Drape for angiography surgery

BARRIER angiography drapes

Impermeable solution for angiography surgery

Procedure-specific BARRIER® surgical drapes for angiography surgery provide efficient infection control. The drape is easy to use and features effective fluid control for a dry working area as well as transparent side panels for instrument visibility.

Main designs of BARRIER angiography drapes:

  • Brachial angiography
  • Femoral angiography, adult, paediatric and neonatal
  • Hybrid O.R. interventions
  • Pacemaker defibrillator insertion

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Product sheets for download

Adobe file Angiography drape (154 kB pdf, opens in a new window)
Adobe file Angiography radialis set (267 kB pdf, opens in a new window)

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