Nuprep skin preparation gel is beneficial for use where motion artifacts can affect readings, and when a reduction of skin impedance would enhance a test result.
Nuprep gel is easy and convenient to use. A flip-top cap lets you dispense the gel with one hand, leaving the other free. The flat top lets you stand the tube on its head within easy reach. Nuprep gel has a consistent texture, so it wont blurt when applied. You can dispense precisely the amount you need.
Nuprep does not contain Latex in either the product ingredients or packaging, and was manufactured using latex-free gloves.
Some applications for Nuprep gel:
INTEGRA PART NUMBER: M0093
Water, Aluminum Oxide, 1,2 Propanediol, Sodium Polyacrylate, Methylparaben, Propylparaben, FD&C Blue 1, FD&C Red 40, FD&C Yellow 5.
Nuprep is an abrasive gel and should be used with care not to over-abrade the skin.
Nuprep gel is not recommended for use with current inducing electrodes such as defibrillator or neuro-stimulating equipment. NuPrep gel is to be used topically on intact skin only. This product is not to be used on or near skin sites that are injured, including open wounds, bruised skin, or skin that is weakened because of injury or the medical condition of the patient.
Do not use on patients with a history of skin allergies or sensitivity to cosmetics and lotions. Patients with sensitivity to cosmetics and lotions may experience a greater sensitivity to NuPrep gel than expected. When concerns due to compromised physical conditions or special skin sensitivities arise, the health care professional in counsel with the patient must determine whether this product is to be used for the test being performed. Respond immediately to any patient complaint of burning or itching at the electrode site.
Nuprep is easy to use