This calibrated under-buttocks drape folds out into a large sterile surface for delivery allowing measurement of blood loss in a calibrated pouch. The device is important in childbirth to determine when blood loss has passed 500 mL or 1000 mL and is classified as postpartum hemorrhage.
This calibrated under-buttocks drape folds out into a large sterile surface for delivery.
The device allows for blood to be swept into a large calibrated pouch that indicates when the danger points have been reached (500 mL is the official definition for a postpartum hemorrhage).
The obstetric drape comes in sterile packaging and folds out to a 1x1 meter sterile area for a woman to give birth. At the bottom of the sterile area is a pouch that holds more than 2500 mL of fluid, allowing for accurate measurement of postpartum blood loss. The pouch itself also includes a flexible plastic filter to ‘catch’ material that is not liquid.
This version of the obstetric drape starts at 100 mL measurements of postpartum blood loss for extremely accurate measurements for research and other purposes.
Please note that for orders about 10,000 the price of the drapes can be lowered.The dimension of the folded and packaged drape: 12x8x.5 inches.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for an estimate before placing a final order.