VETERINARY SURGICAL GOWNS
Along with the drapes on the patient, the gown in veterinary surgery prevents the surgery team from contaminating the sterile field and patient below. But mainly the gown is a blood barrier for the surgeon. It must stop blood from penetrating but must also – as veterinary surgeries are becoming more complex and lengthy – be comfortable enough to wear for an hour or more in a confined operating room, which may also be warmed by convective air blowing onto the patient to prevent hypothermia.
SMS nonwoven – breathable barrier
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