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As general surgery procedures vary so much the general surgery drapes and kits used need to be adaptable and cater for the challenges likely to be met, For instance:

1) Heavy retraction during complex abdominal procedures and procedures that might require a considerable amount of time,
2) Large volumes of irrigation fluids and blood.

Surgeine Healthcare manufactures and supplies a complete line of surgical drapes and kits to be used in these complex surgical procedures. Our general surgery drapes and kits provide a balance of the properties your taxing work demands:

  • Flame resistance,
    Barrier protection,
    Abrasion and lint resistance.

Benefits of using general surgery drapes and kits:

Impervious to Strikethrough

Why is a drape that is impervious to liquid strikethrough vital? Well, a drape that facilitates fluid transfer, and thus bacteria transfer, jeopardizes the sterile field, which significantly increases the risk of wound infection.

Fluid control features

Surgical drapes from Surgeine Healthcare effectively contain and control fluid. Not only does this keep the patient dry, but it also reduces exposure to infectious body fluids. Additionally, most general surgery drapes from Surgeine have fluid collection pouches.

Unique comfort and strength

Ideally, the material used to make general surgery drapes and kits is strong enough to withstand even the most strenuous of procedures. Furthermore, you don’t have to constantly worry about accidentally placing other heavy surgical instruments on them. What’s even more interesting is that they are pliable and soft for both staff and patient.

The Absorbent impervious fabric is:

Non-woven, and laminated to a plastic film
Impervious and absorbent throughout the entire drape
Prevents fluid from running off the drape surface
Unique fluid control features


Our general surgery drapes are specially designed and contain iodophor which is slowly and consistently injected onto the skin surface giving controlled and consistent antimicrobial activity throughout the surgical procedure.

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