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  • Product Training

  • Instructions for Use

  • Frequently Asked Questions

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Instructions for Use

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Instructions for Use.

Frequently Asked Questions


  • Is the SecureMove approved by the Food & Drug Administration?
    Yes. The SecureMove is FDA registered and ready for patient use.
  • Does the product have any adhesives?
    No. The product doesn't have any adhesives, and it is comfortable, flexible and non-irritating. It should be placed on clean, dry, intact skin, no lotions and not over any open wounds or ortho injuries.
  • If the patient has to move, can the product move with the patient?
    Yes. The SecureMove is designed for patient transport and mobility.
  • Can the SecureMove be used multiple times?
    The SecureMove is single patient use for up to 30 days. It should not be used on multiple patients or for more than 30 days at a time.
  • What if I have a question during our trial?
    We're happy to hear from you. We have Clinical Support Specialists available, ready to help answer your questions. Please send us an email at or give us a call at 414-395-5714.
  • Is it necessary to remove lines from the SecureMove-TLC to adjust slack?
    No. It is not necessary to remove lines from the device to adjust slack or length.
  • If the patient is in bed and/or taking a rest and the SecureMove is temporarily removed, do the tubes/lines/cords need to be removed from the device?
    No. The tubes/lines/cords do not need to be removed from the SecureMove when temporarily removing the device from the patient's arm.
  • What does TDS stand for when applying the device?
    T = Tight. Check to make sure the SecureMove is tight enough on the patient's arm/skin. D = Dry. Keep the white SecureMove body dry, and dry any tubes/lines/cords that may become wet. S = Slack. Ensure that there is enough slack between the device and the insertion site(s) on the patient by performing a full ROM with your patient, ensuring there is no tension on tubes/lines/cords.
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