The “next generation” Shower Protection Barrier

HydroSeal Applications

  • Peripheral and Central Venous lines
    • Peripheral IV’s, Subclavian & Jugular IV’s, PICC lines, Chemo ports, Hickman catheters, Broviac catheters
  • Surgical Sites
    • Abdominal surgery
      • Post-op incisions, and Ostomy sites
    • Cardiovascular
      • CVP lines
      • Sternotomy sites
    • Orthopedics
      • Knee
      • Hip & Shoulder surgery
      • Back surgery
      • Cast Protection

CDC Guidelines for Catheter Maintenance

Do not submerge the catheter under water. Showering should be permitted if precautions can be taken to reduce the likelihood of introducing organisms into the catheter (e.g., if the catheter and connecting device are protected with an impermeable cover during the shower).

Features Include:

Performance Enhanced Tab System

Easy to visualize site

Cost Effective

Patient Satisfaction and Comfort

Made in the USA

Sizes:    Part #:
5×5 — HS5x5
7×7 — HS7x7
9×9 — HS9x9
10×12 — HS10x12
12×14 — HS12x14
7×22 — HS7x22

Directions for Use:


  • Discontinue use if patient has an adverse reaction to or irritation from the product.
  • Do not remove and reposition adhesive once applied to skin.
  • Routinely inspect HydroSeal during showering.
  • Discard if packaging is opened or damaged.
  • Single Use Only.
  • Dispose of accordingly after use.
  • Latex-Free.

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HydroSeal – Description

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HydroSeal – Directions

6 Thoughts on "HydroSeal"

  • By Ron Frazier - March 3, 2016 at 3:43 am

    IS the hydro seal covered by Medicare?

  • By Diana Hess - December 2, 2017 at 2:24 pm

    My sister-in-law has used your hydroSeals and loves them, but she is having difficulty finding a supplier in her area. She lives near Frankfort, IN. Please help us.

    • By 2gmedicalww - December 3, 2017 at 3:19 pm

      There are two ways she can acquire HydroSeal. On our website, http://www.2gmed.com, Click on “Shop” and follow the prompts.
      Or she can go to Amazon and search for HydroSeal Shower Barriers.

  • By Lisa Call - April 12, 2018 at 6:36 am

    I recently got shower shields n soaked my catheter. Been trying find something go over my catheter in shower. My catheter goes from neck to top of my breast.

  • By Mary - March 10, 2020 at 3:10 am

    What kind of adhesive does this product use? Is there any tegaderm?

    • By 2G Medical - April 15, 2020 at 6:00 pm

      Hello Mary, we use acrylic adhesive. HydroSeal protects the insertion site which includes tegaderm by providing a waterproof seal during showering or spongebath. Hope this helps, and apologies for the delay in responding!

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