PCS-1011 on a patient

Dressing and Securement

All-in-One

Seven Reasons to Switch

  1. All-in-one: bordered bio-occlusive dressing and catheter securement. Less bulk, less fuss.
  2. U-shaped window: provides a clear view of the insertion site and surrounding skin.
  3. Securement cover: helps to prevent inadvertent catheter motion and dislodgement by nestling around the perimeter and back of the Luer lock. Easily repositionable if access to the Luer is required.
  4. Foam base pad: cushions the load on the skin at the catheter hub/Luer lock junction and aids in keeping the catheter at the optimal angle of insertion.
  5. Solvent-free adhesive: skin-friendly adhesive. Comfortable, stable, and easy to remove.
  6. Luer lock window: allows for visualization of the catheter hub/Luer lock junction. Avoids downward pressure on top of the junction.
  7. Soft, Low profile design: no hard plastic parts to catch on things, bruise skin, or cause discomfort.

Securement

  • Specifically engineered to properly secure the catheter and dress the insertion site
  • Built-in bio-occlusive dressing protects and stabilizes
  • INS recommends “avoiding tape” and using “an engineered stabilization device (ESD) to stabilize and secure” catheters (source)

Ease

  • Easy to use, all-in-one device
  • Replaces tape, gauze, and transparent dressings
  • Securement cover provides access to the catheter hub connection, if needed
  • Helps to reduce the risk of catheter-related complications and unnecessary restarts

Comfort

  • Made with patient comfort in mind
  • Adhesive we use is skin-friendly, yet strong
  • Foam base pad cushions to help prevent pressure injuries
  • Securement cover attaches to the foam base pad, rather than directly onto the patient’s skin
  • Window secures the hub without exerting downward pressure

Design

Most peripheral catheter securement devices do not cushion the catheter hub/Luer lock junction, increasing risk of pressure injury

The Clik-FIX peripheral device cushions the catheter hub/Luer lock junction to reduce the risk of pressure injury

The foam base pad of the Clik-FIX peripheral device not only cushions the catheter hub, but also helps maintain the optimal angle of insertion

US PATENT 10 729 888B2
Starboard Medical™ and Clik-FIX™ are trademarks of Starboard Medical Inc, Irvine, CA.