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Surgical Drapes

Working with the world’s leading veterinary surgeons, AHS has developed several procedure-specific lines of surgical drapes, offering the best in sterile technique.

Different Drape Material Yields Different Results

Have you noticed that different drape materials perform differently? For example, some repel fluids; others absorb. At AHS, we have combined various performance attributes of non-wovens into a single drape to derive a desired outcome (such as fluid control).

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Specialty Drapes

Doing specialty surgery with old draping techniques?

If so, you’re asking for challenges – including complications such as infection – to the best surgical outcome. Isolating the surgical site and covering the non-sterile pet patient is drastically more difficult than draping significantly larger, and more uniformly sized, human patients. We at AHS have designed specialty orthopedic, soft tissue and even minor procedure drapes and systems to simplify and yet improve your technique. Check out our pet-specific draping solutions below.

10-100 TPLO/Extremity Drape Airtight* (Pictured above)

Check out the 10-100 Extremity Drape application!!

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Soft Tissue Drapes

Still cutting a hole in drape from a roll?

The Soft Tissue drape by AHS is the first of it’s kind veterinary surgical drape to use adhesive to seal the non-sterile patient below on often bloody gut cases. Using the current ‘cut-your-own-hole’ thinking as nearly every veterinary surgeon was trained to do, our Soft Tissue drapes have a covered adhesive panel to cut. Better than a hole, when applied to the patient, the adhesive provides the airtight seal.

How to create an Airtight Surgical Site for Soft Tissue, any size
Cut your own fenestration (any shape)
Remove Release Liner to expose adhesive
Apply adhesive to prepped patient
Press adhesive to seal to patient’s skin
Fluid Barrier Is Critical For Infection Prevention
Establishing a fluid barrier between the non-sterile patient and the surgical site is probably the most-controllable aspect of good technique. But if you’re using an old, worn out cotton drape for spays and neuters, you’re flirting with (infection) disaster! No barrier in your drape is a wide open conduit for microorganisms such as bacteria and fungi to contaminate your surgical site, even a routine spay or neuter. Imagine if your techs weren’t spending so much time and money reprocessing drapes! Our Sterile Field Spay Neuter Drapes are delivered sterile, in a peel pouch, and offer an adhesive panel though which you can cut your own hole (any size/shape) and seal that non-sterile patient below. All for less than $3 per sterile drape.

Spay / Neuter & General Use Drapes

Are you still using cotton spay/neuter drapes?

For less than $2 per procedure, you can have 100% confidence in sterility by using AHS single/sterile spay neuter drapes. These drapes seal to the patient like our Soft Tissue drapes. Offered in VetSx material or clear poly film, you’ll love our spay/neuter drapes!





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Four-Corner and Drape Packs

Multiple Sizes, with and without tape

AHS offers a variety of sizes of four-corner drapes in sterile packaging. Some are just the four-corner drapes; some include a patient drape as well for a complete basic drape pack. Our 1″ tape strips have been most popular for adhering to often oily skin after prep.

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