- The patented STATLOCK® Nasogastric Catheter Stabilization Device is, quite simply, the ideal stabilization device for nasogastric tubes and feeding tubes.
- It features a Tyvek® spine for strength and flexibility, and a “flesh-tone” top layer for cosmetic acceptability.
- The STATLOCK® Nasogastric Catheter Stabilization Device comes in two sizes – adult and pediatric.
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STATLOCK® Nasogastric Stabilization Device
STATLOCK® Stabilization Devices are a more effective alternative to tape in helping improve clinical outcomes, quality of care and economic efficiencies. The STATLOCK® Nasogastric Stabilization Device is ideal stabilization for nasogastric and feeding tubes. Available in adult and pediatric sizes.
Features and Specifications
|Description||Part Number||Size||Quantity||Natural Latex?|
|Nasogastric Stabilization Devices, STATLOCK®, Attached Skin Prep||NG0100||Pediatric||200/case||No|
|Nasogastric Stabilization Devices, STATLOCK®, Attached Skin Prep||NG0120||Adult||200/case||No|
Specifications subject to change without notice.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
First, clean the nose and the NG tube with alcohol, and then apply the skin protectant to both the nose and the tube where the STATLOCK® NG stabilization device will be placed. Once the skin protectant is completely dry, apply the STATLOCK® NG stabilization device to the nose first, by peeling away half of the paper liner and place on the skin, then peel away the remaining half and wrap the STATLOCK® NG stabilization device around the NG tube.
Carefully remove the STATLOCK® NG stabilization device from the nose by dissolving the adhesive with alcohol. Once the STATLOCK® device anchor pad lifts off of the skin, remove the remaining portion from the tube using alcohol in the same manner. Another option is to loosen with alcohol and slide the STATLOCK® NG stabilization device down the NG tube temporarily. You can reapply a new STATLOCK® stabilization device to the nose and tube following the proper application steps. You would then remove the old device from the tube with alcohol.