The disposable eye drape is composed of a main drape, a liquid-absorbent cloth sheet, a spun-bonded non-woven fabric, a surgical membrane, and a liquid collection pouch. The main drape is composed of SMS non-woven fabric, which is coated with PE cast film coating; the SMS non-woven fabric is adhered and fixed with a liquid-absorbent cloth sheet for absorbing body fluids and medical fluids, and one side of the liquid-absorbent cloth sheet with spunbond non-woven fabric, it is used to avoid the rolling and sliding of surgical instruments. A surgical membrane and a liquid collection pouch are adhered to the middle of the front of the main drape. The central part of the liquid collection pouch has a through hole. The surgical membrane covers the through hole and has an oval surgical hole. The back of the main drape is coated with medical adhesive, the medical adhesive has a release film, and the release film covers the hole. The liquid collection pouch includes the left liquid collection pouch, the right liquid collection pouch, and a central connection part, and the through hole is in the middle on the connecting part, the left liquid collecting pouch and the right liquid collecting pouch are on both sides of the through hole. It sets left and right liquid collection pouch on both sides of the operation hole to collect the liquid generated during the operation to prevent leakage and contamination of the operating room.

The ophthalmic surgical drape can quickly absorb the liquid in the operation area such as the dirt and flushing fluid generated during the operation without remaining in the surgical site, keep the clean and sterile state around the incision, and facilitate the disposal of dirt. The main drape combines the two materials of PE cast film and SMS non-woven fabric, which has the properties of water repellent, alcohol repellent and blood repellent, reduces the cotton fiber and dust particles caused by cotton fabrics, and maintains the comfort and applicability of cotton fabrics. Meanwhile, it can absorb body fluids or medical fluids in time, minimize the risk of hospital infection, and provide safe surgical guarantee for operations.