Igloo® Wound Irrigation Shields

Bionix Igloo® Wound Irrigation helps healthcare providers protect staff by preventing backsplash of blood-borne pathogens during high volume irrigation of non-complex wounds.

Problem: Simple wounds can become complex problems if harmful bacteria and necrotic tissue are not removed. Wound Irrigation can also put health care workers at risk for cross-contamination of blood-borne pathogens from backsplash.

Solution: Igloo® Wound Irrigation System utilizes the Igloo® Irrigation Shield on a high-volume trigger, which conveniently attaches a variety of saline bottles, allowing you to irrigate at 4-15 psi without having to stop and refill every 60cc’s.

Result: Continuous high volume wound irrigation that effectively removes bacteria and necrotic tissues, while preventing backsplash and promoting healing.


Features & Benefits

Dual exit portals safely direct effluent removal away from the wound without backsplash.

Easily attaches to standard saline bottle.

Each unit is sterile and individually wrapped in an easy-to-open pouch.


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Instructions for Use

Frequently Asked Questions

What level of PSI is created by the Igloo® Wound Irrigation System?

Spray head quickly delivers continuous, high volume irrigation between 4 – 15psi without having to refill a syringe.

Are Igloo® Wound Irrigation Shields sterile?

Yes, they come individually packaged in a chevron pouch.

What are the product numbers?

5100 – 10 Igloo® Wound Irrigation Systems (sterile)
5250 – 25 Igloo® Wound Irrigation Shields (sterile)
5500 – 50 Igloo® Wound Irrigation Shields (sterile)

What delivery devices can be used with the Igloo® Wound Irrigation Shield?

The Igloo® Wound Irrigation Shield was designed for use with the Igloo® Sprayer which is included in the system. The Igloo® Wound Irrigation Shield will also function on any standard luer lock syringe and also on a variety of other irrigation delivery devices that contain a male luer lock fitting.

Is there a CPT code for wound irrigation?

Potential reimbursement under CPT codes 12031- 12057 for intermediate wound repair or 13100 – 13160 for complex wound repair.