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3M™ Cavilon™ No Sting Barrier Film 3346E

  • 3M ID 7000002984

Primary barrier against body fluids, for improved continence care that doesn’t require removal

Alcohol-free and non-stinging, comfortable to use even on sore, damaged skin

Safe; will not interfere with the healing process of sore, damaged skin³ ⁴

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  • Primary barrier against body fluids, for improved continence care that doesn’t require removal
  • Alcohol-free and non-stinging, comfortable to use even on sore, damaged skin
  • Safe; will not interfere with the healing process of sore, damaged skin³ ⁴
  • Fast-drying and non-sticky, for ease of use and patient comfort⁵
  • Proven to help protect the skin during IV site care⁶. Chlorhexidine gluconate and povidone iodine compatible⁷
  • Peel-open pouch facilitates aseptic delivery technique (3343 only)
  • Allows adhesives to stick
  • A proven solution with over 80 pieces of evidence supporting its efficacy and cost savings⁸ ⁹

3M™ Cavilon™ No Sting Barrier Film is the original alcohol-free liquid barrier film that dries quickly to form a breathable, transparent coating on the skin.

It is designed to protect intact, damaged or 'at-risk' skin from urine, faeces, other body fluids, medical adhesive related skin injury (MARSI) and friction. It lasts for up to 72 hours¹ ² , and will not sting when applied to broken skin.

Suggested applications
  • Prevention of IAD (incontinence-associated dermatitis)⁸
  • Peristomal/Peritube skin protection⁸
  • Periwound skin protection⁸
  • Medical adhesive-related skin injury (MARSI) prevention around I.V. sites, under dressings, tapes and negative pressure wound therapy (NPWT)⁸
  • Protection from moisture and friction ¹⁰ (intertriginous dermatitis)

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¹ 2010 Grove et al. 3M White Paper. A Comparison of the Durability of Four Barrier Film Products Over a 72 Hour Period on Human Volunteers. ² CLIN-RPT-FINAL-ICH3-US-05-155867 EM-05-012107 Study to Determine the Ability of the Carbon Black Retention Method to Assess the Durability of Film-Forming Agents, Sponsor Final report (2010). ³ Cameron J, Hoffman D, Wilson J, Cherry G. “Comparison of two peri-wound skin protectants in venous leg ulcers: a randomized controlled trial”. J Wound Care, vol. 14, no. 5, 2005, pp. 233-236. ⁴ Rueda Lopez J, et.al. “A comparative study of a barrier product versus zinc oxide for the treatment of incontinent lesions”. Oral presentation at the World Union Wound Healing Society (WUWHS) Meeting in Paris; 2004. ⁵ CLIN-RPT-FINAL-INV-US-05-289804 EM-05-013869 Study to Assess the Durability of Film-Forming Barriers Using the Activated Carbon Retention Method (2016). ⁶ CLIN-SUPPORT-05-863013 NSBF Clinical Evidence Summary Brochure (2022). ⁷ 3M Data on file. ⁸ CLIN-SUPPORT-05-863013 NSBF Clinical Evidence Summary Brochure (2022). ⁹ CLIN-MISC-US-05-333303 Additional Clinical Evidence for NSBF (2017). ¹⁰ CLIN-MISC-US-05-169008 NSBF Friction Study Grove (2011)