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3M™ Ioban™ 2 Antimicrobial Incise Drape 6635

  • 3M ID 7000030168
  • UPC 30707387444373

Provides a sterile surface, creating a barrier between the skin and wound edge

Complies with NICE guidance on the use of incise drapes. Ioban is an iodophor impregnated drape with clinical evidence to support its performance.

Compatible with chlorhexidine

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Product Type Incise Drapes
Product Use Incise

Details

Highlights
  • Provides a sterile surface, creating a barrier between the skin and wound edge
  • Complies with NICE guidance on the use of incise drapes. Ioban is an iodophor impregnated drape with clinical evidence to support its performance
  • Compatible with chlorhexidine
  • Provides broad spectrum antimicrobial activity
  • High moisture-vapour transmission rate (MVTR) for breathability ensuring adhesion throughout the procedure
  • Low memory stretch allows limb mobilisation or heavy retraction with reduced tension to the skin
  • Latex-free for patient and healthcare worker safety
  • Polyliner for easy and fast application

Ioban™ 2 Antimicrobial Incise Drape, Incise area: 56cm x 45cm, Overall size: 66cm x 45cm. 10 Drapes/Box, 4 Boxes/Case

Micro-organisms from the patient's skin are the most common cause of surgical site infection (SSI). Ioban 2 antimicrobial incise drapes help to reduce the risk of SSI by immobilising micro-organisms and delivering antimicrobial activity at the skin surface and deeper layers. Ioban 2 antimicrobial incise drapes help to reduce the risk of surgical site infection by immobilising micro-organisms and providing antimicrobial activity at the skin surface and deeper skin layers throughout the procedure.

Suggested applications
  • Incise draping with continuous antimicrobial activity for surgical procedures

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¹ Hesselvig AB, Arpi M, Madsen F, Bjarnsholt T, et al; ICON Study Group. Does an Antimicrobial Incision Drape Prevent Intraoperative Contamination? A Randomized Controlled Trial of 1187 Patients. Clin Orthop Relat Res. 2020;478(5):1007-1015. ² 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. J Arthroplasty 2018, 33:1891-5. ³ Bejko J, Tarzia V, Carrozzini M, et al. Comparison of Efcacy and Cost of Iodine Impregnated Drape vs. Standard Drape in Cardiac Surgery: Study in 5100 Patients. J Cardiovasc Transl Res 2015, 8:431-7. ⁴ Sworn K , Poku E, Thokala P, et al. Efectiveness of iodine-impregnated incise drapes for preventing surgical site infection in patients with clean or clean contaminated wounds: A systematic literature review and cost-consequence analysis. J Perioper Pract 2023:17504589221139603.