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  • 3M™ Red Dot™ Monitoring Electrode with 3M™ Micropore™ Tape Backing, 2249-50, 2.4 in (6 cm), 50 per bag
  • 3M™ Red Dot™ Monitoring Electrode with 3M™ Micropore™ Tape Backing, 2249-50, 2.4 in (6 cm), 50 per bag

    3M ID 7000053795
    Discontinued
    • Lift tab for easy removal
    • Adhesive is gentle on skin for minimal irritation
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    Specifications
    Applications
    Intensive
    Backing Material
    Fleece
    Brand
    Red Dot™
    Case Packaging
    50 Electrodes/Bag; 20 Bags or 1000 Electrodes/Case
    Department
    EMS/ER, ICU/CCU, OR
    Electrode Size
    2.4" Diameter
    Electrode Type
    Diaphoretic, Monitoring
    Gel Type
    Solid
    Material
    Micropore Paper Tape
    Model
    2249-50
    Monitoring Event
    Echo-Cardio, Telemetry/Holter/Event
    Occupation
    Physician
    Package Contents
    50 Electrodes/Bulk Bag
    Patient
    Adult
    Product Type
    Electrode
    Product Use
    Diaphoretic, Monitoring
    Radiolucency
    Radiopaque
    Skin Prep Included
    No
    Skin Type
    Fragile, Normal
    Wear Time
    Up to Three Days
    Details
    • Lift tab for easy removal
    • Adhesive is gentle on skin for minimal irritation

    3M™ Red Dot™ Monitoring Electrodes with 3M™ Micropore™ Tape can be used in all ECG monitoring applications, for either short term or up to three days of monitoring. The 3M™ Micropore™ Tape backing is comfortable and low profile to help minimize the catching of medical devices and fabrics.

    How to apply

    Application instructions

    Person cleaning the skin where the electrode will be placed

    Prepare the skin. Application sites must be clean, dry, and free of any body lotions. Cleaning with isopropyl alcohol should be avoided or limited to situations in which electrode adhesion is an issue (exessively oily or lotion covered skin). If alchohol is used, allow it to dry prior to electrode application.

    Person making an X on the skin wtith the abrader

    Excessive hair at the site should be removed by clipping. Gently abrade the skin on the back of some electrode (blue strip or gray disc) or 3M™ Red Dot™ Trace Prep. Make an X on the skin with the abrader. Apply the electrode and then gently rub around the electrode to set the pressure sensitive adhesive.

    Person applying the electrode to the patients shoulder

    Apply the electrode. If using snap connection leadwires, connect the leadwires to the electrodes onto the patient. Avoid pressing on the stud when the electrode is on the patient. After placing the electrode on the patient, round your finger around the front label to activate the pressure sensitive adhesive.

    Removal instructions

    Person removing the electrode

    Remove. In order to remove, loosen one side of the electrode. Grasping the full width of the electrode, slowly and gently pull it back over itself.

    Electrodes should be removed in the direction of hair growth whenever possible. Keep the electrode close to the skin surface as you pull it back, and support the skin immediately adjacent to the adhesive being removed.

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