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Prolonged skin contact with adhesive electrodes may contribute to skin irritation or allergies in some users. If you notice any skin irritation remove the adhesive. If symptoms persist longer than 2-3 days after removing the adhesive consult your doctor. Do not apply electrodes over nipples, skin folds, bony protuberances, cuts, lesions, scar tissue or infections. Keep adhesive dry and away from sunlight. 

  • If chaffing or rash occurs, discontinue use of adhesives immediately.  Remove all dirt, oil and locations from skin.
  • Do not wear adhesives if skin is irritated, has cuts, lesions, scar tissue or infections.

 If you've experienced a skin reaction to a particular brand of bandage or medical adhesive, avoid it in the future.

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