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Part Number Description Quantity Associated Numbers IFU
H2O-001 Envision™ Ultrasound Probe Covers & Scanning Pads

Sterile 8.25 x 12.7cm hydrophilic ultrasound pad with adhesive

24 H2O-006 (no wipe)download pdf
H2O-003 Envision™ Ultrasound Probe Covers & Scanning Pads

Sterile 14 x 61cm (5.5" x 24") telescopically folded CIV-Flex™ cover with Envision™

24 H2O-008 (no wipe)download pdf
H2O-004 Envision™ Ultrasound Probe Covers & Scanning Pads

Sterile 14 x 91.5cm (5.5" x 36") telescopically folded CIV-Flex™ cover with Envision™

24 H2O-009 (no wipe)download pdf
H2O-005 Envision™ Ultrasound Probe Covers & Scanning Pads

Sterile 14 x 147cm (5.5" x 58") telescopically folded CIV-Flex™ cover with Envision™ 

24 H2O-010 (no wipe)download pdf
H2O-006 Envision Ultrasound Probe Covers & Scanning Pads
Sterile 8.25 x 12.7cm hydrophilic ultrasound pad with adhesive (no wipe)
24 download pdf
H2O-007 Envision Ultrasound Probe Covers & Scanning Pads
Non-sterile 8.25 x 12.7cm hydrophilic ultrasound pad with adhesive (no wipe)
100 download pdf
H2O-008 Envision Ultrasound Probe Covers & Scanning Pads
Sterile 14 x 61cm (5.5" x 24") telescopically folded CIV-Flex™ cover with Envision™ (no wipe)
24 download pdf
H2O-009 Envision Ultrasound Probe Covers & Scanning Pads
Sterile 14 x 91.5cm (5.5" x 36") telescopically folded CIV-Flex™ cover with Envision™ (no wipe)
24 download pdf
H2O-010 Envision Ultrasound Probe Covers & Scanning Pads
Sterile 14 x 147cm (5.5" x 58") telescopically folded CIV-Flex™ cover with Envision™ (no wipe)
24 download pdf

Resources


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Videos


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  10. Selecting the right medical adhesive tape Challenges facing the medical device designer Maggie G. Tebrake, PhD - Technical Specialist, Medical Specialities, 3M