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Large and Small sizes available

for patients of all birthweights





is designed to secure umbilical cord catheters
while protecting the catheter insertion site

Reduces Risk of Catheter Migration and Early Discontinuation

with stronger securement of umbilical catheters

Scottoline BS, et al. Pediatrics 2002, 149:638.

Protects the Insertion Site

while allowing airflow for stump desiccation

Easy Repositioning and Removal

of each catheter without the need to remove adhesives

Clear Visualization

of catheter position and insertion side for nurses

Sterile Packaging

to ensure a clean environment at the time of securement

Standardized Method

of securement to save time and simplify the procedure

Soft Medical Grade Silicone

to minimize skin irritation

Complete Adhesive Kit

includes precut skin-friendly adhesives and color labels

Umbilical Catheters are Lifelines for Neonates in the NICU

Umbilical catheters are normally held with tape and adhesives,

which were not designed to secure and protect one of the most important components of neonatal care.

Up To Two Thirds

of umbilical venous catheters (UVCs) migrate after placement


Gupta R, et al. American Journal of Perinatology 2016, 33:600-604.

Dubbink-Verheij GH, et al. Neonatology 2019, 115:205-210.

20% of neonates with UVCs 

develop UVC-related complications, 

95% of which have malpositioned catheters


Mutlu M, et al. The Journal of Maternal-Fetal & Neonatal Medicine 2016, 29(17)2817-2822.

UVC malposition is associated with necrotizing enterocolitis, pericardial effusion, and infections.


Sulemanji M. Neonatology 2017, 111:337-343.

Traen M, et al. Acta Paediatrica 2005, 94:626-633.

CDC.. American Journal of Infection Control 1996, 24:262-293.

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