BARRIER urology drapes

Impermeable solution for urology surgery

BARRIER® surgical drapes for urology surgery provide efficient infection control. The drape features effective fluid control with collection pouches for a dry working area and rapid application for short procedures.

Main designs for BARRIER urology drapes:

  • Abdominal cystectomy
  • Cystoscopy
  • Percutaneous nephroscopy
  • TUR

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Product sheets for download

Adobe file Nephroscopy drape (170 kB pdf, opens in a new window)
Adobe file TUR set (465 kB pdf, opens in a new window)

Our speciality drapes and sets

Angiography drapes

Brachial, femoral (adult, paediatric, neonatal), hybrid O.R. interventions,...

Cardiovascular drapes

CABG, pacemaker, thoracotomy and valve replacement

ENT drapes

Ear, nasal and oral surgery

General abdominal surgery drapes

Laparoscopy, perineal resection, appendectomy, breast, haemorrhoidectomy,...

Gynaecology drapes

Abdominal gynaecology and hysterectomy, anterior posterior repair, dilation...

Neurosurgery drapes

Anterior posterior cervical disc, burr hole, carpal tunnel release, craniotomy,...

Obstetric drapes

Caesarean section and forceps delivery

Ophthalmic drapes

Cataracts, major eye surgery and squints

Orthopaedic drapes

Bilateral feet and knees, hands, hip replacement, knee arthroscopy and...

Paediatric surgery drapes

Designs and sizes to fit the specific needs of paediatrics 

Plastic surgery drapes

Stretchable, conformable surgical drapes suitable for plastic surgery

Urology drapes

Abdominal cystectomy, cystoscopy, percutaneous nephroscopy, TUR

Laparoscopy drapes

Integrated relevant features for laparoscopic surgery

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Draping instructions BARRIER TUR set

Video and written draping instructions for the BARRIER TUR set.

Cost and risk of microbial contamination

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How to fight infections

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HAI, SSI or HCAI – This is how they differ

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