- Unique roll format
OPSITE Film - The film is waterproof and aids in the prevention of bacterial contamination. Its high moisture vapor permeability helps prevent the accumulation of perspiration and fluid under the dressing. The acrylic adhesive minimizes the risk of skin damage on removal, especially after long periods of wear.
Adaptable to awkward areas - OPSITE FLEXIFIX has been designed to allow easy application of the film to awkward areas of the body and over dressings and tubes. The film is highly conformable and extensible to increase patient comfort.
Unique roll system - The unique and novel roll format enables rapid and economical use of the OPSITE◊ film to create comfortable, waterproof fixation for dressings.
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Cheryl: a few months ago
Good for covering pain patches to stay on. it's the only recommended breathable bandage for pain patches. It's good for elbow knee scrapes as well as beginning of bedsores so you can keep an eye on the redness without removing bandaid opsite for a few days.. I even cut to size to put on window pane as it doesn't leave old adhesive gel on window. I used it when working as a RN at hospital but it was separate patches. This one you need to cut to size which is not an issue just a pair of scissors. Good price. Thanks for supplying this.
Bryan: more than a year ago
Best tape for herniated ostomy, & I've tried many others! I use 2 pieces of Flexifilm (2" film, each 2" long) to gently tension each skin barrier/ wafer to hold it down on my skin. I then apply an ALP Seal over top. This has doubled the average wear time of each new skin barrier, from 3 or 4 days to about 7, currently. Highly recommended.
Karin: more than a year ago
I have purchased several items from you over the past 3 years and have found the items to be of good quality, reasonable price and good delivery service.
The Opsite is a great covering for small wounds that are hard to heal due to picking or burns. It covers as a skin and lessens the desire to pick at a scab. It is also great for blisters or bed sores that do not have broken skin yet. It can't be used on a wet wound as it won't stick. Also if using on a simi healed wound don't pull it off if you think you'll be removing unhealed tissue and don't use it on top off creamed ares. I do agree that a 4" wide product would be better. Well.ca has been the only pharmacy I've been able to get opsite and I live in Toronto.
Martha: more than a year ago
I use this product to waterproof my dialysis catheter when showering. I am used to using the 4" roll at the hospital, which was easier to use than this 2" roll. I find I have to use more to cover the same area. But this product is so hard to find at drug stores so I was glad to get any at all, but due to the size it doesn't adhere as well as the 4" one.