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Faster!  Easier!  BETTER!

The new, improved, ZEROWET SUPERSHIELD
never needs to be taken off the syringe!

Our exclusive AIR VENTS allow trapped air to escape, and our ingenious LAMINAR FLOW NOZZLE TIP provides the
high-pressure stream you need for effective irrigation, while encouraging rapid, easy refilling! You've got to try it!

Unique Microvents which allow escape of air, so that the Supershield may be submerged in irrigant reservoir and fljid may be drawn into the syringe through the Supershield. Unique laminar flow nozzle creates ideal stream for optimal irrigation pressure, while allowing fluid to be drawn from the bottom of the reservoir.

If you're old enough, you might remember using needles or IV catheters to provide the optimal pressure required to effectively
irrigate wounds. Of course, the ever-present splash, and the
dreaded needlestick were real problems.

The introduction of the original ZEROWET SPLASHIELD in 1990 completely eliminated both problems. That's why it quickly became standard irrigation equipment in most ED's in the US, and is still recommended by name in many leading emergency medicine texts and articles. (And in case you didn't know, the literature warns us that other methods, such as soaking, or using bulb syringes are low-pressure techniques that are simply not effective!)

And now, the ZEROWET SUPERSHIELD is even better!

And there's more good news---we are offering the new, improved SUPERSHIELD at the same low price as our original product.We made it better, not more expensive!

What about squeezing a plastic bottle, with a hole pierced through the top?

Don't do it!!

Several studies have shown that this technique generates only about 20% of optimal irrigation pressure. Each study advised against using this technique to irrigate wounds!

Click here now to get your samples of the amazing ZEROWET SUPERSHIELD!

The improved Zerowet Supershield, with Micro-Vents and Laminar flow nozzle for faster, optimal wound irrigation and complete protection from splash. Cleans lacerations and wounds of all types in emergency departments and urgent care clinics.

Pictorial demonstrating optimal pressure generated by Zerowet Supershield, but inadequate pressure generated by squeezing a plastic irrigation bottle.