.