Equipment Covers

Padded Heavy-Duty Back Table Cover

  • Tough, 5.5 mil padded film designed for use with heavy trays and instruments
  • Lower linting--to reduce risk of wound contamination1
  • Flexible, drapable fabric in a choice of sizes to make setup quick and easy
  • CONTROL* absorbent reinforcement for optimum fluid management
  1. 1Only 1/10th the lint particles compared to Microtek covers.

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  • Tough, 5.5 mil padded film designed for use with heavy trays and instruments
  • Lower linting--to reduce risk of wound contamination1
  • Flexible, drapable fabric in a choice of sizes to make setup quick and easy
  • CONTROL* absorbent reinforcement for optimum fluid management
  1. 1Only 1/10th the lint particles compared to Microtek covers.

Description

Setting Up for Surgery Is Cleaner, Faster and Safer Than Ever

The new Padded Heavy-Duty Back Table Covers from Halyard Health may reduce the need for lining the back table with costly OR towels. Plus, using fewer linen towels means less lint in your OR, which makes it safer for your surgical patients, since lint can contribute to granulomas at the surgical site.1

A Better Choice

Padded Heavy-Duty Back Table Covers are a better choice over the competition.

  • Halyard Health film is over 40% stronger than Microtek covers and more resistant to tears, cuts and holes2,3
  • Our absorbent CONTROL* reinforcement gives you optimum fluid management
  • Our reinforcement contains no cellulose fibers4
  1. 1Janoff K. Foreign Body Reactions Secondary to cellulose lint fibers. American Journal of Surgery, vol: 147, NOS, pp 598-600, 1984
  2. 2Test method ASTM D4272
  3. 3Test method ASTM D5733
  4. 4Per Kimberly-Clark Specification

Specifications

UNSPSC Classification 42295415
Name Padded Heavy-Duty Back Table Cover
Available in Non-Sterile Yes
Type Table Covers
Fabric Description Padded Heavy Duty
Suggested Use Heaviest Instrument procedures; Orthopedic, Neurology, Cardiovascular
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