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6651EU IOBAN ANTIMICROBIAL INCISE DRAPE

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  • UPC 00707387444419

Continuous antimicrobial activity: Ioban 2 Antimicrobial Incise Drape provides continuous broad-spectrum antimicrobial activity to help reduce the risk of surgical site contamination.

Immobilizes bacteria: Ioban 2 Antimicrobial Incise Drape immobilizes bacteria on the skin, helping to prevent migration into the surgical incision area.

Conformable adhesion: Ioban 2 Antimicrobial Incise Drape adheres and conforms to the operative site, allowing for limb manipulation during surgery.

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Product Type Incise Drapes
Product Use Incise

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Highlights
  • Continuous antimicrobial activity: Ioban 2 Antimicrobial Incise Drape provides continuous broad-spectrum antimicrobial activity to help reduce the risk of surgical site contamination
  • Immobilizes bacteria: Ioban 2 Antimicrobial Incise Drape immobilizes bacteria on the skin, helping to prevent migration into the surgical incision area
  • Conformable adhesion: Ioban 2 Antimicrobial Incise Drape adheres and conforms to the operative site, allowing for limb manipulation during surgery

3M™ Ioban™ 2 Antimicrobial Incise Drape provides a powerful barrier to help reduce against microbial wound contamination. To help guard against surgical site infections (SSIs), Ioban 2 Antimicrobial Incise Drape creates an optimized wound incision environment through continuous antimicrobial activity, immobilizing bacteria and conformable adhesion that helps the drape stay in place throughout the surgical procedure.

  • Preparing patient for surgery with antimicrobial drape
    Microorganisms on patient’s own skin are a major source of surgical site infections

    Clinicians take great care to create a sterile feld in order to prevent intraoperative contamination from skin bacteria. However, the surgical site is commonly left exposed. Even with optimal skin preparation, total sterilization of the skin is impossible. You need more than a surgical prep to help prevent microbial regrowth or residual microbes from migrating into the wound or incision site.

  • 3M™ Ioban™ Antimicrobial Incise
    40 years of strong clinical evidence

    Ioban 2 Antimicrobial Incise Drape has been extensively researched and has more published peer-reviewed studies than any other antimicrobial incise drape competitor.*

    Ioban 2 Antimicrobial Incise Drape study publications have shown both clinical and economic results across a broad range of evidence ranging from poster presentations to randomized controlled clinical trials and global meta-analysis.

    Ioban 2 Antimicrobial Incise Drape is supported by evidence that met or exceeded the hypotheses across multiple endpoints including microbiological impacts that were associated with infection risk reduction outcomes as well as economic success when used as part of a comprehensive perioperative solution.1,2,3,4

  • Antimicrobial drape prepared for surgical use
    A comprehensive portfolio of antimicrobial incise drapes across surgical specialties

    3M ofers a broad range of Ioban 2 Antimicrobial Incise Drapes in a variety of dimensions to ft your surgical protocol, including general and specialty drapes.

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Resources

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.