SAM® Chest Seal’s rigid, raised-dome valve ensures one-way airflow from the chest cavity, no matter the pressure applied. Large side vents minimize internal obstruction from blood clots or soft tissue. Whether in transport or in the presence of heavy body armor, the TRUFLOW™ Valve will continue to vent.
DESIGNED FOR SIMPLICITY & SECURITY
SAM® Chest Seal is engineered to seal, and reseal open chest wounds in the presence of any elements. After simple and quick application, SAM® Chest Seal sticks relentlessly – in extreme heat or cold.
Strong hydrogel adheres in the presence of blood, hair, sweat, and sand, or when submersed in water.
Larger than other occlusive dressing, its oval shape maximizes the surface area of the seal, and its transparency, elasticity and conformability ensure effective adhesion.
6-YEAR SHELF LIFE
Industry-leading shelf life ensures SAM® Chest Seal is always ready when you need it.
DUAL APPLICATION TABS
Tabs facilitate the proper placement and removal of adhesive (dressing), with the ability to vent and reseal.
Rigid, dome-shaped, one-way valve allows airflow from the chest cavity, no matter the patient’s position, preventing ingress and reducing internal obstruction from blood clots or soft tissue. (Does not come with non-valved version.)
THIN EDGE LAYER
The thin edge layer resists lifting or peeling, maintaining a formidable seal.
Minimizes introduction of potentially harmful pathogens during application.
Quickly and easily open SAM® Chest Seal packaging by peeling from tabs or tearing along chevron-marked notches.
Valved 2.0 (CS062013)
Non Valved (CS062011)
With Valve (CS062010)
One or both tabs can be used to facilitate placement, lifting and removal of dressing. Remove dressing using standard dressing removal protocal.
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