DRAPE, non-woven, high performance, sterile, 75 x 90 cm


Valid Article

Former Code(s): ELINOCBZLB0003 ELINDRSS01G
The product is supplied (and stored) sterile, it must remain sterile until its use. Sterile = state of being free from all living microorganisms.
Single use
A single-use device, also referred to as a disposable device, is intended for use on one patient during a single procedure. It is not intended to be reprocessed (i.e., cleaned and disinfected or sterilized).
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T0201 - Surgical drapes
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OC subscriptions: included in supply or field order tools (e.g. UniField)
SC subscriptions: included in supply or field tools
OC validations: approved for procurement and use by an OC for international or local orders specifying context and activity in Medical Standard Lists (MSL)



A sterile protective covering, or a collection of various different types of sterile drapes, covers and/or towels, made of synthetic materials and designed to isolate a site of surgical incision or a surgical field from contamination in various clinical settings (e.g., in an operating room).


  • Non-woven (polyethylene, polypropylene, etc.)
  • Composed of one absorbent layer and one impervious layer
  • Tear resistant
  • Flexible
  • Sterile, for single use
  • Optional: adhesive drape or additional adhesive tape for fixation

Quality standards

EN 13795-1, 2019, Surgical clothing and drapes - Requirements and test methods - Part 1: Surgical drapes and gowns

Quality Standards Comment

EN 13795 test results (drape high performance)

  • EN 29073-3: Tensile strength - dry and wet: ≥ 20 Newton (amount in force applied to break the strip)
  • EN 13938-1: Burst strength - dry and wet: ≥ 40 kPa strength at burst
  • EN 20811: Resistance to fluid penetration: critical area / less critical area: ≥ 100/10 cm of water pressure on the fabric sample
  • EN ISO 11737: Cleanliness – microbial: ≤ 300 Number of colonies formed / dm²
  • ISO 9073 -10: Cleanliness - particulate matter and Linting: Number of particles 3-25µm as an index for PM expressed as Log10: critical area / less critical area: ≤ 3.5 / ≤ 4.0
  • ISO 22612: Resistance to microbial penetration – dry: ≤ 300 CFU (number of colonies formed after incubation)
  • ISO 22610: Resistance to microbial penetration – wet: for the critical area: ≥ 6.0 Number of colonies formed after incubation, expressed in Barrier Index

Technical specifications

  • single drape for nursing care: ± 45 x 75 cm
  • Caesarean section set
    • table drape: ± 200 x 150 cm
    • drape: ± 300 x 250 cm
    • baby cover: ± 100 x 80 cm
    • absorbent towels
  • orthopaedic set
    • table drape: ± 200 x 150 cm
    • drape with window: ± 300 x 225 cm
    • absorbent towels
  • universal set
    • table drape: ± 200 x 150 cm
    • 2 lateral drapes: ± 100 x 75 cm
    • surgical drape: ± 180 x 150 cm
    • surgical drape: ± 250 x 150 cm
    • absorbent towels
  • Mayo cover: rectangular bag of ± 145 x 80 cm

Packaging & Labelling

  • Single drapes: unit sterile packaging in peel-open pack
  • Sets: double sterile packaging in peel-open pack

Instructions for use

Disposable drapes are intended for situations where sterilization is problematic. It is recommended to keep a small emergency stock in every hospital.

Single use linen is MSF standard for orthopedic surgical procedures.

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