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OpSite Incise Drape 5-1/2 x 10 inch is very conformable on awkward operation sites, yet its elastic qualities make it suitable for use where heavy manipulative surgery is involved, for example, in a total hip replacement. Constructed with a transparent, adhesive polyurethane film, Incise Drape allows the skin to breathe to prevnt moisture build-up under the drape.
OpSite Incise Drape is a transparent adhesive film dressing manufactured by Smith & Nephew. OpSite Incise Drape provides a sterile working field, upon which internal organs may be placed without fear of contamination. This OpSite Drape adheres throughout long surgeries, offering a conformable and extensive protective dressing. OpSite Incise adheres right up to the wound edge and is thin but extremely strong. The purpsoe of the Opsite Incise Drape is to provide a sterile working field around the operation site.
Opsite Incise Drape Features & Benefits
- Stays in place even throughout major operations involving prolonged retraction of wound edges.
- The incision site is clearly visible without glare.
- Thin yet extremely strong.
- Maintains a sterile operation site.
- Transparent non-glare surface.
- Adheres right up to wound edge.
- The drape will provide protection from laterally migrating bacteria.
- Tear resistant, yet can be cleanly cut with a scalpel.
- Conformable and elastic.
Opsite Incise Drape Specifications
- Opsite Incise Drape Product Number: 4967.
- Width: 5-1/2 Inch.
- Length: 10 Inch.
- Application: Surgical Drape Dressing.
- Construction: Transparent Film.
- Latex free.
- Manufacturer: Smith & Nephew.
- Brand: OpSite Incise.
- UNSPSC Code: 42311527.
- HCPCS Code: A6259.
Incise Drapes Additional Information
- Schein, M., et al. "The ‘sandwich technique’ in the management of the open abdomen." British Journal of Surgery 73.5 (1986): 369-370.
- Grier-Idris, Carletta. "For use in surgical procedures." U.S. Patent No. 5,197,493. 30 Mar. 1993.
- Webster, Joan, and Abdullah Alghamdi. "Use of plastic adhesive drapes during surgery for preventing surgical site infection." Cochrane Database Syst Rev 1.4 (2013).
- Baker, Dennis L., et al. "Surgical incise drape." U.S. Patent No. 5,979,450. 9 Nov. 1999.
- Comstock, Kristen L., et al. "Surgical incise drape." U.S. Patent No. 5,985,395. 16 Nov. 1999.
- Ward, H. R. G., et al. "Do plastic adhesive drapes prevent post caesarean wound infection?." Journal of hospital infection 47.3 (2001): 230-234.
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Manufacturer Smith & Nephew Sub Brand Opsite
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