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... I have been using Tegaderm patch covers with PAR gel Fentanyl patches for several years with excellent results. ... (3 replies)
... They are one and the same. Some companies call them bioclusive and tegaderm is the brand name. ... (3 replies)
... I use the Tegaderm dressing covers. ... (3 replies)

... I found the matrix patches far better, but we are all different. Different manufacturers also make the matrix patches, so ask your pharmacist about ordering a different manufacturers brand and you may find better delivery. (3 replies)
... Thank you again for explaining this. I thought so, after reading the sort-of medical description for each; that they both are porous and breath, and I have used them very successfully with the PAR gel reservoir patches for years. My usually helpful KMart pharmacy switched me to the newer silicon matrix patch. They say use a Bioclusive. Those are not available locally. So I... (3 replies)
... Just in case this helps anyone I found that Tegaderm is very cheap on Amazon. ... (5 replies)
... and place the Askina overlay on it. Buying the Tegaderm got too expensive.... ... (5 replies)
... stick with the Tegaderms since they are so user friendly. In the future though if I can't find a good price I will definitely try the Opsite. Good luck with the Bioclusive from Duragesic. When you get them would you let me know how much like Tegaderm's they are and if you like them? ... (64 replies)
... Yeah Bioclusive are probably one of the most expensive ones out there!! ... (23 replies)
... I realised tonite that there may be a problem with Janssen and the Bioclusive patches. When I called Janssen to get the Bioclusive patches I made it clear that the Dr was giving me 100mcg patches. ... (3 replies)
... hey added an extra step in there system. They told me to try medical tape on the edges 1st and if that doesnt work to call them back again and they will send the Bioclusive patches. I told the rep that I know already that medical tape doesnt stick to me well. I have played sports all my life and used many types of this tape. ... (13 replies)
... Have you tried Tegaderm covers? ... (11 replies)
... You can use the Tegaderm covers to cover ANY PATCH whether it be the Mylan, Sandoz, or Duragseic brand. ... (28 replies)
... Johnson bioclusive covers for free. ... (14 replies)
... I have so many unused Tegaderm patches from my use of the Duragesic going to no use at all. And I spent so much for them that I can't bring myself to throw them away. ... (15 replies)
... littlejmb, If you have used the Tegaderm Plus Pads before to cover them then you shouldnt have any problem with the Bioclusive patches, but as Rite says they are bad about pulling the hair off, but its better then having those darn patches falling off everytime you turn around, as yes the Bioclusive patches are always free from Janssen, just tell them your durgesic patch keeps... (23 replies)
Fentanyl patch
Jul 20, 2009
... An adhesive cover similar to Tegaderm except this comes in a roll that you cut off however much you need and apply over the fentanyl patch. This is what I currently use and have used for over a year. ... (8 replies)
... similar to Tegaderm overlay but more expensive. I have never used this but hear it works great, very sticky adhesive, but some people break out due to allergic reaction to adhesive. ... (17 replies)
... You can go to CVS, Walgreens or many other places and get something called Nexcare Tegaderm cover. You simply take one of these, peel the stuff off, and place it directly over your patch. This may, and usually does, work better than using the tape. ... (6 replies)
Oct 4, 2015
... Because fentanyl is transdermal, it takes 18-24 hours to reach a steady blood plasma level when you first put it on. If your skin is dry, it may take a little longer, however, do not use creams or lotions anywhere near where you apply the patch. Once you have been on fentanyl ,changing the patches is simple and provides consistent pain med levels in your blood stream. The... (3 replies)

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