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By Surgical Specialty

Drapes grouped according to Surgical Procedure, e.g. Gynaecology, Orthopaedics, Urology.

ENT

A wide variety of flat drapes that provide ideal drape combinations for all ENT surgery.

General/Vascular Surgery

3M offers a variety of general surgery and vascular drapes and accessories to meet surgeon preferences.

Gynaecology

A choice of all-in-one, individual, or drape packs, together with accessories, offering convenient draping solutions.

Head and Neck

Procedures on the ears nose and throat can be difficult to drape and therefore require a versatile but comfortable range. 3M has developed a range of surgical drapes that can overcome the challenges of head and neck surgery.

Neurosurgery

3M drape for craniotomy procedures is specifically designed to help control fluid. The Ioban™ incise area gives excellent adhesion whilst helping to reduce the risk of surgical site infections.

Obstetrics

3M surgical drapes for obstetric procedures are designed to meet your highest expectations for infection control, fluid control and rapid draping.

Ophthalmics

At 3M Health Care we know that your surgical needs are uniquely suited to your particular procedures. That is why we have created a comprehensive range of ophthalmic drapes to satisfy your needs.

Orthopaedics

3M has an easily applied, easily removed surgical drape for virtually any orthopaedic procedure. These fluid-control drapes reduce the risk of exposure to blood and other body fluids and help to provide a clean, dry procedure.

Short Stay Drapes

3M has developed a range of cost effective drapes suitable for use on short stay procedures, including the basket of 25 procedures identified by the Department of Health for Day Surgery.

Thoracic/Cardiology

A range of drapes designed specifically for cardiothoracic and catheterisation procedures.

Urology

3M™ Steri-Drape™ Surgical Drapes play a significant part in reducing the risk of exposure to blood and body fluids which are especially prevalent in urological procedures.

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