Bard StatLock PICC Plus Stabilization Device
Bard StatLock PICC Plus Stabilization Device

Bard StatLock PICC Plus Stabilization Device

Brand/Manufacturer: BARD INC
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  • FSA Approved
  • Latex Free

Item VPPBFP, PIC0220 is backorder and will be available to purchase once it is back in stock.

Bard StatLock PICC Plus Stabilization Device features a "post and door" design to house the suture wings of virtually all peripherally inserted central catheters (PICCs). It is specifically designed to stabilize PICC catheters, thereby improving patient comfort and safety while reducing potential complications. Combining the latest in design and engineering technology, it releasably secures most winged catheters.

Statlock PICC Plus Stabilization Device Highlights:

  • Sterile 
  • Latex-Free
  • Offers greater versatility
  • Ease of use

Item #DescPkgRewardPrice 
VPPCSP Sliding Posts, Foam Anchor Pad Each $0.40
$19.99
$13.49
VPPCSP Sliding Posts, Foam Anchor Pad 50/Pack $16.20
$699.99
$539.99
VPPDFP Fixed Posts, Foam Anchor Pad Each $0.40
$19.99
$13.49
VPPDFP Fixed Posts, Foam Anchor Pad 50/Pack $16.50
$649.99
$549.99
VPPBSP Butterfly Sliding Posts, Foam Anchor Pad Each $0.39
$19.99
$12.99
VPPBSP Butterfly Sliding Posts, Foam Anchor Pad 50/Pack $15.90
$725.95
$529.99

StatLock PICC Plus Catheter Stabilization Device Features

  • Bard StatLock PICC Plus Catheter Stabilization Device features device retainer and anchor pad
  • Prevents needlestick risk to healthcare workers
  • Reduces unscheduled restarts
  • Reduces catheter complications
  • Increases catheter dwell times
  • Offers great versatility and ease of use
  • Lift the transparent "gull-wings," place catheter wings over the posts, and close
  • Anchor pad available in breathable, non-absorbent tricot polyester or closed cell foam
  • Size: Adult

More On StatLock PICC Plus Stabilization Device

StatLock Stabilization Device Retainer:
  • Secures catheter in place
  • Accomodates a wide variety of catheters

StatLock Stabilization Device Anchor Pad:
  • Faster and easier than suture 
  • Allows for visibility of insertion site
  • Breathable latex-free tricot fabric provides added catheter security and patient comfort
Contraindications:
  • For patients with known tape or adhesive allergies
  • Alcohol and acetone may weaken the adhesive bond between the StatLock device pad and the skin

Application Technique
  • Prep:
    - Cleanse around catheter insertion and outlined stabilization site with chlorhexidine solution, alcohol or as recommended by your healthcare provider. Extend to both sides to an area larger than where the anchor pad will be placed. Allow to dry completely. 
    - Apply provided skin protectant to stabilization site. Extend to both sides to an area larger than where the anchor pad will be placed. Allow to dry completely (10 to 15 seconds) until the site is smooth to the touch. Skin protectant helps to further enhance the adherence and holding power of the anchor pad to your skin. 
  • Press:
    - Align the StatLock device anchor pad so blue directional arrows point toward catheter insertion site. 
    - Sliding Posts (if the posts on the StatLock device retainer slide back and forth) Place catheter wing hole over first post, then slide stabilization device to capture second post. Fixed Posts (if the posts on the StatLock device retainer do not slide back and forth or do not move from side to side) Place catheter wing holes over fixed posts. 
    - Support undersurface of anchor pad and catheter while closing retainer doors. This prevents from pushing down on skin. 
  • Peel an Place:
    - Hold the StatLock device securely as you peel away paper backing from anchor pad, one side at a time, then place on skin
    - Apply transparent dressing as instructed by your healthcare provider.
    - Apply both provided dressing change labels.

Removal Technique:
  • Dissolve Apply alcohol on top of the plastic doors and edges/corners of the transparent dressing. Remove transparent dressing using stretch technique. With one edge on each side loosened, stretch in each direction by pulling the dressing horizontally across catheter to remove. Always start at the distal edge of dressing and work toward catheter to limit movement. 
  •  Lift edge of anchor pad by stacking 3 to 4 alcohol pads together, squeezing alcohol onto skin and the undersurface of anchor pad. Then continue to stroke undersurface of pad with alcohol to dissolve anchor pad away from skin. Be sure to work underneath the pad and again squeeze the alcohol for easy removal. Pad should lift from skin. Fold adhesive anchor pad under itself and repeat on opposite side. 

  • Disengage:
    - Stabilize catheter while holding the StatLock device. Use thumb of opposite hand to gently lift retainer door from behind while pressing down with index finger as shown. Reposition hands and repeat process to open second retainer door.
    - Note: It is best to grasp the plastic doors from the bottom edge. Carefully remove PICC from retainer. 
    - Temporarily secure line by holding catheter with sterile gloved finger or sterile adhesive foam strip per healthcare providers recommendations.
Warning and Precautions:
  • The StatLock PICC Plus Stabilization Device should be monitored daily and replaced if the pad is lifting (at least every 7 days)
  • The catheter insertion site should be treated per healthcare providers recommendations

Customer Reviews

Questions & Answers


 
 
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how often should the device be changed?
Jean Baker, RN - 10/26/2016 4:54:20 PM
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The StatLock PICC Plus Stabilization Device should be monitored daily and replaced if the pad is lifting (at least every 7 days). 
The catheter insertion site should be treated per healthcare providers recommendations
Customer care - 10/27/2016 2:38:22 AM
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