- Designed with continuous broad-spectrum antimicrobial activity in the drape adhesive where it can’t be washed away
- Clinically shown to help reduce the risk of wound contamination and immobilize bacteria on the skin1,2
- Drape and liner feature a full-width handle for control of liner release and drape application
3Mâ„¢ Iobanâ„¢ 2 Antimicrobial Incise Drapes eï¬€ectively help prevent wound contamination.
Evidence shows that applying an antimicrobial incise drape is a critical step in reducing the risk of wound contamination that may be associated with Surgical Site Infection (SSI).3,4
3Mâ„¢ Iobanâ„¢ 2 antimicrobial incise drapes adhere securely to the skin, reducing the risk of drape lift which can lead to an increase in wound contamination. The iodine impregnated adhesive on the drape provides continuous broad spectrum antimicrobial activity all the way to the incision edge and helps reduce the risk of wound contamination. 1. Dewan PA, Van Rij AM, Robinson RG, Skeggs GB, Fergus M. The use of an iodophor impregnated plastic incise drape in abdominal surgery â€“ a controlled clinical trial. 2. French MLV, Eitzen HE, Ritter MA. The plastic surgical adhesive drape: an evaluation of its efficacy as a microbial barrier. 3. Bejko J, Tarsia V, Carrozzini M, et al. Comparison of efficacy and cost of iodine impregnated drape vs. standard drape in cardiac surgery: study in 5100 patients. 4. Rezapoor M, Tan TL, Maltenfort MG, Parvizi J. Incise draping reduces the rate of contamination of the surgical site during hip surgery: a prospective, randomized trial. 5. Alexander JW, Aerni S, Plettner JP. Development of a safe and effective one minue preoperative skin preparation.