BARRIER® bariatric surgical drape
Impermeable solution for bariatric surgery

Obesity is a growing healthcare concern with healthcare professionals facing new challenges when it comes to the increasing number of bariatric surgeries.1 Mölnlycke Health Care is leading the way in this field with its BARRIER® bariatric surgical drape. BARRIER bariatric surgical drapes are adapted to maximise time, cost and performance efficiency, from start to finish.

Generous drape and aperture size provide specific design for the demands within bariatric surgery

Advanced impermeable solution for increased infection control and conformability

Two designs depending on surgeon’s preference; for supine or lithotomy position offers flexibility

Integrated tube holders and hooks and loops for optimal cord management

Three dimensional draping and folding design for simple one person draping and aseptic application

The aperture is framed with an adhesive that easily conforms to the patient’s skin to efficiently seal off the incision area. The drapes come with detachable, cone-shaped surgical instrument pouches with dual adhesives and provide cord management for holding equipment. Two designs are available depending on surgeon’s preference; designs for supine or lithotomy position. Both designs include a generous aperture that provides easy access and freedom to work in the incision area.

Optimised features

     
 Advanced adhesive solution  Generous aperture  Hook-and-loop fasteners for cord management
 

Draping instructions


   1. Remove the release paper. Position the drape in the middle of the patient (see pictogram).
   2. Unfold the drape to the lateral sides, first towards yourself.
   3a. Unfold the drape down towards the patient’s legs.
   3b. See foot pictogram for draping lithotomy position. Take the corners and then unfold the drape over the stirrups, same on both sides.
   4. Unfold the upper part of the drape over the anaesthetic frame.
  5. The draping is finalized. Utilize the hooks and loops to facilitate tubes and cords.


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