The Securis™ Stabilization Device was designed to provide patient comfort and minimize skin irritation.
Securis™ Stabilization Device incorporates six design features.
- Reinforced Border
Prevent the dressing from rolling up using a reinforced border design.
- Transparent Film
Support vapor and oxygen exchange.2
- Insertion Site Window
Allow continuous site observation as recommended by the CDC and Infusion Nursing Standards of Practice.
- Cloth Dressing
Provide a viral barrier while the dressing remains intact without leakage.2
- Luer Window
Allow continuous observation of the Luer nut and the catheter hub connection.
- Perforation 2
Aids in device removal.
The comfort pad is designed to:
- Provide patient comfort and minimize skin irritation1
- Create a barrier between the Luer nut and the patient’s skin1
- Accommodate the majority of peripheral IVs1
Prep the targeted stabilization site with alcohol or per hospital policy to degrease skin. Allow to dry completely.
1 As demonstrated through simulated testing. Results may not be indicative of actual clinical performance. Different test may yield different results. Data on file. (Bard Access Systems, Salt Lake City, UT)
The SECURIS™ IV Stabilization Device
is designed to help meet best practice and industry guidelines, including FDA, INS, and CDC definitions as a catheter securement or stabilization device
According to INS, “several studies have demonstrated that the use of an IV catheter stabilization device may provide a reduction in overall complications and improved dwell times.” 1
The SECURIS™ Stabilization Device is a sterile securement solution designed to reduce the likehood of catheter contamination.
The SECURIS™ Stabilization Device demonstrates greater catheter stabilization, a reduction in total pistoning movement, and requires a greater force to dislodge the IV catheter when compared to tape alone.*
- A sterile securement helps meet best practice and industry guidelines.
- INS recommends the use of a catheter securement device as an alternative to tape.
- CDC recommends the use of a catheter securement device to reduce the risk of infection for IV catheters.
*As demonstrated through simulated testing. Results may not be indicative of actual clinical performance. Different test may yield different results. Data on file. (Bard Access Systems, Salt Lake City, UT)
1 Infusion Nurses Society. (2011). INS Standards of Practice. Journal of Infusion Nursing , S46
2 Adhesive Tape and Intravascular-Catheter-Associated Infections. Donald A. Redelmeier, MD, Nigel J. Livesley, MD / JGIM / 14:373-375, 1999
3 Dislodgement is defined as 0.5” of catheter tip movement.
SECURIS™ Stabilization Device Product Codes
|Kit Option 1||SK00001|
|Kit Option 2||SK00002|
SECURIS™ Stabilization Device Kit Components
|SECURIS Stabilization Device Kit Component||SK00001||SK00002|
|SECURIS Stabilization Device||1||1|
|Alcohol prep pad||1||1|
|Chloroprep FREPP applicator||1|
|ChloraPrep 1.0 mL applicator||1|
|Gauze 2x2 (8 ply)||2||2|
Please refer below to the Instructions for Use (IFUs) for any indications, contraindications, hazards, warnings, and cautions.