Waterproof PICC Line Protectors
Simply put, our products allow you to get wet while the area around your PICC line stays dry!
The New Latex Free DryPro for PICC lines is now available in the United Kingdom and is a great new addition to our range of waterproof cast covers. If you have a PICC (Peripherally inserted central catheter) you know the area around where the PICC is inserted is prone to infection. You will find that using the Latex Free DryPro PICC line cover when showering or swimming helps to keep bacteria and other contaminates away from the vein the PICC is inserted in.
If you’re receiving infusion therapy for antibiotics, chemotherapy, hydration, or TPN (total parenteral nutrition) and have a PICC line, with our product you’ll be able to take a relaxing and refreshing shower or bath.
Size Chart for PICC Line Cover
|PICC Line Cover||Bicep Circumference (cm)||Forearm Circumference (cm)|
|X-Small (PC-11)||15 - 23||13 - 20|
|Small (PC-13)||20 - 28||15 - 23|
|Medium (PC-15)||25 - 33||18 - 25|
|Large (PC-17)||30 - 38||20 - 28|
|X-Large (PC-19)||36 +||23 +|
PICC How it Works
Step 1: Trim if Needed
Stretch the PICC line cover over the good arm first to see how it fits. If the DryPro is too tight, trim along the lines at the appropriate opening. Be careful not to trim too much, make sure a snug, flush fit is maintained around the arm.
Step 2: Slide On
Stretch the cover over the PICC site until completely covered, plus an additional inch on either side. The top and bottom opening should be smooth against the skin. Be carefull of fingernails or sharp objects that could puncture the protector.
Step 3: Pump out all the air
It’s that simple!
Notes: Do not leave the DryPro on for extended periods of time. We recommend removing it after every 45 minutes of use. Do not use in vascular compromised patients