SMTL Medical Disposable Datacard
|All Wales Contract:||Drapes, theatre|
|Usage Status:||Single use.|
Transparent apertured plastic drape with latex or latex free finger cot. Drape is also provided with or without an adhesive edge strip.
Key areas where used
Method of use
Used to drape patient during TUR (transurethral resection) and TURBT (transurethral resection of the bladder tumour) procedures. During procedures on male patients, the penis (and scrotum) is placed through the adhesive aperture thus isolating it from the anus. The finger cot is surrounded by an adhesive area which is placed around the perineum during rectal palpation.
During procedures conducted on female patients, the aperture is used during palpation of the vagina for procedures such as cystoscopy.
Individually wrapped and folded for optimal draping
- Approximately 60x90cm
|NSV||EDG320||Drape, urological, plastic, sterile, disposable|
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