Surgical Drape (blister pack of 1 piece)
Surgical Drape (1 piece)
Surgical Drape (blister pack of 1 piece)
Surgical Drape (1 piece)
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Surgical Drape

StaySafe™ Medical Disposables
A Surgical Drape is a barrier material used to isolate and cover specific areas during a procedure. AdvaCare Pharma is a leading CE/ISO-certified manufacturer of surgical drapes with a reputation for producing reliable and effective medical supplies.





What is a Surgical Drape?

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A Surgical Drape is a sterile sheet that is placed over a patient to maintain a sterile surgical field during an operation. It has an opening to be positioned over the area where the surgery will be performed. Surgical drapes are available in many sizes and configurations for different procedures.

Drapes come in various specialized types, including the universal drape pack, back table cover, mayo stand cover, fenestrated drape, leggings, baby blanket, and ophthalmic drape. These drapes are made from different materials such as PP (polypropylene), PP + PE coated (polypropylene with polyethylene coating), and SMS (spunbond-meltblown-spunbond). Each type and material of the drape is designed to provide specific functionalities and protection during surgical procedures.

AdvaCare Pharma is a trusted medical supplies manufacturer and a global exporter of Surgical Drapes. Our medical disposables are produced in strategically-located facilities spread across China, India, and the USA. Our production factories are compliant with the stringent regulations necessary for CE/ISO certification, and we regularly inspect our facilities to ensure they meet these high standards.

Product Specifications



Universal Drape Pack

Universal Drape Pack is a practical solution for a wide range of medical procedures. It is designed for single use and offers a sterile environment for a variety of procedures.

The universal drape pack contains one adhesive top drape, one adhesive bottom drape, and two adhesive side drapes. These drapes can be used to provide a barrier against contamination and maintain a sterile field during a procedure. The adhesive backings can be easily attached to the patient or surrounding surfaces to ensure effective coverage.

Back Table Cover

Back Table Cover is a puncture-resistant drape made of reinforced fabric that can be used for light to medium-weight trays and surgical instruments. It offers a reduced risk of linting to prevent wound contamination and features a flexible fabric that allows for quick and easy placement on the table.

Mayo Stand Cover

Mayo Stand Cover is used to cover the mayo stand during a surgical procedure. It is constructed of non-sterile, flexible fabric which provides a reliable barrier against spills, splashes, and contamination. It has been specially designed to stay in place during the procedure so that it does not impede the surgical team's movements or access to instruments and supplies on the stand.

Fenestrated Drape

Fenestrated Drape is a sterile drape designed with a hole or "window" (fenestration) to expose the specific incision site during surgical procedures. The fenestration provides a clear and convenient access point for the surgeon while maintaining a sterile surgical field. This helps to minimize the risk of contamination and facilitates efficient surgical procedures.


Leggings are surgical drapes that are designed to provide coverage and protection for the lower extremities during a procedure that requires a sterile environment. The leggings have been manufactured from latex-free materials and are intended for single use, which offers ease of application while also helping to maintain infection control protocols.

Baby Blanket

Baby Blanket is a non-sterile white blanket that has been specially designed for newborns. The non-sterile material offers exceptional durability and softness, providing comfort for the baby during medical procedures or examinations. The blanket is made with high-quality materials to ensure a gentle touch on the baby's delicate skin.

Ophthalmic Drape

Ophthalmic Drape is a surgical drape that has been specifically designed for ophthalmic surgeries. Its unique design incorporates a fenestrated incise film and a pouch, offering significant advantages to the surgical staff during a medical procedure. The fenestrated incise film allows for precise and controlled incisions, and the pouch enhances convenience and efficiency by providing a dedicated space for storing and organizing surgical instruments and supplies.

Cardiovascular Drape

Cardiovascular Drape is a sterile, surgical drape specially designed for use during heart surgery and other cardiovascular procedures, including hybrid surgery. This covering features an opening that allows access to the surgical site, along with pouches or velcro tube holders for the convenience of the surgical team. The flexible material is reinforced in critical areas, which helps maintain a sterile field for the patient and surgical team.

Arthroscopy Drape

Arthroscopy Drape is a sterile surgical drape intended for use during arthroscopic procedures, such as knee, shoulder, or leg surgery. This covering provides a sterile barrier around the joint, allowing the surgeon to access the area while maneuvering specialized instruments during the procedure. Certain designs feature tube and cord organizers and integrated fluid collection bags, for greater convenience to the surgical team.

Orthopedic U Drape

Orthopedic U Drape is a sterile surgical drape used in orthopedic surgeries, particularly lower limb procedures. The covering is shaped like a "U" and intended to be placed around the operative area, which leaves the region exposed for the surgical team while covering the rest of the patient's body. The design features fluid collection pouches and a heavy-duty fabric that is resistant to tearing and abrasions.

Why choose us as your Surgical Drape manufacturer?

AdvaCare Pharma, a leading global supplier, specializes in manufacturing Surgical Drapes and a wide range of medical disposables for surgical use. A comprehensive STED dossier accompanies each of our products, assuring our partners and distributors of consistent adherence to the highest quality standards of our medical supplies.

Leveraging our extensive industry experience, we have established a distribution network spanning 65 markets worldwide. Our business model prioritizes forging strong partnerships with our distributors, and our dedicated team offers unparalleled support throughout the entire process, from supply chain coordination and registration assistance.


What are Surgical Drapes used for?

They're used to create a sterile barrier between the surgical site and the surrounding environment during a procedure.

How are Surgical Drapes used?

Surgical drapes are intended to be placed over the patient's body so that the appropriate openings in lined up for the surgical site, while the rest of the body is covered. The drapes can then be secured in place to maintain their position during the medical procedure.

Are there any storage recommendations for unused Surgical Drapes?

It is recommended to store unused surgical drapes in their original packaging to prevent contamination and maintain their sterility. Unused drapes should be stored in a clean and dry environment, away from direct sunlight and moisture.

How should used Surgical Drapes be discarded?

The used surgical drapes are to be discarded as medical waste in accordance with local regulations and guidelines. They should be carefully removed and placed in designated waste containers.


What materials are Surgical Drapes made from?

Surgical drapes are available in PP, PP + PE coated, and SMS. PP drapes are lightweight, cost-effective, and provide a reliable barrier against fluids. PP + PE coated drapes combine the strength of polypropylene with the fluid resistance of polyethylene. SMS drapes offer excellent barrier properties, fluid resistance, and breathability due to their three-layer construction. Each material has specific advantages that are preferred for different surgical procedures.

Can Surgical Drapes be used for multiple procedures on the same patient?

Surgical drapes are typically designed for single use and are intended to be disposed of after a single procedure in order to minimize the risk of cross-contamination.

Can Surgical Drapes be used in other healthcare settings besides the operating room?

They are also utilized in settings such as minor procedure rooms, outpatient clinics, emergency departments, and other environments in order to reduce the risk of infection during medical procedures.

*Regulatory compliance may vary according to production standard, import requirements and/or manufacturing origin.

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