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It is very important for the Doctors, Patients and Health Care Workers to the wear the right surgical attire to maintain hygiene and avoid infections and contamination. The use of Surgical Drapes designed exclusively for the specific Surgical Procedures is gaining importance in today’s medical world. The Surgical Drapes should have the right balance of properties. They have to be fluid resistant, flame resistant, abrasion and lint resistant Orthopedic Drapes: These Drapes are designed exclusively to meet the requirements of Orthopaedic procedures. The Fabric used is non-absorbent and has pouches for fluid collection. It has tube holders and fits around the patient’s body. C-Section and Obstetrics drapes: The exceptional Obstetric drapes offer fluid collection and drainage for gynecological and C-Section procedures with easy cleaning and disposal. These drapes reduce the contact of the patient and health care workers with the body fluids and blood.

Cardiovascular Drapes:

The Cardiovascular Drapes provide a wide range of features to meet the requirements of cardiovascular surgeries. These drapes clear anesthesia screens and are secured to the patient.

General Procedure Drapes:

From endoscopic and laparotomy drapes to chest, breast, and thyroid drapes, there are many surgical drapes that give maximum flexibility. These drapes have useful features like instrument pads, fabric reinforcement and arm board covers.

Urology Drapes:

Urology Drapes give the protection required to stand up to the specific needs of urologic procedures. The fabric is tearing resistant, strikethrough and abrasion resistant, and gives attachment for tubes. The Urology drapes are non absorbent fabric reinforcement and are flame resistant for lasers and electrical instruments. Eye, Head & Neck, and

Neuro Drapes:

Today’s flexible draping systems offer enhanced fluid control and patient comfort in neuro, opthal and other neck and head surgeries. These drapes have exclusive fluid collection pouch which helps in reducing exposure to fluids during intensive procedures.

Femoral Angiography Drapes:

In high-fluid procedures performed in Cath labs effective fluid management is very important for protection staff and the patient. Femoral angiography drapes have fluid resistant, extra-long drapes.

Universal Drapes:

These drapes can be used for a wide range of surgical procedures. These drapes can be simple drape sheets to Bar Drapes and provided with a window for minor-procedure drapes.

Central Venous Drapes:

These Drapes cover the patient from head to toe with line placements in the jugular and brachial areas and are non absorbant.

Along with these the medical professionals are advised to wear the right mask, surgical caps boots and glasses to avoid viral and bacterial infections.

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