During the caesarean section operation, a large amount of amniotic fluid, meconium, blood, body fluids often soak and contaminate the cloth sheets around the surgical incision, the clothes of the operating staff, the operating table and the floor of the operating room, which has a great impact on the cleanliness of the operating room. It is not conducive to the self-protection of medical staff and increases the chance of wound infection and cross-infection. In order to prevent pollution in the operating room and reduce the occurrence of nosocomial infections, the operating room uses disposable non woven medical surgical pack. The specific methods of use are as follows:

1. Medical staff open the outer package of the disposable non-woven sterile surgical pack, place it on the surgical instrument cart, use sterile holding forceps to open the inner non-woven wrap and place it into a sterile surgical instrument table.

2. Lay the disposable surgical mattresses sheet on the operating bed to prevent amniotic fluid, blood, body fluid from soaking the cotton pad, mattress, etc.

3. After routine skin disinfection, the puerpera were put on the incision treatment towel and the middle sheet in the aseptic package in order.

4. Finally, align the hole attached with the surgical film towel in the middle of the large hole towel with the surgical incision, take off the tape sealing paper, and stick it on the surgical site tightly and smoothly. Open the upper and lower parts of the large hole towel to cover the maternal body, and hang down to the lower edge of the operating bed. Unfold the liquid collection pouch around the hole and stand it up on the operator’s abdomen to prevent the amniotic fluid from splashing on the operator’s clothes or the floor of the operating room. At the same time, the splashed liquid such as amniotic fluid during the operation flows into the liquid collection pouch and is sucked off by the central suction device.

The disposable cesarean section drape pack has a good anti-permeability function for liquids, and has the function of isolating bacteria barrier, which reduces the wound infection during and after the operation, avoids cross-infection between patients and surgical staff, and is convenient and safe to use.