The surgical cap is designed to prevent the operator's hair from falling into the operating room during the operation and polluting the sterile environment of the operating room. Most of the existing surgical caps are disposable surgical caps, which are mostly made of non-woven fabric. When the cap is put on, the folded surgical cap should be unfolded first, and then the brim of the cap needs to cover the front and back hairline and the upper part of the ears on both sides to prevent hair from leaking.
Surgical caps are mainly used in hospital operating rooms, cosmetology, pharmacy, factory laboratories and other specific places. At the same time, they are also frequently used in patients after continuous practice. During some eyes, nose, mouth, ear, maxillofacial and neck surgery, the surgical cap is worn on the patient's head, which can cover all the patient's hair and fix it firmly, fully reveal the surgical field of vision, and can effectively prevent the hair from reaching the surgical site to contaminate the incision and affect the surgical operation.
Most surgical caps are disposable products. The material is non-woven fabric, which has the characteristics of light, soft, waterproof, breathable, non-toxic, non-irritating, antibacterial, and environmental protection. And the material is dense, dustproof, antibacterial, vomit and blood are not easy to penetrate. It is cheap, safe, hygienic and easy to use.
Color of surgical cap:
Traditional disposable surgical caps are mostly light blue, dark blue, green, purple, etc. Some hospitals use the color of the surgical cap to distinguish the management of different personnel, so that the color is bright and eye-catching, and the identification is clear at a glance.
The disposable medical supplies in the operating room should be managed and collected by special personnel. When receiving disposable products, the quality should be checked, and the product should be strictly inspected for sanitation license, inspection certificate, production date, product identification and disinfection validity period, etc.; unqualified products are not allowed to be put into clinical use.