Sterile, impermeable, self-adhesive, transparent, hypoallergenic polyurethane incision drape. Incision draping enhances asepsis and is recommended whenever the highest standards of sterility must be maintained, the skin surface remains covered throughout surgery, with the incision drape only removed for final skin suturing.
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Maintaining Best Practice in the Operating Theatre written by Sam McMillan VTS (Anesthesia) DipAVN RVN
Click on an image to start a full screen slideshow of the steps.
Wet hands throughly before applying washing agent.
Rub palm to palm.
Right palm over back of left hand and left palm over back of right hand.
Palm to palm fingers interlaced.
Backs of fingers to opposing palms with fingers interlocked.
Wash each thumb by clasping and rotating in the palm of the opposite hand.
Rotational rubbing back and forwards with clasped fingers of right hand in left palm and vice versa.
Rinse hands under running water.
Dry hands thoroughly.