SMTL Medical Disposable Datacard
|All Wales Contract:||Drapes, theatre|
|Usage Status:||Single use.|
Large fabric drape (which may incorporate a malleable facial bridge) attached to a large plastic transparent drape with incise drape surrounded by an adhesive area. Incise drape is provided with or without aperture.
Key areas where used
Method of use
The incise drape is positioned over the surgical site whilst the transparent drape covers the patient above the head which allows the surgical team to monitor the patient and the anaesthetic equipment. The adhesive incise drape secures the drape to the surgical site. In addition, the facial bridge conforms to the head of the patient which brings the incise drape away from the face. A full fabric body drape isolates the remaining unprepared areas.
Individually wrapped and folded for optimal draping.
- Various sizes
|NSV||ETG0291||Drape, ophthalmology sheet, apertured, sterile, disposable|
|NSV||ETG0292||Drape, ophthalmology sheet, non-apertured, sterile, disposable|
Example productsThe following table lists examples of products known to be acceptable for this product description.
|Brand Name||Product Code||Manufacturer|
|Barrier ophthalmology sheet (apertured)||S1213||J & J|
|Barrier ophthalmology sheet (non-apertured)||S1214||J & J|
Please inform SMTL of any inaccuracies noted or changes requiredin this datacard.
This datacard has been prepared as an aid to contracting forpurchasers in the NHS in Wales, and shouldnot be used as a substitute for literature, instructions or training from the manufacturersof the devices.
Products mentioned in this datacard are for illustration purposes onlyand should not be seen as an endorsement of these products.