- Skin friendly NeoBond® Hydrocolloid base
- Fold over flap designed to relieve stress on tubes and help prevent dislodgement
- Unique shape allows for protruding umbilical stump
- Flap designed to be opened and closed repeatedly
- Clear flap allows for better visibility
- Not made with natural rubber latex or plasticizer DEHP
Keep tubing and catheters safe and secure with Neotech’s innovative Hold-A-Line. Made with a gentle NeoBond Hydrocolloid base, this product is skin friendly and ideal for infants with sensitive skin. With its secure fold-over flap, Hold-A-Line keeps tubing in place while relieving pressure on catheters. The unique U-shape means less irritation for protruding umbilical stumps, and the holder can open and close repeatedly. With its clear flap, Hold-A-Line also allows for continued visibility of tubing.
After catheter or tube is in place, clean and dry skin per hospital protocol.
Note: It is important for skin to be as clean and dry as possible. Hold-A-Line will not adhere properly to moist skin or hair. Oils and lotions will also adversely affect adhesion.
DO NOT USE ALCOHOL.
Step 1 Before removing liners, warm Hold-A-Line in hands for 60 seconds. May also be held under radiant or heel warmer for 10 to 15 seconds.
Step 2 Discard white, paper liner, then peel and discard clear, plastic liner from hydrocolloid base.
Step 3 Apply base to skin and hold in place for 60 seconds to ensure proper adhesion.
Step 4 Peel and discard frosted liner and adhere catheter or tube to base.
Step 5 Fold flap over catheter or tube, align with base and press firmly together, enclosing catheter or tube between adhesives.
Step 6 Lift flap as needed to reposition or remove catheter or tube.
Step 1 Replace Hold-A-Line every 5 days or per hospital protocol, whichever is sooner.
Step 2 Lift flap to remove catheter or tube.
Step 3 Saturate Hold-A-Line with water or saline.
Step 4 Slowly peel Hold-A-Line away from skin as you swab with water or saline.
INDICATIONS FOR USE
The Hold-A-Line is intended to anchor and support umbilical catheters and tubing. It is intended for use on pediatric (neonates, infants and children) patients.
CAUTIONS & WARNINGS
Federal law restricts this device to sale by or on the order of a physician.
Hold-A-Line should only be used while the patient is under the continuous, direct supervision of trained healthcare professionals.
Discontinue immediately if skin irritation occurs.
Hold-A-Line will not adhere properly to moist skin or hair. Oils and lotions will adversely affect adhesion.
Do not use alcohol to clean skin prior to application.
Single patient use only.